Moving from Perth to Brisbane - what's a good affordable suburb to buy?

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This depends on what price range you are looking to buy into, also what are your specifications in terms of bedrooms, bathrooms etc.
Are you looking for a family suburb, close to the city or work?
Suburbs such as Newmarket or Bardon are nice and still close to the city and nice cafes but a lot more affordable than say New Farm or Paddington. Hope I have answered your questions.
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Mark Diamond 2yrs+
Hi Phobia39

In addition I would recommend watching the latest report from RP Data on Brisbane's most affordable suburbs:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QE8Gt-r995U&feature=c4-overview&list=UUFnWjYqIG1V1RV6lRmmulsw
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Mark Diamond 2yrs+
This will depend on how close you want to be to the CBD. How much are you looking to spend on a property? Have you found work in a certain suburb?

- With a budget of between $250k to $450k, a few suburbs which are reasonably priced for first home buyers south of the river include Rocklea, Fairfield, Acacia Ridge, Salisbury & Coopers Plains.
- With a budget of between $450k to $700k, suburbs of interest to you south of the river include Moorooka, Tarragindi, Annerley & Yeronga.

If you would like any advice in buying a property in the South West region please give me a call on 0432 334 767. I would be more than happy to discuss this with you further.
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