Houdini Tce home quickly disappears off market

first_imgThe home at 18 Houdini Tce, Edens Landing sold after three weeks on the market.AN  Edens Landing home sold after three weeks on the market as buyer demand remains strong in the area. Harcourts M1 marketing agent Alex Stassen said the property at 18 Houdini Tce sold for $373,000. The Beenleigh-based agent said he had 26 groups through the four-bedroom family home in the few weeks it was for sale. “Generally, in Edens Landing, if you have something that’s neat and tidy, you get a good amount of people through,” he said. The lowset brick home had open-plan living, and fresh paint and carpet throughout.More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Mr Stassen said the property was “a little bit dated” but presented well. The home sold to a woman who was looking to relocate from the bayside area. Mr Stassen said Edens Landing offered buyers value for money in a family-friendly suburb between Brisbane and the Gold Coast. “You get great value for your money compared to 10-15 minutes up the road,” he said. “People have been saying it will take off for a long time, but now we’re starting to see it. The only thing it really lacked in the past was shops, and now you have Woolworths, Bunnings and Aldi at Holmview, that’s not an issue.“Generally, over the years, buyers have mostly been owner occupiers, but we have seen more investors in the last year or so.“The vacancy rate in Edens Landing is usually less than 1 per cent.” Mr Stassen said inquiry for the area had dropped off recently, but there were still plenty of buyers in the market.last_img read more