News & Market Insights

Brisbane is Australia's new luxury market growth capital

Thursday 16 May 2019

BRISBANE has been named Australia’s top capital for price growth in the luxury residential market for the first time, outshining Sydney and Melbourne and some of the world’s wealthiest cities.
Source: The Courier Mail 16 May, 2019

Brisbane ... Rents hold strong at record prices

Wednesday 10 April 2019

Brisbane landlords are now back in the driver’s seat, with asking rents holding at record high prices, new data shows.
The median asking rent for houses increased from $400 a week to $410 in the December quarter, lifting for the first time in nearly three years – and the latest Domain Rental Report released on Thursday showed those prices continued to hold strong over the first quarter of 2019.
Source: Domain 10 April, 2019

Time to buy a Brisbane apartment is now, leading analyst says

Friday 1 March 2019

Inner Brisbane “appears to be headed toward undersupply within the next 12 to 18 months”, according to the report, which makes a return to sustained capital growth in the apartment market an increasingly likely scenario.
Less stock was coming to market, which meant increased demand and likely price growth.
Source: The Courier Mail 1 March, 2019

Construction Under Way on Brisbane’s First High Rise School

Tuesday 13 November 2018

Construction has kicked-off on Queensland’s first vertical school set to call Brisbane’s city-fringe suburb of Fortitude Valley home.

National Vacancy Rate Tightens to 2%: SQM

Tuesday 13 November 2018

The national residential vacancy rate fell to just 2 per cent in October, driven down by falling vacancies in many of Australia’s smaller cities and marking its lowest level since early 2014.

Revealed: the $70 billion hidden boon that the river brings to Brisbane

Thursday 18 October 2018

Without the Brisbane River, the city would be almost $70 billion poorer - losing out on $55 billion generated by port trade and cruise ship movements, $7 billion in infrastructure investment and more than $7.3 billion in current and future tourist dollars.

Property Market Heats Up

Friday 7 September 2018