Puppy power pushing property

first_imgStar pooch Tiffany appears in every photoshoot of her pet parent Tracey Ashley’s listings. Picture: Jamie Hanson. What pet parent could resist this face? No kitchen, no bathroom, high demand Hotspot ideal for first home buyers QLDers to be 5m strong in May The allure’s undeniable, and according to Nadia Crighton of Pet Insurance Australia dogs were simply an integral part of many people’s lives now.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus20 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market20 hours ago“They offer unconditional love, support and comfort in times of need, and laughter and joy in times of happiness,” she said. “Puppies are particularly wondrous and have the ability to brighten anyone’s day.” Snuggle time in donated blankets and pillows at an RSPCA shelter.Or listing, it seems. Pets have increasingly starred in real estate listings and open homes across state lines, with one Queenslander, Tiffany, now a pro, having earned her keep by posing in property photographs for close to three years.Her current listing was for a three bedroom, two bathroom, single car space townhouse at 13/22A Kumbari Street, Rochedale. Marketed at offers in the high $200,000s, buyers were urged to “get a paw in the door of home ownership”. Gnaw … Puppy lovers appear to outnumber cat people though. Picture: SuppliedIT’S International Puppy Day and the pitter-patter of little paws is not just turning houses into homes but helping them find new owners.It’s a great excuse to gush over cuteness galore, something savvy homeowners hope to capitalise on when their properties hit the market.With the growing popularity of four-legged friends — even in apartments — Aussie homeowners have become increasingly open to changing the face of listings by defying the old adage to never work with animals or babies, or baby animals even.center_img The most recent sale she has helped her pet parent – Tracey Ashley of RE/MAX United Vision – with was 4 Gilwell Street, Carina, which fetched $608,000 a fortnight ago.About 50 homes listed on realestate.com.au this International Puppy Day specifically mentioned puppies, half of which were in Queensland – and half of those in Brisbane. Western Australians love their baby canines too with eight listings talking about puppies, as well as owners in NSW (6) and Victoria (5), while South Australians and Tasmanians have eased off with both holding a single entry each today. FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK Pretty in pink at 13/22A Kumbari Street, Rochedale.last_img