Property management in Brassall
Your suburb profile by Running Property
Brassall (4305) is an outer north-western suburb of Ipswich, some 5 kilometres from the city’s centre. Home to a population of over 9,000 people, Brassall is a popular place to live for young families, defence personnel, and retirees.
Interestingly, it’s not known where Brassall’s unusual name came from, although its original name was Hungry Flats. Formerly bushland and farming land, today Brassall is bounded by Ironpot Creek in the west, the Bremer River in the south, and the Warrego Highway in the north.
For more than a decade Brassall has been a focal point for residential development in Ipswich. Since opening in early 2002, the new “Grammar Park Estate” in Brassall has grown to include more than 1,000 houses.
Data from realestate.com.au shows that the median Brassall house price was $325K in 2016, with the median unit price being $251K. For investment property owners, Brassall offers a median rent for houses of $320 per week, and the median rent for units $275 per week. There is average rental demand for both houses and units in the suburb.
For expert advice on attracting the best quality tenants for your Brassall investment property, talk to the expert Running Property team. Our property managers have the local knowledge that can make all the difference to your rental return.
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