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A powerful combination of an enviable lifestyle, a thriving world class capital city surrounded by stunning beaches, underpinned by commitments for massive investment in infrastructure and amenity, strong employment growth, and a high level of housing affordability.
With a population of around 3.5 million, the SEQ region is set to grow by another 1.9 million by 2041. Brisbane, Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast account for 70% of net interstate migration to Queensland which continues to trend upwards and outperform every other state in Australia.
The total infrastructure pipeline for Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast is currently $70+ billion – the greatest concentrated infrastructure boom SEQ has experienced. And SEQ is set to be awarded the largest City Deal in the nation which is estimated to be worth $58 billion to the local economy
Economic and employment growth, relative affordability, low vacancy rates, superior rental yields and declining supply validate the SEQ investment story and expert opinion that SEQ will lead the next residential property cycle.
Second Avenue, Burleigh HeadsView
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