Brisbane real estate hot spots buyers are ready to invest into

This week, a report from has shown that the inner west of Brisbane is likely to be some of this Spring/Summer selling seasons’ hottest real estate marketplaces.

Buyer activity in Paddington, Red Hill, Ashgrove and Wilston are all significantly higher than this time last year; 1.4% higher to be exact. chief economist Nerida Conisbee, whose research shows Queensland to be the only state showing a strengthening marketplace.

“Better economic growth conditions appear to be a positive in this market and premium Brisbane suburbs are the beneficiaries,” she said. The strong uptake of demand for Brisbane housing from offshore and interstate buyers is also a factor. Typical Sydney and Melbourne buyers have begun to look north for comparatively better-valued housing. We expect the trend to last over the next 12 months.

Our local area is in demand, and this is the perfect time for an updated valuation. Message us today or call 0403 333 013 to speak with us confidentially. If you’re looking to see other properties we have for sale, please click here to see our current listings.

How to get your garden ready for sale

The beauty of a home has a very vital role to play in home sales. This is because a lot of buyers purchase homes based on their first impressions. In this light, getting your garden ready for sale is of utmost importance. Improving your garden will not necessarily improve the value of your home, nevertheless, it will definitely make your home appealing to a lot of potential buyers which will help you achieve the asking price you have in mind. Before any viewing, always ensure that your garden is looking its best because a lot of buyers take the beauty of the outside space into account when searching for a home.

Outlined below are some tips you can use to make your garden appealing to buyers and ready for sale.

Decorate the Garden

This is probably the most important tip you can use to get your garden ready for sale. You need to make sure the garden looks beautiful. This can be done by choosing bright flowers which are pleasing to the eye, mowing the lawn and adding a wooden bench or two. This will give your garden an advantageous edge when compared to others.

Keep Your Garden Clean and Clear

A lot of home buyers appreciate a neat environment, therefore, keeping your garden neat will definitely capture their attention. You need to rid your garden of all debris, and traces of winter leaves on the flower bed. Also make sure the garden greenhouses, sheds, and ornaments are kept tidy.

Pay Attention to Plant Detail.

This simply means you should make sure all the plants in your garden are well-trimmed and pruned and landscaped. This highlights the beauty of the garden which is a very important aspect when it comes to showcasing your home.

Mulch the Soil on the Garden Beds

Mulch the soil of your garden with simple organic soils which blend in. It is advisable that you steer away for coloured and dyed mulches which are popular nowadays. Mulching ensures limited weed growth, good plant growth and keeps the garden moist. Who wouldn’t pay for this?

Paint the Boundary Fences of the Garden

It is also advisable that you paint the boundary fences preferably with a dark colour as it helps to balance the brightness of the garden. In some cases, painting makes the property seem a little larger.

Carry Out Repairs

You also need to check if there are cracks either in the boundary fences or garden pots, as well as if any garden accessories need repairs. Check the garden hose to see if it is working properly and renovate the garden benches.

Real estate in Australia is an ever-growing industry which will always have a high demand. You need to understand what is best for your customers, how to improve the chances of a sale and how to reap maximum profit from the sale of your home. The above tips on how to get your garden ready for sale go a long way to achieve these goals.


Looking for more information on getting your home ready for sale? Check out our seller guides here.