Statistically Speaking ......
The property price index in the area for July to Sept 2013 was $323,432 based on 108 government verified sales. This represents a 0.5% increase when compared to the same period last year.
In addition to this, compared to the same period last year, there was an increase of 18.7% in the number of properties sold from 91 to 108 recorded government verified sales.
There are currently 118 properties for sale and 61 listings for rent in Morayfield.
The median list price for the week ended 17/02/14 was $320,000, and steady.
The median sold price for the quarter ended 31/12/13 was $311,000, up by 2.89%.
52 properties have been sold in Morayfield since November 2013.
Information sourced from onthehouse.com.au
Morayfield Market Stats Snapshot
A relaxing lifestyle awaits.
Morayfield is about 40kms from the Brisbane CBD and was named after an original property in the area known as 'Moray Field'.
Settlement of the area dates from the 1860's with the land mainly used for farming and sugar cane, ensuring that many of the suburb's homes have acreage. While the suburb has a wide variety of established housing ranging from older weatherboard homes on timber stumps, renovated Queenslanders and Colonials to newer brick and tile houses, more recent estate developments are proving popular with young families. The region is also popular with investors given its affordability and the location on the major transport route of the Bruce Highway.
Some of the features of Morayfield include Morayfield Park Leisure Centre, Sheep Station Creek Skate Park, Brodies Park, Grogans Park, Kevin Kaesar Oval, and the Billabongs.