Considering investing in the Queensland Property Market in 2018?….
Today you have the opportunity to view some of Queensland’s finest property whether you are considering investing or purchasing to live in, but first I would encourage you to view one of Queenslands Top Property Hotspots for 2018 being the Sunshine Coast.
A lot of the properties we deal with are sold before being advertised on major real estate portals and by registering today (its free to join) you will be joining our VIP buyers who are notified well in advance.
VIP buyers not only have early access to new projects but incentives and bonuses are also negotiated on a regular basis by using the leverage of our group, meaning you can also purchasing at a price you could never achieve on your own.
If you wish to have a quick chat re your property needs, feel free to call Terry Loftus on 0412472172 or email email@example.com
Five facts about the Queensland Economy:
• Queensland’s economic growth rate of 3.8 per cent is 35 per cent higher than the Australian average
• Queensland’s population growth rate of 1.9 per cent is 46 per cent higher than the Australian average
• Queensland’s employment growth is 38 per cent higher than the Australian average
• More than 25,000 people move to Queensland annually
• Queensland will become Australia’s second largest state within the next 30 years
Queensland is projected to experience the largest increase in population between 2004 and 2051, increasing by 3.0 million people (77%) to reach 6.9 million people, resulting in Queensland replacing Victoria as Australia’s second most populous state in 2041.
Queensland’s current population is approximately 4,091,000 with Brisbane’s population at 1,820,000. Unlike the other states, the Queensland population is distributed across many major cities such as the Gold Coast, Hervey Bay, Sunshine Coast, Cairns, South East Queensland region and Townsville to name a few.
Brisbane CBD is set to be further developed over the next 20 years with many more residential and commercial towers to be built. Many are already in planning and approval stages.
The state has a broad base of significant industries associated with its mining resources and expertise. These industries include: chemical production, mineral processing, power generation and other large-scale energy intensive activities.
As the marketplace evolves, companies are constantly looking at their existing and future logistical and infrastructure requirements. Queensland provides solutions for companies to manage these requirements.
Queensland is close to the largest developing markets in the world, has raw material supplies nearby and access to sophisticated, cost effective and efficient infrastructure.
Queensland is the powerhouse of Australia’s economy and shows no signs of slowing down in the near future.