Partial rental potential attracts buyers looking to capitalise on extra space

first_imgDual living area at 4/41 Eversley Tce, Yeronga.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020“A lot of people are bringing others into the home, whether it is their parents or their kids moving back home,” Ms Elvin said.“Some are also looking to rent parts of their home out to help with the mortgage.” REAL ESTATE: 4/41 Eversley Tce, YerongaDual living tickles buyers’ fancies with this Yeronga house selling privately for $825,000.LJ Hooker Annerley and Yeronga sales agent Jane Elvin said there were three written offers on the 4/41 Eversley Tce property, with the kitchenette downstairs a major selling point. Outside entertaining at 4/41 Eversley Tce, Yeronga.Ms Elvin added that the new owners, a couple with two dogs and no children, loved the fact it was already renovated and could move in without worrying about everything. A bedroom at 4/41 Eversley Tce, Yeronga.“People tend to be time poor and have less and less interest in renovation, so the demand for houses that have already had renovation completed has grown substantially,” she said. Living area at 4/41 Eversley Tce, Yeronga.Houses are hot property at the moment in the area and Ms Elvin said there is not enough stock to keep up with demand.“We don’t have a lot of houses available so we’re finding when they do come to market they are selling quite quickly … and for a premium.”last_img

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