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Burpengary is a large suburb to the west of the Bruce Highway 40km north of Brisbane. It is a growing area and has seen a large amount of residential development over the past couple of years. But despite the development that has been happening, Burpengary is still an affordable suburb to both buy and rent in. You can purchase a four bedroom house for an average of $412,500 or a three bedroom unit for an average of $233,000. Rental wise, four bedroom houses rent for an average of $385 per week while a three bedroom unit rents for an average of $300 per week. If you are looking to purchase for investment rather than to live in, the rental demand for the area is quite high. Combined with relatively cheap property prices, this could be a great suburb for the first time investor looking to get into the market.
Burpengary falls under the Moreton Bay Regional Council and is one of the fastest growing areas in the region. There are a number of facilities in the suburb for residents including a small shopping centre, library, schools, aquatic centre and medical facilities. There is a train line that runs directly into Brisbane’s CBD on quite a regular basis, allowing for an easy commute; if possible, it is best toavoid the Bruce Highway during peak hour unless you have no option but to drive due to the large amount of traffic travelling along the highway daily.
Burpengary was settled from the 1860’s however there was no significant development in the area until the 1970’s. The area grew quite rapidly throughout the early 1990’s with population increasing yearly. Due to its placement along the Bruce Highway, Burpengary was originally used as a large truckstop, and a function weigh-bridge is still in place along the highway.
Burpengary is a great suburb for those looking to enter the property market, either to live in or invest in, while still being within a relatively good commute distance from the city. It offers everything from suburban to semi-rural living allowing you to find the perfect property.