More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours ago54 Wood Street, Dalby sold for $110,000.While this bargain home is now off the market, there are plenty more bargains to be had.This four-bedroom beauty is available for $140,000 at 2 Jessop Street. With good bones, all it needs is a touch of vision to turn it into your family home.Or, with a tenant already on board paying $215 per week, it could make the perfect investment.If three-bedroom is more your style then 3 James Street might have just what you need, with an asking price of $140,000.With a heavenly man shed and large kitchen, this home would make a great first homebuyer property. But if you’d rather build your own dream home, then 24 Diggers Drive is on offer for just $69,500 for a large 1572sq m lot with plenty of room for a family-sized pool, a few chickens and a big shed.Median house prices in Dalby are $210,000 for a three bedroom or $280,000 for a four-bedroom with rents at $235 or $295 per week. This week’s Bargain Buy of the Week is in Dalby.DALBY lays claim to the ‘largest’ title for a number of its community feats, but the ‘largest’ house price isn’t one of those, with it producing this weeks bargain house sale.This three-bedroom home, set on 802sq m at 54 Wood Street sold on Wednesday for just $110,000 and all within walking distance to the CBD.While Dalby claims the title for being home to the largest grain receival depot in Queensland and the largest one day livestock market in Australia, it can also now lay claim to some of the best bargain house buys.Located just 211km northwest of Brisbane it is a vibrant rural community of 12,000 people, with a further 5,000 in its district area.If you’re feeling like you’ll never be able to afford your own home, this go getter community might just have the answer you need.
Syracuse (6-4-2, 1-2-1 Atlantic Coast) won its first conference match-up of the season, beating Pitt (3-7-3, 0-4-1) 2-0 Thursday night in Pittsburgh.The Orange got on the board in the fifth minute. Sydney Brackett had a blocked shot that teammate Alex Lamontagne rebounded. Lamontagne passed the ball back to Brackett who scored.Later in the first half, Alana O’Neil notched her first goal of the season off a feed from Kate Hostage.Brackett and O’Neil were responsible for all eight of SU’s shots. Each had two shots on goal, one of which was converted for a goal and another that was saved. Brackett had five shots total and O’Neil had three.This was only the fifth game SU recorded assists and the fourth game they had multiple assists, and it was also the sixth time this season SU has shut out an opponent, the fifth time in a win.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSU Goalie Courtney Brosnan recorded her 300th career save. She holds the third-highest number of career saves in Syracuse history and is 29 saves away from the record.Brosnan saved all eight of the shots Pitt took on goal. The Panthers took 15 total shots, the fifth-highest amount an SU opponent has recorded this season.With the win over the Panthers, Syracuse records its first ACC win this season after North Carolina blew out the Orange, 7-0, last week.SU continues ACC play when it faces Miami at SU soccer stadium next Wednesday at 1 p.m. Comments Published on October 5, 2017 at 10:56 pm Contact Kaci: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook Twitter Google+
Brighton are moving for Sunderland midfielder Sebastian Larsson.The Mirror says Brighton are hoping to land Larsson.The 32-year-old is out-of-contract at the Stadium of Light and the club have told him, they would like him to stay – although on drastically reduced terms.Turkish side Trabzonspor have made him a lucrative offer – but he is keen to remain in England, and ideally the top-flight and Brighton are hoping that could persuade him to the South Coast.