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Market Update: These Northside Brisbane Suburbs are tipped for greatness in 2022

by Dan D'Silva, Property Consultant 13 January 2022

If nothing else, the past two years have shown us that property market predictions are a high-risk game. Through pandemic lows we’ve seen property price growth highs.

More than a few key commentators – not the least of which include our big banks and top bureaucrats – have reversed growth forecasts time and time again.

So has that stopped a swag of experts sharing their top tips for the boom suburbs of 2022? Of course not!

Brisbane overall is tipped for strong growth this year as it continues to close the growth gap with southern capitals and rides early momentum ahead of the 2032 Olympics.

It’s not surprising that experts surveyed by identified a number of suburbs with Olympic stadium proximity amongst the hot spots most likely to boom in the year ahead.

But it’s not all about the south side. Here on the north, some of our perennial favourites and ‘sleeper suburbs’ are tipped for continued gentrification and with that comes growth.

Chermside West and Stafford have long been investor faves and with median values in the $800,000s you can find some good value buying.

Further out, in Bray Park and Strathpine you can still find a bargain still in the ballpark of the high $500’s price range.

For those with a bit more cash in the kitty it’s all about Wavell Heights and Kedron.

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