Southeast Queensland suburbs set for growth

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The Sunshine State has a lot to offer and many want to reap the benefits of living in Queensland. Despite COVID-19, Queensland property market has weathered the pandemic blow pretty well with stable property prices throughout the past six months.

According to new data compiled by Select Residential Property (SRP) house prices in growth areas are set to rise by more than 20 per cent in the next three years. The new data reveals the top five suburbs with the highest potential to grow in the next three years are Carina Heights, Mounts Gravatt, Mansfield, Chapel Heights and Graceville.

With the most affordable out of the growth suburbs being Keperra, with a median price of $547,000 and is expected to grow by seven per cent per years to more than $700,000 in three years, and Carina Heights topping the top five list with the current median price of $698,000. The trend overflows to other Southeast Queensland areas like Gold Coast, Ipswich, Logan, and Moreton Bay.

Top 10 Brisbane Suburbs

If you have any questions about the suburbs on the list, make sure to contact our Coorparoo and Arana Hills teams here.

Top 5 Gold Coast Suburbs

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Top 5 Ipswich Suburbs

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Top 5 Logan Suburbs

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Top 5 Moreton Bay Suburbs

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These areas are flourishing and will hold incredible value for the years to come, so if you’re thinking of selling, buying or investing, make sure to check out these areas. We're here to help you through the property journey the best we can. Contact our team of real estate professionals in your area today. 

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