The Brisbane housing market saw the highest rental yields with with gross rental yield for Units at 5.3%.
Brisbane experienced the third highest rate of dwelling value growth over the growth cycle to date; dwelling values in the city are now up 18 per cent.
Brisbane house values are up 6.7 per cent compared with a 1.2 per cent increase in unit values.
CoreLogic’s latest Settlement Risk report shows Inner Brisbane has almost 17,500 units due to settle over the next two years.
Rental markets have continued along their soft path, with capital city rents holding steady over the month, but down 0.2 per cent compared with a year ago.
The results are very different across the cities, however, a substantial performance gap favouring detached homes is evident in Brisbane.
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