Logan Reserve

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Logan Reserve

Nestled in the southeastern corner of Queensland, Logan Reserve has quietly emerged as a hidden gem in the realm of real estate. With its strategic location, vibrant community, and promising prospects, this suburb is attracting both homebuyers and investors looking for value and potential in a property market. In this article, we’ll delve into what makes Logan Reserve a prime destination for real estate enthusiasts.

 

Location Advantage

One of the standout features of Logan Reserve is its proximity to Brisbane CBD, a mere 30 kilometers away. Commuters find the daily journey to the city hassle-free, making it an ideal location for those who want to enjoy suburban tranquility while staying connected to the bustling urban core. The suburb’s strategic location also places it within easy reach of major highways, providing convenient access to neighboring suburbs and cities.

For those seeking the ultimate blend of suburban comfort and coastal excitement, Logan Reserve is only approximately a one-hour drive away from the shores of the Gold Coast, known for its pristine beaches, vibrant nightlife, and abundant tourist attractions. Residents can easily plan day trips or weekend getaways, exploring the vibrant coastal lifestyle that the Gold Coast offers.

Whether it’s a day of surfing and sunbathing, exploring theme parks, or enjoying the bustling dining and entertainment scene, Logan Reserve residents have it all within a reasonable distance. This dual city access enriches the lifestyle choices available to those who call Logan Reserve home, making it a truly exceptional destination in the Queensland real estate market.

 

Affordable Housing Options

For many homebuyers, affordability is a top priority, and Logan Reserve delivers on this front. The real estate market here offers a wide range of housing options, from modern family homes to spacious apartments, all at competitive prices. First-time buyers and investors often find Logan Reserve’s real estate offerings attractive, thanks to its affordable entry points and potential for long-term value appreciation.

 

Community and Lifestyle

Beyond the economic factors, Logan Reserve boasts a vibrant and diverse community. Families are drawn to the suburb’s excellent schools, parks, and recreational facilities, making it an ideal place to raise children. The sense of community here is strong, with various local events and initiatives that bring residents together.

 

Investment Potential

Investors have also taken notice of Logan Reserve’s potential. The suburb’s steady growth in population and infrastructure development projects make it an enticing prospect for those looking to expand their real estate portfolios. Rental demand remains robust, ensuring a steady stream of income for property investors.

 

Future Development

The Queensland government has recognized Logan Reserve’s potential and has plans for further development in the region. These initiatives aim to enhance infrastructure, connectivity, and amenities, ultimately adding value to properties in the area. 

 

In the 2023–24 Queensland Budget, Logan is set to receive substantial investments:

$1.4B

on infrastructure

for productivity enhancing infrastructure and capital works, estimated to support around 4,100 jobs in this region.

$3.4B

on health

for the Metro South Hospital and Health Service.

$127.7M

on education

to maintain, improve and upgrade schools in Logan.

$50.1M

on social housing

to expand and improve social housing in Logan.

$11.2M

for Skilling Queenslanders for Work

to fund more training opportunities and increase workforce participation.

$6.4M

for homelessness services

to provide essential housing and support services for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness in Logan.

Delivering for the Logan Region:

First Home Owner Grant

6,783 grants worth $112.8 million paid to home buyers to help them buy their first home in Logan.

(July 2015 to April 2023)

Back to Work

$12.6 million of payments have been paid to 548 employers in Logan to employ 1,008 eligible unemployed jobseekers.

(July 2016 to April 2023)

Apprentice and Trainee Payroll Tax Rebate

$13.9 million of rebates claimed by 480 businesses to reinvest into their business and support employment in Logan

(July 2015 to May 2023)

Advance Queensland

$11.1 million in grants awarded to 249 applicants to drive innovation, build on our natural advantages, and help raise Logan’s profile as an attractive investment destination.

(July 2015 to March 2023)

Source: Queensland Government

Schools

🟦 Logan Reserve State School

🟦 Logan Village State School

🟦 Marsden State High School

🟦 Marsden State Primary School

🟦 Crestmead State School

🟦 Park Ridge State High School

🟦 Park Ridge Primary School

🟦 Woodridge State School

🟦 Highland Reserve State School

🟦 Waterford State School

🟦 Waterford West State School

🟦 Regents Park State Primary School

🟦 Yugumbir State Primary School

🟦 Griffith University

For more, visit Queensland Government – Department of Education Schools Directory.

Transport

🟨 Loganlea Train Station

🟨 Logan Motorway

🟨 Mt Lindsey Highway

🟨 35 minutes to Brisbane CBD

🟨 40 minutes to Gold Coast

🟨 Park Ridge Connector: A future transport corridor to connect communities planned at Park Ridge, Flagstone and Yarrabilba to services and employment. 

For more, visit Queensland Government – Department of Transport and Main Roads.

Disclaimer: The information provided was accurate as of September 27, 2023.

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