Brisbane lags, but brighter prospects ahead
Mining towns help the sunshine state recover slowly but surely
Many of Queensland’s regional coastal markets are at a later stage of the property cycle than that of the major centres located in the south of the state. Small coastal towns provide the opportunity for holiday or sea change housing options as well as comparatively affordable entry points to such markets.
The Brisbane market is set to cool a little from its white-hot 2007 performance, but still retain its mantle as one of the countries best growth regions.
Rising house prices moving attention to units and apartments
With quarterly capital growth in several regions reaching almost three times the state average, Queensland remains a hot favourite with investors. Plenty of opportunities still remain for properties with solid rental returns in areas of high capital growth.
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