Suburb Spotlight: Coopers Plains
Each week we focus on a new suburb in our area, giving you the lowdown
on what’s happening all around Brisbane. This week we’re looking at Coopers Plains.
Above Average Sales
Median sales prices in Coopers Plains are roughly $40,000 above the national
median, with prices growing by over 9% over the past year. For those looking
to invest, this means they could receive strong returns on sales in the future.
The most active area within Coopers Plains is The Village, an area developed
in the late 90s. This location appeals mostly to families, due to its close proximity
to parks and the Coopers Plains State School.
Owner/occupiers are the main demographic in Coopers Plains, making up over
56% of all residents. However tenants are a close second, with roughly 40% of all
those in Coopers Plains renting their dwelling.
With interest rates at record lows across Australia, and the Queensland Government
set to increase the First Home Owners Grant to $20,000 on July 1st, there are strong
incentives for buying now.
Speak to an LJ Hooker Sunnybank Hills agent today to see what we can do for you.
2016, ‘Coopers Plains QLD 4116’, Propertyvalue.com.au
Ahn, K., 2016, ‘Coopers Plains Summary’, LJ Hooker Sunnybank Hills
All information contained herein is gathered from sources we consider to be reliable. However, we cannot guarantee or give any warranty about the information provided. Interested parties must rely solely on their own enquiries.