Suburb Spotlight: Stretton


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 Stretton.

Property Price Increasing
The average property price in Stretton has risen by around 16% over the past
three years, with no signs of stopping in 2016. Over 98% of all properties sold
in Stretton are houses, showing a clear preference for dwellings over land
developments.

Activity Focus
The most active area within Stretton is The Parks, a private luxury neighbourhood
within the Stretton college catchment. This location appeals mostly to families,
who constitute over half of Stretton’s total population. Its appeal also comes from
its relatively new homes, which tend to have been built within the last five to eight years.

Home Living
Over 87% of all residents in Stretton are owner/occupiers, with just 10% renting.
As such, this location is ideal for those looking to settle down in the suburbs, or
growing families looking to expand into a good area.

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.

Contact
Peter Florentzos
0414 311 526
pflorentzos.sunnybankhills@ljh.com.au
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2016, ‘Stretton QLD 4116’, Propertyvalue.com.au
propertyvalue.com.au/suburb/stretton-4116-qld

O’Reilly, D., 2016, ‘Stretton 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.