Collins Gregory Real Estate Agents Ipswich are your local real estate agents. We are always seeking more investment properties across Ipswich and the surrounding suburbs to return value for landlords.
We provide quality real estate services to Ipswich and the suburbs in the surrounding region. If you are looking for a great Property Manager and Real Estate Agent who provides your home with the individual attention it desires, we can help.
We utilise new and innovative technology to improve your experience, while our traditional approach to service will show you why our landlords appreciate the level of service and support they receive.
We are not the biggest in Ipswich – but we are happy with that. We would rather be known for great service, and providing our Ipswich real estate clients with a great experience.
Get in touch with Collins Gregory Real Estate today to see how we can help with your real estate needs in through Ipswich.
Ipswich is one of Queensland’s oldest towns. Ipswich is a town in transition and it is growing. It is also a great suburb for savvy investors, or those who are starting to build a portfolio for the future.
The city has a variety of classic Queenslander-styled homes. People are often surprised to see that there are entire suburbs filled with heritage homes.
A recent new influx of investors, government departments and a university campus has seen the emergence of a cool cafés and lively arts community.
Ipswich is a great place to live, as well as being an excellent location for any investment property owner to hold an investment property portfolio.
Being a city on Brisbane’s fringe, Ipswich is home to a board demographic of people. The top groups are made up of established couples and families (16.3%), maturing and established independent people (15.2%) elderly single people (13.5%), older independent people (12.9%) and independent youth (11.7%).
Ipswich is a city that is changing – now and for some time. It is growing in the young family segment, in part because it offers all of the benefits of a metropolitan lifestyle, including two University of Southern Queensland campuses, two large hospitals, exceptional schools and public transport options to suit most people and their travel needs.
Ipswich is a city that is rich in tradition. Narrowly beaten by Brisbane in the race to be Queensland’s capital in 1859 due to it’s success as a mining town, it hosts an impressive number of heritage listed buildings, with many re-purposed for contemporary use in today’s changing times of new industry and need.
The region is located just 40 minutes west of the Brisbane CBD and is definitely a stand-alone city in its own right. Recent growth has seen move and more residents move to Ipswich but commute into Brisbane city for work. Originally a town with relatively affordable housing, Ipswich has welcomed families who have dreamed of owning their own home for many years.
Governments at many levels have relocated some departments to Ipswich, bringing with it some new residents who now call Ipswich home.
Many wonderful cafes have appeared at the top end of Brisbane Street, Ipswich which is a perfect match for the local area – a place that is now starting to grow it’s own personality and flair.
The resident’s shopping needs are meet with many local stores providing all of the necessary items. The Riverlink shopping complex, along with Town Square Redbank Plains, with department stores, supermarkets, speciality stores and some outlet shopping, provides a central shopping experience for the city.
Due to its working class history, Ipswich was once overlooked as an option for family living. In recent years, it is now being rediscovered by keen home buyers and renters, who are keen to snap up the distinctive local Queenslanders and cottages that fill the hills and roads around the central business district of Ipswich.