The city’s rental yield is the second highest across all capital cities.
Brisbane is set to defy the expected downturn in prices.
Dwelling price gains in the city are keeping pace with those of Sydney and Melbourne.
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The price gains achieved by capital cities over the past year is the third fastest episode of house price growth in history.
Around one in 10 owners have moved to another location and have no plans of going back.
Prices are likely to reach their peak next year, before declining by around 10% in 2023.
Demand for new homes and multi-unit apartments are likely to remain elevated, which could lead to increased construction costs.
The price surge amid lockdowns have shifted buyers preferences for affordability and value for money.
The South Australian capital managed to defy the seasonal slowdown of the housing market during the third quarter of the year.
Recent market indicators show the city’s strong performance is apparent across all price segments.
Experts are urging investors to watch the market closely and plan their next moves carefully.
Groups are lambasting the proposed windfall gains tax, which could harm regional housing markets.
There are currently no agreed evidence to correlate money laundering to a strong property market.
Renovators and home builders should brace themselves for persistently high construction costs over the next 12 to 18 months.
Broadbeach – Burleigh is one of the top-performing markets across the country, recording robust price gains over the year.
Homes in one Sydney suburb have an average hold period of 22 years.
The city recently recorded its strongest monthly dwelling price gain since November 2003.
One big bank is expecting the RBA to raise the cash rate by as early as 2022.
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