Three houses that sold below the Brisbane median today

first_img62 Sherwood Road, Rocklea, Qld 4106. $402,000 sold on 21 April 2017. Picture: three houses in Brisbane’s middle ring have sold in the $400,000s today, below the Queensland capital’s median sale price of $515,000.A three bedroom, one bathroom, four car space home at 62 Sherwood Road, Rocklea, in Brisbane’s south has been sold for $402,000 today, according to Kenneth Mow of Jensen Property had marketed it as great for a first home or investment.The home had been renovated throughout, with air-conditioned living and kitchen zones, internal laundry, plus high 2.7 metre ceilings. Three of the car spaces were in large lockup garage that could double as a workshop space for tradies or hobbies.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home6 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor6 hours ago41 Gilston Street, Keperra, Qld 4054. $440,000 sold on 21 April 2017. Picture: also listed a two bedroom, one bathroom home at 41 Gilston Street, Keperra, as having gone under contract today for $440,000.The home had been billed as a “renovator” that could provide a “great opportunity” for anyone willing to put the work into it.“This renovator enjoys an elevated position with leafy views and is only a short walk to local shops and train station,” was how agents Simon Whitehead and Robert Russell of Harcourts Solutions marketed the property. 14 Natasha Street, Wynnum West, Qld 4178: $485,000 sold on 21 April 2017. Picture: three bedder at 14 Natasha Street, Wynnum West, was also among those that sold today, fetching $485,000.Agent Chris Pisani of Johnson Real Estate – Manly West had marketed the one bedroom, two car space home as having “heaps of potential with a great big backyard”.last_img read more


first_imgWhat are you going to do with your weekend sport time?  At this time of the year, the NBA is already in their basketball season, the NFL has still more than two months left with football games, the NCAA has both basketball and football right now with basketball starting and football winding down.  Just in case this hasn’t caught your eye the high school winter seasons are already underway or will be in the next 10 days.  That adds girls basketball, boys basketball, swimming, and wrestling to the sports menu.  With all of these things going on, the pro sports paid no attention to any other of these sports as they fill the TV schedules with games.  Football in college used to be played only on Saturday, but for television revenues they will play any time, any where.  This leaves high school sports fighting for their revenue checks.  The only thing the high schools have going in their favor is that you can get into all of these for less than $10 a ticket, and some of them as low as $5 a ticket.  The NCAA and pro sports consider low price tickets where the first number of three is a one.  You are lucky to get a pro ticket (or some college tickets) for $100.  At least at many high schools fixed-income adults get in for a very reduced price; whereas, in the other sports, they don’t care if you are 1 year old or 100, the ticket price is the same.last_img read more