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After the market started turning around halfway through the year, vendors in Melbourne have become more and more optimistic about property price movements. 3,306 Australian vendors were surveyed last quarter on the expectations for price movement with Brisbane vendors the most optimistic they’ve been since the beginning of 2018. In the most recent quarter, 67%
Whether you’ve been saving up for a mansion or you’re looking to invest in Brisbane’s most affluent areas, knowing the most expensive suburbs might be helpful for you. If you’re looking to buy, you’ll be pleased to know that you can get more bang for your buck in Brisbane compared to Sydney and Melbourne. If
People often spend countless hours diligently scrolling through realestate.com.au and domain.com.au searching for their dream home or investment property. But when it comes time to make a decision to buy a home, many people spend about the same time inspecting a property as they do buying a pair of shoes or watching half an episode
If you’re considering purchasing a property in Brisbane, whether to live in or as an investment, you might find yourself not quite sure where to start. After all, Brisbane has been an interesting property market over the last few years; it was predicted to perform strongly, only to suffer from a massive apartment oversupply and sluggish
If the mere thought of an auction gives you heart palpitations, buying a property through private treaty is the logical way to avoid the stressful bidding war. But what happens when you make an offer on a property, only to discover you’re not the only interested party?! You’ve entered guerrilla territory, but never fear — it
With Brisbane now well and truly on the investment buyers’ radar, competition is growing for properties that offer investors great value and potential return on investment. Many interstate buyers are choosing to do their own legwork in the Brisbane market, or are engaging buyers’ agents from Sydney or Melbourne to do their research for them.
A recent column, Bernard Salt has stated that Brisbane will play catch up over the next decade in its quest to become a major metropolis like Sydney and Melbourne. In another article, I explained why the last 10 years for Brisbane has been nothing short of disappointing in terms of growth, in particular capital growth.
While the Sydney and Melbourne property markets have been hogging all the headlines, Brisbane has been quietly chugging along in the background. But for how much longer will it be on the back pages? The latest CoreLogic data showed that for the last few months Sydney and Melbourne property prices were flat, yet Brisbane’s increased