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Top #10 Queensland growth suburbs of the past decade

by Kate Watt, Marketing Manager 19 July 2018

If you had a crystal ball 10 years ago you might have thrown it out if it told you that a daggy Logan suburb would beat blue chip Brisbane houses over a decade long capital growth race.

But that is exactly what has happened with a recent report showing Underwood was the highest growth suburb in Queensland over the past 10 years, seeing a whopping 65.5 per cent increase in property prices.

Perennial favourite Ashgrove came in second with 53.4% taking its median house price to over the magic million mark.

Sunnybank, which has seen some years of increasing popularity amongst Chinese buyers, took third place at 50.7 per cent.

Also north of the river was the iconic Brissie burb of Paddo. No surprises there. It rounded out the top #10 clocking up a growth increase of 41.2 per cent.

To the west, St Lucia (46.9 per cent) and Fig Tree Pocket (42.1 per cent) also feature in the top #10.

While Brissie burbs dominated the top #10 list for houses, for units it was a different story with the Gold Coast taking 8 of the 10 top spots, reports Property Update.

Check out Queensland’s top #10 suburbs for house price growth over a decade:

  • Underwood 65.6%
  • Ashgrove 53.4%
  • Sunnybank 50.7%
  • Hawthorne 49.6%
  • St Lucia 46.9%
  • Fig Tree Pocket 42.1%
  • Sunnybank Hills 41.5%
  • Holland Park West 41.4%
  • Holland Park 41.4%
  • Paddington 41.2%

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