Brisbane real estate price trends are expected to continue to attract strong demand for homes, particularly in lifestyle areas, with the average property price in Brisbane likely to deliver double-digit capital growth over the next 12 months.
Based on my own personal research and investigation via various property research analysts, I have highlighted those strong and stable suburbs that have shown both consistent historical growth and also have the right demographics to suggest future long-term growth.
These city fringe suburbs selected are my specialty areas when buying property for my clients as typically we work within 15km of Brisbane’s CBD.
- New Farm/Teneriffe
- Highgate Hill
- Holland Park
- Cannon Hill
- Wavell Heights
- Stafford Heights
Due to the COVID 19 Pandemic, we are living our lives in a different way, with many considering how we can adopt a new norm to have the ability to work, live and play all within 20 minutes of home.
Neighbourhood is now more important than ever and if you can leave your home and be within walking distance of, or a short trip to, a great shopping strip, your favourite coffee shop, amenities and a great park, appear to be very attractive to investors.
These selected suburbs are home to some of Brisbane’s most in-demand locations, these are leafy, liveable suburbs and it’s where I’ve raised my own family.
Prices will continue to soar and demand will increase, so working with a Buyers Advocate will get you ahead of other buyers to ensure you can secure your slice of Brisbane.