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A new report has found Queenslanders are the most well off of all Australians, thanks to their homes – with half of homeowners in the capital expecting properties to increase in value this year.
A phenomenal 96 per cent of Brisbane homeowners expect their property to hold or increase in value this year.
It’s a very different picture from the rest of the country with national figures showing 13% expect the value of their property to fall according to the 15th Household Financial Comfort report released by ME Bank.
Financial comfort levels in Queensland are the highest they have been since the survey was initially conducted, and levels have now shifted above all other States and Territories.
Read the full story on Queensland homeowner sentiment on realestate.com.au.
Source: realestate.com.au | 7 February 2019 | Sophie Foster
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