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Old 06-22-2009, 10:08 PM   #1
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hey, just wondering how the realestate market is going in your local area..
over here we see lots of horrible stories about properties over seas, yet ours are doing well..
we have been given 14k AUD for first home buyers buying existing homes and then 21k AUD for new homes being built. catch is you have to live in them and cant rent them out to make $$.. which is fine for most people and you have to have a deposit of upto 20%
so does/is your gov doing anything to try help people out and what is the general market value of your state.... in QLD the average property around brisbane is 400-450k and then depending on the other areas it can fluctuate..
goldcoast, sunshine coast it is higher as they are tourist/tropical and then the whitsundays is higher again../ in some areas, its a poor area if the purchase is under 1million..

curious... as we see some sales in the usa for like 10k

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Properties here when down big time and you can buy a house with 0 down
but still cant afford to get one my own lol
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the prices have gone down alot over the past few years wich is good for first time buyers i would buy one but my credit is a mess from being unable to pay any of my bills for the past 4 months i want a house to call my own but it scares me with my condition
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Old 08-11-2009, 03:00 AM   #4
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that sucks guys.. i feel for you.
i am glad i got in when i did thank goodness. it feels god to not have inspections and have landlords calling to pop past for this and that!.. and i can have my kids without worrying if i will get in trouble for too many pets.
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