How renovating your pool will increase your Queensland’s house value

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With summers getting scorching hotter and days becoming insanely longer, what’s the best way to beat the heat in Australia? Taking a dip of relief in your own swimming pool.

Swimming pools have been a part of the Australian lifestyle for decades. Down Under boasts the world’s highest per capita rate of pool ownership and has approximately 1.2 million household swimming pools.

As per Roy Morgan, Western Australia has the highest number of households with a swimming pool at 18%, but the real Queen of Oz swimming-pool heartland remains Queensland. Queensland pools take more than 17% of the state’s real estate, especially around regional Queensland.

But with the expense of housing rising in all major cities, Brisbane has become the star of Australia’s alfresco real estate industry.


The 2018 Queensland Property Market Report

Queensland real estate market is expected to experience an influx of the fresh wave of interstate migration making splashes. The “always summer”, ease of affordability, laid-back lifestyle, reduced traffic, and world-class beaches have made Queensland the next best thing of the Australian property sector in 2018.

As per QBE Australian Housing Outlook 2017-2020, Brisbane is rated at +20.6% while Sydney and Melbourne sit at -39.7% and -36.2% respectively.

States at a glance

But the sudden rise in household demand has its own disadvantages as well: Intense competition. As everyone is on a selling spree, it makes you a part of the glut which is bad news if you are eyeing to sell your property.

But adding a few twitches to your property can make it more appealing to the prospective buyers and will make the process of selling a property in Queensland less difficult.


How to make your property awe-inspiring in Queensland to buyers amidst heavy competition

Home improvements and pool renovations are the keys to making a property more pleasing to a buyer in Queensland.

Adorning your home with a few luxuries can also increase its value.

Best luxury features to improve your residential property for sale

Swimming Pool

In a survey conducted by Swimart, around 90% of pool owners in Australia believe that having an in-house pool boosted their property’s value with their estimates ranging between $10,000 and $100,000, with an average of $30,000.

Adding a concrete pool with a beautiful waterfall feature or giving your current fibreglass swimming pool a good renovation with a fresh new gel coat or colourful LED lighting can make it look more exciting, exclusive and by the latest house design trends.

Attractive Exteriors and Backyard

Impressive exterior wall decor, adding an alfresco living gazebo, beautifying coping and tiling, or adding bright outdoor lights add an expensive look and feel to your home, and gives your property an impressive curb appeal.