So you should. Brisbane is tipped to lead the nation in capital growth in the near term.
But as most Brissie locals know, Brisbane is not one property market. There are some big divides that separate lifestyle and budget.
Buyers will want to weigh up options north or south of the river, or inner, middle or outer ring burbs.
“It takes on the ground knowledge and some content to understand the less desirable areas, the flood locations, and undulating areas,” reports Property Update.
“On the flip side, if you get the location right, you will be rewarded with above-average capital growth and be able to set yourself up for the next stage of the property cycle, while others tread water.”
Last week we reported on #5 entry level suburbs that should be on your radar.
This week we’re sharing tips for middle and inner ring buys that are worth exploring.
These are suburbs with a good mix of owner occupiers, families, favourable schools and other desirable amenities.
Investors and growth seekers should check out these #7 middle and inner ring favourites tipped for good things, according to Property Update.
- Holland Park