Your New Rental Valuation
Land values across South-East Queensland will be increasing later this after the Queensland Government issued new valuations last Wednesday.
In the Brisbane area alone, the median rise in value is 7.1 per cent to $455,000. The top suburb in the list is Rocklea, which saw an increase in 31 per cent. Inner city suburbs have seen moderate increases too with Woolloongabba's land value rising 26.1 per cent.
The valuations will be used for local government rating, state land tax and state land rental purposes. They take effect on June 30, and any objections can be submitted online until the 7th of May.
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