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What the data is showing about the Brisbane property market in 2020

Hotspotting

Release Date: 03/04/2020

Beyond Locations: Investment Fundamentals for a Portfolio Grade Strategy show art Beyond Locations: Investment Fundamentals for a Portfolio Grade Strategy

Hotspotting

When we consider property investing, location is usually at the forefront of people's minds. And for good reason. But is this the right starting point?

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Australia’s Infrastructure-led Property Boom: National Top 10 Hotspots show art Australia’s Infrastructure-led Property Boom: National Top 10 Hotspots

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Federal and state political leaders intend to generate an infrastructure-led economic recovery in Australia. This will turbocharge the residential property boom which is already well under way across the nation. Infrastructure spending is always a key driver of growth in residential property markets and government plans to fast-track shovel-ready projects will enhance the established trend of rising markets in many parts of Australia. The research conducted daily by the Hotspotting team places considerable emphasis on announcements of major new infrastructure developments. The best places to...

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It’s puzzled many property observers in recent years. Why has Brisbane been so quiet? But not any more. Brisbane’s time to shine has arrived. Sales activity has soared in the past six months and prices are starting to rise. This dramatic change in the Brisbane market – from dormant to dynamic – is happening for clearly identifiable reasons. All the drivers that propel property markets forward are now in alignment. Brisbane is now one of the nation’s most compelling markets. It’s becoming recognised as the place to invest and a city ripe for new activity by property...

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The current market presents a perfect storm for real estate investors if they buy sensibly in the right locations. In our free webinar on 17 March, leading investment expert Danny Buxton of Triple Zero Property Group will discuss why this is so with Hotspotting founder Terry Ryder. Vacancies are almost zero Rents are increasing Buyer demand is strong Prices are rising quickly The boom has longevity because there are multiple strong drivers. The key for investors is to find ways to "future proof" their investments. Buxton says investors need to be careful about where and what they buy, to...

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Regional Queensland right now is one of the nation’s leading boom markets.   It has more locations with rising sales activity than any other market jurisdiction in the nation, including all the capital cities.   There are growth markets up and down the Queensland coast, from the Gold Coast in the south to Cairns in the north, and heading inland to important regional cities like Toowoomba.   Perhaps the standout feature is the uptick in activity and prices in the past three or four months.   Three months ago, when I did our quarterly survey of sales activity, I found 72...

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Some of the investors and others jumping into the rising property boom are buying without care and due diligence.

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The property market has seen a dramatic turnaround following a COVID-19 induced downturn in 2020. How long will this next boom last? And what is driving the market? In this live webinar we will be discussing a range of locations in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Newcastle that investors should consider for their next investment. We will also be looking at the drivers in the economy and uncover the potential pitfalls that could wobble the property market. Multi-award-winning Buyers’ Agent Rich Harvey, CEO of Propertybuyer and respected researcher and commentator Terry Ryder Founder of...

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The strongest trend to impact Australian real estate in the 21st Century is currently sweeping the nation. The Exodus to Affordable Lifestyle is creating growth is regional cities and towns which is out-performing the big cities. The fringe areas of major cities, regional cities, hill change towns and sea change enclaves are all beneficiaries of this compelling trend. While property prices have been muted in the two biggest cities, smaller cities and regional locations are experiencing strong demand and price uplift. Ultra-low vacancy rates are another element of the strength of these markets,...

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Depreciation expert Peter Foldes of  and Hotspotting founder Terry Ryder presented a webinar last February 17th that gave you a comprehensive overview of property depreciation in 2021. New and existing property investors need to maximise their returns and depreciation is often a neglected area. With legislative changes at both federal and state levels, keeping on top of your entitlements is paramount.

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Vacancy rates in our already-tight rental markets fell in six of the capital cities and were unchanged in the other two in January, according to the monthly report from SQM Research.   The national average vacancy rate fell from 2.2% in December to 2% in January, but five capital cities – Perth, Adelaide, Canberra, Darwin and Hobart – all have vacancy rates below 1%, while Brisbane sits at 1.7%.   Throughout regional Australia, many centres have vacancy rates below 1% in what represents a national rental crisis for people seeking tenancies.   The industry benchmark is that...

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The Brisbane market is showing meaningful improvement and appears ready for a long overdue boom. Every statistic that matters depicts uplift in the market and prices are expected to rise in 2020. Find out which areas are predicted to perform strongly in our latest edition of the Top 5 Brisbane Hotspots report.