Popular suburbs for “ideal house’’ searches. Supplied: realestate.com.auREA Group chief economist Nerida Conisbee said the figures showed that many people still aspired to the dream of owning a quarter acre block.She said with rising house prices they were prepared to live in suburbs further out to secure what they wanted.“There’s a perception that everyone wants to live in the city, but the reality is people are willing to make trade-offs to find their perfect home,’’ she said.Ms Conisbee said most buyers had only a set amount they could afford.“The fact that it’s getting more expensive to live in inner urban areas means more people are willing to compromise on location for a bigger block of land and a bigger house.’’Ms Conisbee said those who were looking at inner city areas needed to accept that there would be higher prices, particularly for houses. Upper Coomera is popular with house hunters. This home at30 Wolseley Way is listed for $520,000 – $560,000. Picture: realestate.com.auMore from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019Realestate.com.au analysed the traffic on about 102,000 “highly engaged’’ housing listings to see what people were looking for.The Queensland suburb potential buyers most searched for this type of home was Buderim on the Sunshine Coast.But with a median house price of $615,000 for Buderim, buyers may be left having to fork out a little more than they originally hoped.Other popular suburbs in Queensland where buyers searched for their “ideal house” criteria where Upper Coomera, North Lakes and Forest Lake. Buderim was the Queensland suburb where many buyers searched for their ideal house. Is is this one? This four-bedroom home at2 Montage Court is listed for $670,000. Picture: realestate.com.auOF all the different types of homes buyers could choose from, if you offering one like this for sale, you are sure to find a buyer.New research has revealed Queensland’s ideal house and it appears our tastes are pretty simple.The most searched for type of house according to realestate.com.au is a four-bedroom house with a two-car garage, two bathrooms and 708sq m of land.Searchers are generally looking at a median house price of $520,000 to buy this.That’s a big come down in spend from April last year, when searchers were looking to spend a median of $650,000 and were after the same house on a smaller 665sq m block.