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first_imgMichelle and Mark Jenkins and their children Huw, 5, Rhys, 9, and Nia, 12, are planning a move, but they won’t be going far. Picture: Annette DewMany  sellers start with fairly high price ambitions when they decide to list their home, but the market soon brings them back into line.But there are always exceptions to the rule – suburbs where demand is high and sellers generally achieve pretty close to their original asking price when they hit the market.It may surprise some that the suburb in Greater Brisbane where vendor discounting – that is, the difference between the original asking price and the eventual sale price – is the lowest is nowhere near the Brisbane CBD. Ripley at Ipswich, south west of Brisbane, has the lowest average vendor discount of just 0.9 per cent.The suburb has a median house price of $346,500 and many new built homes on offer. Next on the list are the more established suburbs of Nudgee and Kangaroo Point, where sellers only reduced their initial price expectations on average by 1.3 per cent to get a deal over the line.Nudgee has a median house price of $640,000 while at Kangaroo Point it is $829,000. In fourth position for houses was Upper Kedron, with an average vendor discount of 1.6 per cent and a median of $615,000, followed by Archerfield with 1.7 per cent and an affordable median of $371,000.In the unit market, Fitzgibbon, north of Brisbane, had the lowest discounting rate of 0.6 per cent. Once again it had a high percentage of new stock.Next came Mansfield and Molendinar at 1.4 per cent, Mango Hill at 1.6 per cent and Carseldine at 1.8 per cent.Michelle and Mark Jenkins built their home at Nudgee in 2008. Before that they had lived in another home in the suburb, and they have now bought a house at Nudgee Beach, where they intend to move next.Their home at 33 Overlea St is listed through Dwight Colbert of Ray White.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours agoThe home at 33 Overlea St, Nudgee.Mr Colbert said big family homes were tightly held in the area. He said things were still selling very quickly in Nudgee. It was popular because it was close to everything including the airport and had a great community feel.Mrs Jenkins said their five-bedroom home had suited their growing family. 33 Overlea St, Nudgee.“We originally come from the UK and had rented for a short time back in 2001 in a number of suburbs,” she said.“We just wanted to look at where would be a good place to make an investment, for the family, for transport links, and we found Banyo and Nudgee.“We loved the area, it has like a small-town feel to it.’’Mrs Jenkins didn’t think a lot of people realised yet just how nice it was.“Which surprises me,’’ she said. “When they enter the area they can’t believe it. It is a little community.’’last_img read more

first_img Liverpool have another big game on Wednesday when they meet Ludogorets, with victory imperative to keep their hopes of qualifying for the knockout stages of the Champions League alive. Midfielder Lallana told liverpoolfc.com: “It was disappointing, especially after going in front so early. It was a great platform for us to push on and control the game. “But we didn’t do that – we take full responsibility for that. We need to stick together. It’s as simple as that. When you’re having a tough time as a team, you all need to stay together – you can’t start becoming individuals. “We win and lose as a team; we need to stay together, keep fighting and keep working for each other. We have got a tough game on Wednesday so we all need to be together for that one. “We need to win to stay in the competition, so the lads will be fighting for their lives to do that. It’s important, not just for ourselves, but for the fans, the manager and everyone involved with Liverpool Football Club.” Sunday’s 3-1 loss at Crystal Palace was the Reds’ fourth in a row in all competitions and left them sitting 12th in the Premier League table, only four points above the relegation zone. Rickie Lambert gave the visitors an early lead with his first Liverpool goal but the lack of confidence in Brendan Rodgers’ team was all too evident as Palace battled back to win. Adam Lallana believes sticking together is the key to Liverpool turning around their season.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more