在澳大利亚 Ok, keen for some perspective on undermount vs drop in kitchen sinks. I know this topic has been discussed before, and in my view undermounts are a far superior result. However, is it worthwhile for an investment property, bearing in mind th ANZ have charged me a govt. mortgage registration fee of $115 for a refinance - borrowing additional funds for construction on a block of land in QLD already mortgaged with ANZ. There were NO mortgage documents to sign with the new loan docs
- median house prices value lower than LGA median
- Close to major shopping centre Charles town
- Close to highway
- Close to beach
- Close to lake
most importantly affordable
Any thoughts will be appreciated
Long term it should be OK.
There is a reason for it being cheaper and for REAs referring to it as South Charlestown TIC. It has areas of Housing Comm just like Its neighbouring suburb Mt Hutton.
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Long term it should be OK.What he said.
There is a reason for it being cheaper and for REAs referring to it as South Charlestown TIC. It has areas of Housing Comm just like Its neighbouring suburb Mt Hutton.Click to expand...
It is a suburb I am keeping an eye on. I think it has long term potential. A few well priced, solid to even well renovated properties coming in under 300k.
Just make sure you do your homework on the area.
Some area's to be avoided.
I am surprised at the cost of houses in Windale.. former DOH suburb but house prices are pretty high these days