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Monday, December 24 2018
Southeast Queensland's top growth suburbs

According to the Real Estate Institute of Queensland’s Queensland Market Monitor a number of outer Brisbane suburbs reported a double-digit annual median house price growth in the range of 10 per cent to 17 per cent for the past year. Go here for full article

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Tuesday, December 18 2018
NRAS Mark II - Labor offers subsidies to investors

Labor has announced a ten-year plan to build 250,000 new homes

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Monday, December 17 2018
Cross River Rail Priority Development Area Declared for Underground Station

The Queensland government has declared a Cross River Rail Priority Development Area as it prepares to build a new underground station in the heart of Brisbane city. Go here for full article

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Wednesday, December 12 2018
SEQ Property delivers record house prices

A solidly performing southeast corner property market beat predictions of doom and gloom as Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast all posted record annual median house prices in the September quarter of the REIQ Queensland Market Monitor report. Read full report here

Posted by: Greg Carroll AT 06:08 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
Wednesday, December 05 2018
Brisbane unexciting and safe HTW

Here is how HTW's year in review describes Brisbane

As an overall performer, Brisbane was “unexciting and safe”.

“We are now used to being a modest but positive performer when it comes to capital growth.”

Across the Brisbane market, the inner-city and near city addresses have been tightly held in 2018.

 

“Not surprising really – these locations are perennially strong performers,” the report said.Brisbane's middle ring also fired up in 2018 and remained desirable due to affordability and proximity to lifestyle nodes, infrastructure and public transport.Thanks to major infrastructure projects such as continued works on Queens Wharf and the Howard Smith Wharves, Brisbane gained a “more positive profile” in 2018.

Where is Brisbane on the property clock? Herron Todd White says Brisbane is a "rising market". 

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