Unit Inspections Brisbane

Empty nesters are struggling to find units in their preferred suburbs.

Developers are finally responding to the demand for inner city units with plenty of tower cranes on the inner city skyline. Brisbane is embarking on a real estate boom after a decade in the doldrums. The number of units in Brisbane has risen  from 70,000 in 2001 to 86,000 in 2011.

Unit Living provides an alternate option to the traditional house & land packages.

Unit popularity has increased with the new generation of empty nesters that are fit & active.

They are finding Unit living gives them a better lifestyle without having to mow the lawn & extra maintenance on the weekends. Unit living is still in high demand for the young professional couples who also like to live in the inner city suburbs of Kelvin Grove, Ashgrove, NewFarm, Wilston, Alderley. The southern inner city suburbs of Bulimba, Kangaroo Point, Morningside & Woolloongabba are also popular.

Empty nesters are finding it a challenge to find Units in the community where they have lived & raised their families. This is evident in suburbs such as Ferny Grove, Bardon, Keperra, The Gap& Red Hill. Essentially there is a shortage of land in these areas.

A  long term Gap resident has wanted to move into a unit in the area that she has lived for decades but cannot find a suitable accommodation option in her preferred area.

Unit living is all about lifestyle but for many empty nesters that are interested in  moving to a unit they feel that the units are being built in the wrong places. Lovers of The Gap who wish to consider Unit living will be very pleased to know that The Gap  is set to have its first Unit development project in more than 20 years.

The Gap Village Units on Waterworks Rd , The Gap will have 32 Units that have been designed for the owner occupier market. This new Unit development in The Gap will fill the void for many people who have lived here for years & looking to downsize and try Unit living.