Aspley QLD 4034, Real Estate Agents, Real Estate Commission, Fees, Costs

Avoid becoming a real estate casualty in Aspley QLD 4034

Research has shown that 90% of home sellers and buyers have had a bad experience in dealing with real estate agents. Avoid becoming a casualty with your Aspley QLD real estate agent… their fees, costs and commission were only the tip of the iceberg!

Aspley QLD 4034 Real Estate Agents

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Who Has The Keys To Your Aspley QLD Home

How many people do you meet and after a brief chat of maybe 30 minutes or so you give them the keys to your home so they can come in whenever they like… whether you are home or not?

Do the people you trust the most in your life have the keys to your home... your Doctor, your Solicitor your Accountant?

Most people sell their home maybe once or twice in their lifetime. Most people take the decision of choosing their real estate agent far too lightly. Getting your real estate agent in Aspley QLD right the first time will be one of the single biggest financial decisions you will make, ever.

So, who has the keys to your home? Before you invite a stranger, a real estate agent, into your financial life, understand if they will improve it or destroy it.

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Aspley QLD Real Estate Commission and Fees

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Is Your Current Aspley Real Estate Agent Giving You Grief

If you are currently on the market in Aspley and things are not quite going to plan, feel free to contact us for a complimentary chat and we will get you back on the right path.

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About the suburb Aspley

Aspley is positioned on flat ground south of Cabbage Tree Creek, centred on Little Cabbage Tree Creek and on the surrounding hills to the east and south.

Soon after Brisbane was declared a free settlement in 1842, people began exploring the lands north of Brisbane City. A northern route followed aboriginal tracks through what is now Kelvin Grove, Enoggera, Everton Hills, Albany Creek onto North Pine. This route is still known as "'Old Northern Road'" and "'Old North Road'" in places. Another aboriginal track branching eastward from the Old Northern Road at the South Pine River crossed towards Little Cabbage Tree Creek and continued towards Downfall Creek. This track is now known as "Albany Creek Road" and "Gympie Road". Albany Creek Road was known as "Chinaman Creek Road" before 1888. In 1857 the first land sales in the area east of the Old Northern Road and South Pine River begin under the control of New South Wales. Initially, the land was sold for farming and comprised the land around Cabbage Tree Creek, bordered by what is now Zillmere Road, Roghan Road, Bridgeman Road and the northerly continuation of Kirby Road, covering mostly what is now Aspley, Carseldine and Fitzgibbon. The land parcels east of what is now Hawbridge Street and Lacey Road were purchased by William John Ward. The western land parcels were not sold. These land parcels were bordered by what is now Graham Road, Roghan Road, Hawbridge Street/Lacey Road and Bridgeman Road, and were subsequently subdivided into smaller land parcels and sold. This area is now known as Carseldine. After the separation of Queensland from New South Wales in 1859, subsequent subdivisions were much smaller. In the following 5 years, land parcels south of Zillmere Road/Graham Road in what is now recognised as Aspley began. In 1865, subdivisions west of what is now Maundrell Terrace were sold at the Brisbane Land Sales. In 1866, subdivisions between what is now Gympie Road, Maundrell Terrace and Webster Road were auctioned. The subdivisions were named "Soldier's Flat". Initially, the area was known as "Little Cabbage Tree Creek District". The immigrants were primarily of English and German ancestry. During the 1860s James and John Castledean, who owned land and a general store in the Bald Hills District, pushed a direct track from Bald Hills through to what is now the intersection of Gympie Road and Albany Creek Road. In late October 1867 gold was discovered in Gympie, Queensland. By this time, a road from Brisbane City to Kedron Brook had been completed with the Bowen Bridge opened in 1860, permitting the northern track along Gympie Road and Albany Creek Road to be used as an alternate route to the Old Northern Road. However, neither road was of good quality. On 8 May 1868 the Government announced that it had allocated 2700 pounds to construct a trafficable, more direct, road to the Gympie goldfields. The new road came through Kedron Brook, Downfall Creek, Little Cabbage Tree Creek before heading to Bald Hills and North Pine. This road is now known as Gympie Road and travels a route very different from the original aboriginal track. With increased traffic on Gympie Road, the Royal Exchange Hotel was established in 1875 opposite the intersection of Gympie Road and Albany Creek Road. It also operated as a general store for a while with Cobb and Co coaches passing on their way to the Gympie goldfields. In 1934, a second building was built south of the original hotel. The new building was called the "Aspley Hotel". In the early 1870s, a vineyard was established by the Morris family on their property bounded by Maundrell Terrace, Gympie Road and Terrence Street. It was named the "Aspley Vineyard", after "Aspley Hall" in Nottingham, England. The vineyard operated for over twenty years. In 1897, Little Cabbage Tree Creek District was renamed Aspley. In the latter part of the 19th century, Aspley was essentially a farming district. Additional industries were established to support the farming industry. In the 1880s, John Smith Booth established a bone mill and sawmill on Little Cabbage Tree Creek and Albany Creek Road. It later relocated to the current location of the former Aspley Acres Caravan Park and finally closed in 1932. In 1888, Huttons Pty Ltd established a meat processing plant in nearby suburb Zillmere. It contributed greatly to the local economy of Aspley, providing an alternative employment for farmers during poor seasons. A blacksmith operated on the northern corner of Gympie Road and Albany Creek Road until the 1920s. Several slaughter houses operated along Little Cabbage Tree Creek. After World War I and into the 1920s, Aspley experienced some growth in the number of businesses present in the district. Griffiths Sweet Factory operated on Gympie Road between 1930 and 1950 after shifting from Windsor. Hedges Dripping Factory operated near the reservoir on Lawrence Road. A brickworks was established by the Granville family on Brickfield Road during the 1930s. In 1912 the Kedron Omnibus company was formed by locals and ran local services to Wooloowin Station after previous services were cancelled as an aftermath of the 1912 transport strike. In 1918 the local community hall was built on Gympie Road. A year later, movies were presented inside the hall. In 1950 the hall was sold to become St Pauls Church.

Suburbs surrounding Aspley, QLD

Wakerley, 4154
Wacol, 4076
Sunnybank Hills, 4109
Sunnybank, 4109
Sinnamon Park, 4073
Stretton, 4116
Seventeen Mile Rocks, 4073
Riverhills, 4074
Rochedale, 4123
Runcorn, 4113
Parkinson, 4115
Ransome, 4154
Richlands, 4077
Middle Park, 4074
Mt Ommaney, 4074
Oxley, 4075
Larapinta, 4110
Mackenzie, 4156
Mansfield, 4122
Jamboree Heights, 4074
Jindalee, 4074
Algester, 4115
Belmont, 4153
Burbank, 4156
Calamvale, 4116
Carindale, 4152
Chandler, 4155
Darra, 4076
Doolandella, 4077
Drewvale, 4116
Ellen Grove, 4078
Forest Lake, 4078
Gumdale, 4154
Heathwood, 4110
Inala, 4077
Taigum, 4018
Virginia, 4014
Wavell Heights, 4012
Zillmere, 4034
Shorncliffe, 4017
Northgate, 4013
Nudgee, 4014
Nudgee Beach, 4014
Nundah, 4012
Sandgate, 4017
Kooringal, 4025
Moreton Island, 4025
Fitzgibbon, 4018
Geebung, 4034
Kedron, 4031
Cowan Cowan, 4025
Deagon, 4017
Bulwer, 4025
Carseldine, 4034
Chermside, 4032
Banyo, 4014
Boondall, 4034
Brighton, 4017
Bracken Ridge, 4017
Bald Hills, 4036
Kuraby, 4112