Inner north suburbs New Farm and Fortitude Valley also made the cut, which was dominated by Brisbane suburbs. Check out the full list of top #10 suburbs below.
Vendors can be big winners if they know where investors are looking, according to Realestate.com.au Queensland sales manager Marini Peries, quoted on news.com.au. “Knowing where these areas are can give sellers confidence once they put their property on the market as it highlights that there will be a high number of investors searching for property in their suburb,” she told news.com.au.
The data showed a clear investor preference for capital growth over cash flow with the highest yield suburbs not making the top #10 cut. But for those of you who consider yourselves cash flow investors, the news.com.au article highlighted two-bedroom units in Kingston (8.9%), two-bedroom units in Beenleigh (8%) and one-bedroom units in Stafford (7.9%) amongst Queensland’s top yield performers.
Top #10 most searched for suburbs by investors in Queensland:
- South Brisbane
- West End
- New Farm
- Fortitude Valley