Queensland state-owned rural lifestyle opportunities for sale
The release of government-owned rural properties and residential developments on the Queensland real estate market has ignited strong buyer interest.
Queensland deputy premier and minister for state development, infrastructure and planning Jeff Seeney said a tranche of state-owned lots had stimulated interest among investors and would-be buyers.
He commented: "So far, more than 120 phone enquiries have been received since 24 August, which is very encouraging."
Interest in the Mary Valley properties is an encouraging sign for the state's property market, showing renewed confidence and increased consumer sentiment.
The properties include rural residential lifestyle opportunities in a number of small and large scale blocks.
"Buyers are being sought for the lots which range in size from one hectare to nearly 19 hectares," Mr Seeney explained.
"We anticipate there will be a high level of interest in these properties and urge all potential buyers to note their interest as quickly as possible."
Six lots were put on the market over the weekend (September 15), with the remaining properties being sold by public tender process which closes October 16.