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Fastest Selling Suburbs

If you snooze, you lose. These are the suburbs where property is selling fastest. Brendale, 17kms from Brisbane CBD topped the list, with houses selling within 9 days of hitting the market. Only 13 houses sold in the small, north side suburb in the last 12 months. And with an affordable median...

Brisbane's Foodie Hotspots

Can you smell the coffee in your suburb? Brisbane’s café culture is fuelling the property market, with buyers prepared to pay a premium for suburbs that offer lifestyle and convenience. Brisbane inner ring has always been a strong dining destination, but suburbs in Brisbane’s middle ring are...

Baby Boomers Drive Brisbane's Property Boom

Property experts have regarded Brisbane as the best capital city for property investment in 2018.  A side effect of the Sydney property boom is seeing homeowners using built up equity in their Sydney-based homes to invest in property further north. With the Sydney median house price more than $1...

Coronis: Best In Digital

Originally published as: “Tech, yes, but don’t skimp on personal service, says top niche network” on realestatebusiness.com.au As the business of real estate continues to evolve, the influence on it of technology will continue to be magnified, but one prominent Queensland network has said that it...

Land Shrinking But Prices Rising

Brisbane’s land sizes are shrinking, but prices are rising. According to the latest data, Brisbane backyards are nearly 30 per cent smaller than they were 10 years ago. The median property lot size has reduced by 27.8 per cent to 434 sqm. In December 2007, 601 sqm was considered an average property...

What Buyers Want

New data reveals 10 per cent of Brisbane homeowners are keen to upsize this year, and for many, this meant a larger block. In addition to families growing and needing more bedrooms and bigger backyards, the trend of buying renovator homes on larger blocks is on the rise, particularly for...

How Loud Is Your Suburb?

Do you live in a noisy suburb? A Brisbane start-up company has identified the quietest and nosiest suburbs in Brisbane’s local government area. Traffic, aircrafts, business directories, zoning maps and other secret sources were analysed to determine the suburbs noise level. Property experts...

Up and Coming Brisbane Suburbs

The latest data from Domain Group has identified five Brisbane suburbs where house prices hit more than $800,000. While the south side suburb of Camp Hill may have previously played in the shadows of Coorparoo, it’s now emerged as one of its own, with a 13 per cent rise in house prices during...

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