Brighter Buying

Brisbane set to benefit from emerging investor interest

by Kate Watt, Marketing Manager 12 November 2020

Investors may have cooled their heels when the pandemic took hold early this year, but with the continued easing of restrictions, more and more are making a comeback.

New stats show investor lending rose just over 5 per cent in September, marking a recovery to pre-pandemic levels, reports RateCity.

As Sydney and Melbourne rental markets struggle with the loss of international visitors, Brissie looks set to benefit.

The Property Investment Association of Australia annual sentiment survey showed 36 per cent of investors planned to buy in Brisbane; and data from SQM Research shows that demand is outperforming supply.

“Stock is really becoming a major issue in many parts of Brisbane,” Your Property Your Wealth buyers agent Daniel Walsh told RateCity.

“In some locations, such as the Redlands and parts of Moreton Bay, you have to use all of your networks and professional know-how to secure a property.”

All that points to a continued solid recovery in a market that held up incredibly well throughout the unprecedented challenges of 2020.

It is more important than ever to talk to your local agents to give yourself the best chance of securing high quality properties as they come to market — or to secure an off-market deal before it hits the pages of

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