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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 a potential front-runner to be awarded a $58 billion boost in infrastructure spending from the Federal Government under a City Deal.
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.
New figures from the 2016 census confirm that Brisbane is following the same trajectory as Melbourne and Sydney in terms of the composition and distribution of the metropolitan area.Read more
Data is now showing that a growing number of residents of Melbourne and Sydney are now choosing to rent in their own home towns rather than buying property in their excessively expensive cities. However, in order to get a foothold on the property ladder, these same residents are now looking into the Gold Coast, among other areas, to invest in property.Read more
This is a key factor as to why Brisbane and South-East Queensland represents an appealing market for property investment and development, given its strong vision for the future and commitment to invest in critical infrastructure that will continue to transform the city.Read more
The fundamentals for SEQ remain strong and it has been cyclically ready for some time now. However, regulatory measures to control Sydney and Melbourne, combined with media reporting that has been mostly negative, has created a level of sentiment that has hampered the SEQ market from reaching its full potential.Read more
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.Read more
The Sunshine Coast has beaten Brisbane and the Gold Coast to lead Queensland growth prospects, the latest Hotspotting report has found, thanks to a massive $20 billion infrastructure pipeline of projects either completed, in the process or in planning.Read more
The 6th largest significant urban area in Australia, The Demographics Group managing director Bernard Salt recently stated the Gold Coast has the highest employment-to-population ratio outside of our capital cities.Read more
Not all property, or the suburbs/zones they are built in, should be tarred with the same brush. There are some key metrics that should be considered when trying to recognise a healthy suburb for your investment.Read more
For people interested in investing in property it’s encouraging to note that despite what you may read in the main stream media consistently, Australia contains multiple other property markets outside of Sydney and Melbourne, and these markets do not rise and fall on the same tide.Read more
I’m often asked what is the key to the success of Mosaic Property Management. The answer is a multitude of things – a culmination of quality service, always going above and beyond, and we’re leasing Mosaic product; because at the end of the day, the quality of the property for rent is also critical to the success.Read more