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#12 Brissie hot spots tipped to surge

by Kate Watt, Marketing Manager 30 October 2019

Brisbane remains firmly in the sights of savvy buyers targeting strong growth potential and these latest hot spot tips will help you hit the bullseye.

Not surprisingly, suburbs circling the “mini CBD” of Chermside are tipped to enjoy continued popularity with investors and families looking for entry level buying from $550,000.
“Chermside West offers families all the benefits without all the hustle and bustle,” reports Property Update. “Add to that two major Hospitals and a strong school catchment, you start to understand that it has strong investment credentials.”
Neighbouring Stafford Heights is also tipped to reap the rewards of ongoing urban renewal as new buyers breathe new life and mojo into post war properties.
“… this suburb is really starting to hit the radars of families and investors alike,” reports Property Update. “With a number of retirees moving on and government housing hitting the open market, professional couples and families are starting to take over and really put some money into the area, spending up big on their homes and transforming the area.”
Also high on the entry-level buying hot list is the north side suburb of Keperra which continues to offer some bargain basement buying.
Moving into the middle ring and inner city, Wilston and Ascot are also primed for north side greatness.
Check out the full list of #12 suburbs tipped for sustained growth.

Entry level $550,000 to $700,000

  • Chermside West
  • Stafford Heights
  • Keperra
  • Mansfield

Middle ring $700,000 to $1 million

  • Wilston
  • Tarragindi
  • Taringa
  • Cannon Hill

Inner city upwards of $1 million

  • Ascot
  • New Farm
  • Teneriffe
  • Highgate Hill

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