BRISBANE is leading the nation in all four property performance indicators for the first time in more than a decade — defying the downturn gripping the other mainland capital cities.
BRISBANE is the only Australian capital to come away from July with a rise in home values, with latest data showing every other major city has gone backwards.
While Sydney’s rental vacancy rates are a concern for Australia’s property market as they hit a 13 year high, other cities are reaping the benefits as investors look elsewhere to explore other opportunities.
A WORKING class suburb in Brisbane has beaten the bluechips to pull off the highest growth the state has seen in the past decade.
An increasing demand for luxury property in the recovering Brisbane market has seen the river city take out 19th place on Knight Frank's 2018 Prime Global Cities Index.
IF you live in these suburbs you may well have heard the ka-ching as Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison announced massive funding for Brisbane.
BRISBANE is kicking goals, emerging as the most affordable option for buyers and with the best rental return for investors of all the East Coast cities.
The rental vacancy rate in Brisbane's inner-city has tightened, while the market has eased slightly in the suburbs.
BRISBANE has emerged as the only major property bright spot on the horizon, with experts predicting a pricing boost for the River City over the next year.
Queensland’s population is projected to reach 5 million by May, according to new data published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). This strong growth is likely to translate to a stronger demand for property.