This modern Kallangur townhouse was great vaule for money

first_img37/34 Duffield Road, KallangurShe said one and two-bedroom townhouses and units in the area were ideal for buyers with a low budget.“It’s not everyone’s cup of tea because of the size (but) they’re a good little investment as well,” Mrs Burke said.She said it was rare that they sold for less than $300,000 but there were still bargains to be found like the Duffield Rd property.According to the latest CoreLogic market trends data, the median sale price for an apartment in Kallangur was $290,000. 37/34 Duffield Road, KallangurA MODERN one-bedroom townhouse in Kallangur has sold for $180,000.David Deane Real Estate sales consultant Lee-Ann Burke said smaller properties were often difficult to sell but the one at 37/34 Duffield Rd was snapped up a month after being listed on the market.It was the cheapest sale in the Moreton Realestate area within the past two weeks.Mrs Burke said it sold for such a low price because it was only a one-bedroom home.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019However, she said the location was ideal, with public transport and shops close by.“It’s a cracker location,” Mrs Burke said.last_img read more

Food, fuel shortages hit Bolivia amid crisis

first_imgOfficials have flown basic provisions in La Paz, Bolivia amid reports of food and fuel shortages. Interim President Jeanine Áñez on Sunday said she would call new “transparent” elections soon to help re-establish the country’s “democratic credibility.” REUTERS LA PAZ – Bolivian officials have flownbasic provisions into this capital amid reports of food and fuelshortages.  Protests have continued in manyplaces, particularly around Cochabamba, where violent clashes between securityforces and coca growers left nine dead on Friday.(BBC) Interim President Jeanine Áñez onSunday said she would call new “transparent” elections soon to helpre-establish the country’s “democratic credibility.”    center_img The system was a move to bypass roadblockades erected by supporters of former president Evo Morales who resigned onNov. 10 and fled to Mexico after facing claims of electoral fraud. At least 23 people were killed in theongoing political unrest. last_img read more