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Brisbane Emerges from Shutdown with Growth Prospects Intact
Brisbane was poised for growth early in 2020 and is now emerging strongly from the Covid-19 shutdown phase with its prospects intact.
The key element set to drive the Brisbane economy and property market is the infrastructure spend, with multiple projects under way across Brisbane with more in the pipeline.
Population data is also favourable, the affordability comparison(with Sydney & Melbourne) is helpful, surveyed investors say they are targeting Brisbane – and the major piece of the puzzle previously missing, infrastructure spending, is starting to happen.
Because of those factors, we believe Brisbane will revive quickly in the recovery-from-corona phase.
Our latest Top 5 Brisbane Hotspots include the areas that we have identified as those with the best prospects for returns and future capital growth. These recommendations are based on exhaustive analysis of the data and Terry Ryder’s 35+ years of experience as a property analyst.
Regional Queensland Markets Maintain Strong Performance Levels
Regional Queensland has achieved something that few jurisdictions across Australia have managed: it has maintained its previous high levels of well-performing markets in defiance of Covid-19. The Winter 2020 survey conducted by Hotspotting has identified 54 growth markets and 30 consistency markets, down only marginally on the results of the previous (Autumn 2020) survey, which found 55 growth locations and 34 consistency ones.
The Autumn survey results comprised the strongest performance by Regional Queensland in three years and the results of our latest survey are only slightly inferior.
The number of “declining” markets has reduced (from 12 to six to four in recent surveys) and there are now few danger markets outside of the perennial struggler, Mount Isa. Compared to the sharp deterioration in the results of other major jurisdictions across the nation, this is a commendable performance – and provides further evidence that regional areas have done much better in the pandemic period than the biggest capital cities.
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