These are the suburbs where the number of people looking to buy has soared

first_imgPopularity is building for houses in Dakabin, where this home at 19 Vibrant Court is listed for sale. Picture: for property has jumped more in Dakabin north of Brisbane than any other suburb within 30km of the Brisbane CBD.New figures released by property listing website, showed that Dakabin houses received an average of 471 visits per property during the period – up 102 per cent since October last year.In Chuwar there was an average of 537 visits per house – 88 per cent higher than six months ago.It was many of greater Brisbane’s more affordable suburbs which recorded the increase in viewings during the period.Fitzgibbon, which has a median house price of $470,000 was next on the list, with an average of 560 views, 81 per cent higher.In the unit market Daisy Hill experienced the biggest jump in demand of 217 per cent with an average of 466 views per property in the past six months.It was followed by Mackenzie which increased 215 per cent with 564 average views and then Boondall which was up 88 per cent with 225 views.Unit demand has grown in Daisy Hill, where this unit at 20/18 Daisy Hill Rd is under contract. Picture: DEMAND HAS GROWN (houses)Dakabin 102%Chuwar 88%Fitzgibbon 081%Kallangur 78%Karalee 72%Deagon 71%Mount Cotton 70%Kuraby 70%More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours agoBarellan Point 69%Carseldine 68%WHERE DEMAND HAS GROWN (units)Daisy Hill 217%Mackenzie 215%Boondall 88%Deagon 85%Bridgeman Downs 81%Doolandella 75%Murrumba Downs 64%Mango Hill 61%Ormiston 57%Fitzgibbon 55%Source: REA Grouplast_img

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