Ever wondered what are the top performing Brisbane suburbs for capital growth? The Domain Group has recently released a list of the top performing Brisbane suburbs over the last decade. And the winners are… But, how does that compare to the Brisbane averages? Well back in 2008, the median Brisbane house price was around $420,000.
Brisbane housing values have held reasonably firm over the past few years, however recently market conditions have softened a bit and the annual change in values has turned negative for the first time since 2012. CoreLogic has released their newest housing market update for March 2019. You can also check out the local reports for Sydney and
Brisbane`s housing market has remained absolutely flat over the past twelve months, with a 0.1% gain in house values helping to offset the half percent decline in unit values over the year. CoreLogic has released their newest housing market update for February 2019. You can also check out the local reports for Sydney and Melbourne. The
If you’re looking to buy a house in Brisbane this year, you might be wondering how much you need to earn. Property prices in Brisbane are on the rise, meaning you might want to purchase sooner rather than later. According to new data on Australian salaries and mortgage repayments, those looking to buy a house
Brisbane is full of family friendly suburbs with an array of schools, parks and recreational facilities. For young families, finding an affordable home is often an important consideration. If you’re looking to buy a property for your young family these 5 areas of Brisbane are definitely worth taking a look at. 1. Springfield Springfield is
With leading Economists tipping Brisbane to lead the nation for capital growth over the next few years, I suggest you do your research before jumping on in! BIS Schrapnel has predicted 13% growth for Brisbane out until 2021 and a recent report by QBE Insurance has predicted 11%. Whatever the outcome, it is clear that
Dwelling value growth across Qld remains lackluster with falls over the quarter. Over the third quarter of 2018, Brisbane dwelling values increased by 0.1% while across regional Qld values fell by -0.6%. Brisbane dwelling values increased by 0.8% over the 12 months to September 2018 while in regional Qld values increased by a slower 0.2%.
Despite most areas in Australia experiencing a decline in property values over the past year, the Brisbane property market has remained somewhat stable, and even expericncing reasonable price growth in a number of suburbs. Property values for both houses and units are likely to grow in 2019 with new construction in decline, population growth and
Brisbane values have continues to hold reasonably firm, with dwelling values edging 0.1% higher over the month to be 0.3% higher over the year – essentially a flat market. Core Logic has released their newest housing market update for December 2018. You can also check out the local reports for Sydney and Melbourne. The annual change in dwelling