Suburb Spotlight: Macgregor


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 Macgregor.

Massive Growth
Property prices in Macgregor have grown a great deal in the past year, rising
by roughly nearly 17% in the last year, much more than the 4.3% national
average. This means past buyers can expect significant returns on their
initial investment.

Vibrant Community
With roughly 70% of Macgregor’s residents of Chinese heritage, and the remaining
30% from a mix of Korean, Eastern European and Australian backgrounds, Macgregor
has a diverse mix of cultures. Also, with Sunnybank Plaza, Sunny Court and Market
Square all within close proximity, this region’s diversity is reflected in the available
fine dining and shopping opportunities.

Educating Environment
Located within the catchment area for both the Macgregor State Primary and High
Schools, Macgregor is a sought-after area for families. Over 92% of properties in the
area are houses, and families are the largest demographic, constituting nearly 34%
of all residents.

As a popular location for buyers, properties for sale in Macgregor usually only spend
a short time on the market. Whether you’re thinking of selling or buying, or just want
to know what’s possible, get in touch with Peter Son at LJ Hooker Sunnybank Hills today.

Peter Son
0419 174 934
pson.sunnybankhills@ljh.com.au

*Reference: 2016, ‘Macgregor QLD 4109, Propertyvalue.com.au,
propertyvalue.com.au/suburb/macgregor-4109-qld

Son, P., 2016 ‘Macgregor 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 solely rely on their own enquiries.