Brighter Buying

#10 Suburbs where demand is triple the Brissie average

by Kate Watt, Marketing Manager 25 July 2019

Houses in Brisbane’s most sought-after suburbs of 2019 are clocking up three to four times the listing views of the average Brisbane home.

There are few surprises on the list which includes perennially popular blue chip burbs as well as trending hot spots.

And, we’re pleased to say, most of these bright burbs are on the north side.

Toowong topped the list with 3815 views per listing, compared to the Brisbane average of 1006.

The inner north faves of Windsor and Wilston took out 2nd and 6th place respectively.

Edging towards the middle ring, Newmarket snuck in at 10th place.

REA chief economist Nerida Conisbee said tracking increasing demand was one way to pick price growth.

“Demand is a good one to look at because high demand suburbs generally outperform the rest of the market,” she said.

“It shows where the market is right now, what buyers want and where they want to live.”

Check out Brisbane’s most in-demand suburbs for the first six months of 2019.

Average number of listing views for houses:

  1. Toowong — 3815
  2. Windsor — 3702
  3. Paddington — 3681
  4. Greenslopes — 3646
  5. New Farm — 3642
  6. Wilston — 3526
  7. Holland Park — 3469
  8. Ashgrove — 3435
  9. Camp Hill — 3407
  10. Newmarket — 3400

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