Brisbane is shaping up to outperform other capital cities, according to the January 2019 Queensland Market Report from Your Investment Property Magazine.
“Good things appear to be on the horizon for Brisbane,” the magazine reports. “While property price growth has been slow over the past few years, this city still shows the most potential for growth in the next three years.”
More specifically, the north side is tipped to see particular interest from buyers.
Closer to the city you can still pick up homes in the $700,000 to $750,000 range, while new developments are creating a corridor of growth potential spanning north to Redcliffe.
Petrie is preparing to welcome a new university, North Lakes has come of age and the train link to Redcliffe is breathing new life into the bay side region.
And our tried and true middle ring suburbs continue to offer that appealing blend of affordability and amenity.