2020-2021 Property Market Outlook for Inner Brisbane, QLD

We have segmented the City of Brisbane LGA into five sectors: Inner, Southern, Northern, Eastern, and Western Brisbane. This report covers the Inner Brisbane area. Overall, house prices fell in the last quarter in the City of Brisbane by 1.27 percent. Looking at the Inner Brisbane sector, the sales market for houses was very close to the average price performance for the City as a whole because it experienced a price fall of 1.3 percent. House prices fell in all sectors of the City with Southern Brisbane experiencing the largest average price drop of 2.96 percent. Western Brisbane had the smallest price fall, which was 0.03 percent. Northern Brisbane experienced a price drop of 1.45 percent and Eastern Brisbane saw the average price at sale for houses fall by 0.6 percent.

Inner Brisbane has the highest average house prices within the City. That figure is A$1.14 million, compared to A$636,00 in Southern Brisbane. The other areas of the City have median house prices that are A$704,000 in Northern Brisbane, A$796,000 in Western Brisbane, and A$807,000 in Eastern Brisbane. House sales volumes fell dramatically at the beginning of 2019 and have stayed low since then….

2020-2021 Property Market Outlook for Campbelltown, NSW

The local government area (LGA) of Campbelltown is in the urban area of Sydney. The LGA is inland from the centre of the state capitol in an area called Greater Western Sydney. Then average price of property here is $624K, which is the lowest median price of all of the LGAs in the Greater Sydney region. The low prices found in Campbelltown make it the most accessible property market in the region. The property market in Sydney rose rapidly over the last decade and overheated. Now, the region is going through a correction, with every LGA in Greater Sydney showing price falls in the last quarter, except for the internationally renowned districts at the centre of the metropolis.

Future market outlook for Ku-Ring-Gai, NSW

The overall property market outlook for Ku Ring Gai shows mixed demand; houses will experience a plateau in median price however, units will grow more quickly. Two-bedroom units and four-bedroom homes are the most popular across the region. The area has experienced a range of price changes indicating a diverse mix of opportunity. There is stronger demand for properties in the central area while more expensive properties in the outer areas of the region may experience a softening of sale price. Units across the region show strong demand, especially those in the central areas.

Gold Coast Property Market Outlook

The past 10 years has seen a changing market for Gold Coast City with percentage change overall four per cent lower over 10 years from 2009 – 2019. The graph below shows median price changes with ongoing uncertainty, a sharp drop from 2009 – 2012, followed by a drastic rise until a peak in 2015. Since then, there has been a sharp negative price change.

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The need for HtAG arose in response to the complexity of the property investment space as well as barriers to entry for obtaining accurate and valuable information about the property market’s movements. Australian property market is comprised of a plethora of submarkets, each with its own patterns and trajectories sometimes moving to different ‘beats’ and in different directions. Organising information to compare the investment potential of these numerous submarkets is more often than not a lengthy and costly process requiring a team of professionals.