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Old 01-19-2016, 11:19 PM
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Those white things is to support the slab from reactive soil. Its much cheaper to use that than to drill deep holes and engineer concrete pillars. I have them for my house.

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I can't believe that they only have one socket as standard, that's ridiculous!
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I can't believe that either, and I've bought a few houses in Australia, and most master bedrooms have had two double sockets, with smaller bedrooms having one double socket.
Kitchens though are bad with a maximum of two double sockets.
I just bought another house. A standard build.
The Master bedroom has two double sockets, one each side of where the bed goes.
Each of the other three bedrooms have just one double socket each.
The Kitchen has two double sockets (I am having to get that changed, so I end up with 10 in total)
The main living room has three double sockets
The second living area has two double sockets.
Each bathroom also has a double socket, as does the laundry.
The above appears to be a standard configuration these days, having looked at many houses recently.

Land prices are the major price difference in property..
Near me, 1 hr drive west from Brisbane, a decent 1 acre (4,000 sq metres) block is about $100,000 ( $25.00 per sqm)
Where I used to be, 1 hr drive East from Brisbane, a tiny 400 sq metre block is about $300,000 ( $750.00 per sqm)

I did see a 3 acre (12,000 sm) block for $50,000 but decided against it as it had a flooding risk

The actual house prices in each area are very similar, for same build quality.
So, a $200,000 house would be either $300,000 or $500,000 on either of those two land examples.

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Land prices are the major price difference in property..
Near me, 1 hr drive west from Brisbane, a decent 1 acre (4,000 sq metres) block is about $100,000 ( $25.00 per sqm)
Where I used to be, 1 hr drive East from Brisbane, a tiny 400 sq metre block is about $300,000 ( $750.00 per sqm)
1 hour west, are we talking Ipswich?
1 hour east, You'd be in the bay wouldn't you? 300k for a 400sqm block I'm guessing Bayside like Manly or Wynnum?


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1 hour west, are we talking Ipswich?
1 hour east, You'd be in the bay wouldn't you? 300k for a 400sqm block I'm guessing Bayside like Manly or Wynnum?
It used to take me around one hour to Brisbane from Redland Bay area, so much traffic.

Ipswich to Brisbane is actually about 10 minutes shorter.

I did Plainland to Brisbane airport in just over 1 hour the other day. An advantage in the west are the clearer roads with the 100kph speed limits (which many people exceed anyway). And the new 4 bed Houses on 1 acre for $310,000 in the Plainland area.

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