VIC Melbourne $700-$800k Houses

Discussion in 'Where to Buy' started by Finfreedom, 7th Oct, 2019.

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  1. Finfreedom

    Finfreedom Member

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    Hi Everyone

    Don't know Melbourne very well so hoping people can help me out with some advise. I am looking to buy a house and move out of my apartment. Hoping to get a house for our price range ($700k-$800k) and the house be close to a high street and walking distance to train station. Ideally not too far from the city but that might be too long a wish list for the price.
    I know from previous experience that once we narrow the property search to one suburb, the chances of finding a decent deal are fairly high. So any recommendations on which suburbs to look at ?
    Hoping to find something that can be positively geared in the future if I have to move out/away albeit through multi-let or airbnb.

    Thanks
    Finguy
     
  2. The Y-man

    The Y-man Moderator Staff Member

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    I have a few ideas ~~ except when it come to the multi-let / airbnb bit.....

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  3. Finfreedom

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    Thanks Y-Man, what ideas ? can you please share ?
     
  4. The Y-man

    The Y-man Moderator Staff Member

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    Well, other than than the multilet/airbnb factor, Epping would probably fulfill the other factors:
    5 Helpmann Crescent, Epping, Vic 3076

    Maybe have a look at Frankston - might work from a airbnbd factor in the future.

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  5. korando1234

    korando1234 Well-Known Member

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    Around the Dandenong ranges might suit this budget and airbnbability.. finding something close to the station would be a big advantage so I'd look from upper ferntree gully, upwey through to belgrave
     
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