Brighter Buying

Market update: Where are the growth spots in Brisbane?

by Tiana Toledo, Sales Associate 1 November 2023

As we recently reported Brisbane prices have reached a record high, and some suburbs have seen bigger growth spurts than others.

Many of the biggest gains have been seen on the south side which means there is potential for great value buying here on the north before the price growth party steps up a gear.

Nathan, Mt Gravatt and Sunnybank all clocked up dwelling value growth in excess of 10 per cent over the past year.

On the north side, the largest jumps were recorded in the inner city suburbs which saw an 8.4 per cent increase, and in Nundah which clocked up 7.9 per cent growth.

The good news for north side buyers is that many of our perennially popular areas continue to offer affordable buying while still enjoying the benefits of solid growth potential.

Stafford Heights and Chermside West continue to be rated by Property Update as top spots to buy in Brisbane. For $800,000 to $900,000 buyers, older style post-war houses with good bones and renovation potential offer good value buying and growth potential.

Buyers looking for units and townhouses have a variety of choices. Units in Chermside offer price tags in the $400,000 range with proximity to the vibrant Westfield precinct and convenient transport options.

Check out the CoreLogic list of Brisbane suburbs which saw the greatest price growth in the 12 months to September 2023:

  • Nathan 13.3%
  • Mt Gravatt 12.3%
  • Sunnybank 10.1%
  • Brisbane Inner – North – 8.4%
  • Rocklea – Acacia Ridge – 8.2%
  • Holland Park – Yeronga – 7.9%
  • Nundah – 7.9%
  • Ipswich Inner – 7.8%
  • Beenleigh – 7.7%
  • Forest Lake – 6.8%

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