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Property Prices vs. School Catchment Zones

Changes made to Brisbane’s school catchments zones are affecting property prices across Brisbane’s greater region. The state government released new school catchment maps last week, which revealed big changes. Brisbane State High School’s catchment zone could be cut by 25 per cent to manage...

What Is Your Suburb Worth?

Do you know the value of your property? Click here to find out. Median sale prices are up across the state, stabilising the sought-after Queensland property market. Queensland’s annual median house price has increased 19.4 per cent from $402,000 in June 2013, to $480,000 to June 2018. Use the graph...

Best Suburbs for Sellers

The best season to sell is here – home values and listings are performing will, despite cooling in southern states. Queensland’s capital is currently seeing more homes hit the market in time for spring, the same time buyers begin to emerge from hibernation. New research from realestate.com.au has...

Top 10 Growth Suburbs: Brisbane

Brisbane’s median house price has hit a record high of $673,000 after an increase of 2.5 per cent in the past year. The market in Brisbane’s local government area (LGA) has grown almost 30 per cent in the past five years thanks to “steady, sustainable growth”. House prices in the Greater Brisbane...

Top 10 Sunshine Coast Suburbs

The Sunshine Coast has been hailed the hottest place to invest in Australia.  Supply outweighs demand when it comes to housing availability, a tight rental market and a rapidly growing population specifically fuelled by interstate migration. These 10 Sunshine Coast suburbs have been identified as...

SEQ's Highest House Price Growth

Some Brisbane suburbs have experience up to 90 per cent house price growth in the past five years. Queensland’s Southeast corner achieved phenomenal growth in the past 5 years, with four of the top ten suburbs situated in Brisbane. Property experts say “there’s something for everyone in New Farm”...

Brisbane's Best Foodie Suburbs

Brisbane’s best foodie suburbs have been revealed. The top 10 foodie suburbs were ranked on their Zomato score, with only 0.20 separating first and tenth place. New Farm and Teneriffe were crowned the foodie capital of Brisbane, with a 3.65 out of 5 score. Trendy cafes, bars and “something always...

Where Home Values Are Rising

With the Spring selling season just around the corner, CoreLogic has identified six Brisbane regions as clear selling markets. Brisbane's west was identified as the best performing region over the past 12 months, with a 4.8 per cent rise in home values. Houses in Fig Tree Pocket led the way with a...

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