Published On: Wed, Oct 26th, 2016

Terry Ryder at Hotspotting Identifies Yarrabilba

Terry Ryder’s Hotspotting Price Predictor Index has identified 29 suburbs in Brisbane as Growth suburbs and expected to rise. Logan was home to six of these suburbs set to rise including Yarrabilba, Edens Landing, Jimboomba, Slacks Creek, Waterford and  Windaroo.

Sophie Foster from News Corp published the full list of Brisbane suburbs identified as Growth, Plateau and Danger markets in the article which included:

House prices are predicted to rise in 29 Brisbane suburbs, with a surprising one-third coming out of one area alone.

The latest Hotspotting Price Predictor Index has picked the biggest chunk of metropolitan Brisbane growth would come out of the Moreton Bay area. The Bay toppled Logan City as the top municipality in the capital city region, holding 10 of Brisbane’s 29 growth suburbs.

Hotspotting analyst Terry Ryder said the index tracked increased sales volumes which were one of the best indicators that price rises were set to rise.

Moreton Bay’s hottest pick was Redcliffe where houses as well as unit prices were predicted to rise. Every other suburb on the list was expected to see house prices rise including Arana Hills; Banksia Beach, Beachmere; Bellara; Bray Park; Deception Bay; Narangba; Ningi; and Rothwell.

In the surging inner-city, Bardon was the only suburb where prices were predicted to see a steady rise, joined by northside suburbs Bald Hills, Brighton, Fitzgibbon and Hendra.

On the southside, Darra, Eight Mile Plains and Heathwood were hot picks, as well as Redland’s Birkdale, Redland Bay and Victoria Point.

Logan had six suburbs set to rise steadily including Edens Landing, Jimboomba, Slacks Creek, Waterford, Windaroo and Yarrabilba, while Ipswich had two on the list – Raceview and Redbank Plains.

You can read the article in full here


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- Glenn Batten is the Principal Licensee of First National Real Estate Yarrabilba which provides residential property sales and property management services throughout Yarrabilba estate.

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