In Brisbane, house values were 4.0% higher over the past twelve months compared with a 0.2% rise in unit values over the same period.
Brisbane unit market isn’t showing the same level of capital gains with unit values, virtually holding steady over the past year with a growth rate of just 0.2%.
Interstate migration has started to accelerate into Queensland now which is a firm sign that housing demand is increasing.
Adelaide and Brisbane also saw dwelling values continue to trend higher at a sustainable pace with increases of 3.4% and 3.7% respectively in these cities over the past twelve months.
Brisbane, house values were 4.0% higher over the past twelve months compared with a 0.2% rise in unit values over the same period.
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