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Investors should check out these #3 north Brissie hot spots before prices rebound

by Kate Watt, Marketing Manager 14 March 2024

Houses in Chermside West, Stafford and Stafford Heights saw prices drop over a 12 month period, but they remain on an expert hot spot list.

With solid growth fundamentals and a positive property market tipped for Brissie in 2024, now could be a good time to explore buying to catch the rebound.

Other hot spots on the list saw mega growth over the same period, including Wilston which clocked up 37.7 per cent.

But short term fluctuations can mask the long term potential of a suburb.

“…while growth is on the mind of every investor, importantly these locations could also be considered recession-resistant,” reports Property Update.

“That’s because each of these noteworthy suburbs is close to major employment hubs, they have bulletproof school catchments and immediate access to public transport and local infrastructure.”

Check out the full list of Brisbane suburbs Property Update experts are watching in 2024, and their 12-month change in house prices.

  • Wilston, 37.70%Remove featured image
  • Teneriffe, 20.80%
  • New Farm, 17.40%
  • Ascot, 16.70%
  • Ashgrove, 16.00%
  • Wavell Heights, 6.10%
  • Highgate Hill, 6.00%
  • Taringa, 3.10%
  • Keperra, 1.40%
  • Mansfield, -0.50%
  • Cannon Hill, -2.60%
  • Stafford, -3.20%
  • Tarragindi, -3.90%
  • Stafford Heights, -4.20%
  • Chermside West, -4.20%
  • Holland Park, -5.20%

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