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Dwelling Values See National Decrease


15 November 2018

Since the national index peaked 12 months ago, dwelling values have decreased by 2.7% - hardly a crash and a slower rate of decline relative to the previous housing market downturn which ran between June of 2010 and 2012. Despite other capital cities seeing a decrease, Brisbane continued increase by 0.8%.

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Brisbane Housing Update - October


15 November 2018

It’s been good news for Brissy home owners over the last few months as the Brisbane housing market remains in the positive growth territory with dwelling values reaching a new record high in September.

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National Listings in Spring See Increase


15 November 2018

Despite listing numbers starting to wind up, the number of freshly listed property remains well below the previous years. This is reflecting a deterioration in vendor confidence nation-wide.

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Queenslanders Willing to Forgo the Holiday to Buy First Home


13 November 2018

Westpac’s 2018 Home Ownership Report found that two in five home buyers nationally are willing to get a second job or work overtime to get onto the property ladder, with saving for a deposit remaining the main hurdle for achieve the dream. But the survey found Queenslanders to be less willing put in the extra hours as 3...

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Brisbane Steps Out of Shadows


8 November 2018

According to former treasurer Peter Costello, Brisbane's 2018 levels in median price growth compared to southern capital cities and our prices in relation to wages are both back to the 2003 levels. As spoken about in other posts, Brisbane’s slow capital growth over recent years and an increase in interstate mig...

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