The home at 22 Ingleston St, Wynnum West has character features.The Wynnum-based agent said she was also seeing quite a few “subject to sale” offers from the buyers looking to upgrade. “Stock is short at the moment so anyone who already has a home doesn’t want to sell until they find something else. They don’t want to be homeless,” she said. Ms Gobey said Sydney buyers were also making themselves known in the local market.“We’re seeing a lot of people moving from interstate and they tend to be looking at the top end of the market,” she said. “We’ve seen, probably since the start of the year, at least two of three people coming through our open homes who have come from Sydney.” The home at 22 Ingleston St, Wynnum West sold before auction.BUYERS of all sorts are showing interest in the Wynnum West market but demand is outstripping supply. Gail Gobey, of Sash & Gable Property, said everyone from first homebuyers and families to developers and investors were looking in Wynnum West.This was exemplified by the sale of 22 Ingleston St, Wynnum West.The renovated cottage on an 810sq m block sold before auction for an undisclosed amount. “There was a lot of mixed interest in the property, interest from families and, because of the double block, interest from developers as well,” Ms Gobey said. “It was in a lovely location in a growing area that is changing so rapidly.” More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Ms Gobey said the Wynnum West market was performing well but was suffering from a shortage of stock, especially for first home buyers and families looking in the entry to middle price range.