Does a higher priced property mean better capital growth?

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      AvatarPK Gupta
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      I get this question all the time.

      I find that generally the answer is YES, below the $600k price point. But above $600k, in terms of percentage capital growth it doesn’t have a large bearing.

      This advice is true for border-less investors, who are open to investing in the best suburbs across Australia.

      As an example, the c.$600k price point allows investors to target Brisbane City Council suburbs, where some are investing right now for 4-6% growth this year.

      Some specifics:
      – 8-10 km from CBD
      – High quality school catchment
      – High owner occupier percentage
      – Restrictions on medium residential developments
      – Low slope, low hills
      – Good shaped blocks
      – Good floor plans

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