Brisbane house prices remained resilient last year when other parts of Australia suffered from the economic impact of the GVC (Global Virus Crisis) and are now roaring ahead with 10.6% growth in Brisbane’s median house price in the last 12 months.

CoreLogic reports also confirm this figure and indicated that Brisbane’s dwelling values are now at new highs, but as always, the housing market in Brisbane is very fragmented.

Increased demand for Brisbane houses has been underpinned by increasing consumer sentiment, historically low interest rates, and internal migration considering the relative affordability of houses in Queensland compared to Sydney and Melbourne. It is a great time to sell.