The Mowbray by Mosaic
Northcote Street, East BrisbaneView
The economic hub of South East Queensland, one of the fastest-growing regions in Australia, Brisbane is centrally located between two of Queensland’s strongest real estate markets, the Gold and Sunshine Coasts. This creates a network of positively performing regional cities unequalled by any other capital city in Australia.
Given the strong vision for future investment in infrastructure that will continue to transform the city, combined with location, lifestyle and affordability, the fundamentals are right for investing now in Brisbane.
Forecast to increase by more than half a million residents to in excess of three million by 2030. (Source: ABS)
Brisbane boasts an economy that has grown by more than 20% in the previous decade, now worth an estimated $179 billion. (Source: ID Community)
Brisbane's infrastructure pipeline is in excess of $30 billion, including major transport and entertainment hubs.
The growth recorded in the previous year equates to 42% of the total growth recorded in the previous five years. (Source: Australian Government Department of Education, Skills & Employment)
The median apartment price in Melbourne and Sydney was 31% and 74% respectively more expensive than Brisbane for the year to March 2022. (Source: Corelogic)
Brisbane vacancy rates have been falling since November 2016 and now consistently remain below those in Melbourne and Sydney. At 0.7%, the current Brisbane vacancy rate represents an extremely tight and undersupplied rental market. (Source: SQM Research).
Brisbane’s recorded apartment rental yields of 5% as of March 2022 are significantly higher than those being achieved in Sydney and Melbourne, which both sit at near-record lows of 3.7%. (Source: SQM Research)
Based on historical demand and likely anticipated supply, Inner Brisbane will experience a shortfall of 16,000 new apartments over the next four years. (Source: JLL, Pricefinder)
For some time, industry experts have been forecasting that Brisbane would be the best-performing capital city market over the coming three years. As of January 2022, Brisbane has been outperforming all other Australian capitals, with a total annual return of 33.7%, ahead of Sydney's 20.2% and Melbourne's 12.7%. (Source: Corelogic)
A capital city with a lifestyle that is the envy of most world cities, Brisbane boasts a sub-tropical climate and an average of 283 days of sunshine every year.
Located halfway between two of the most iconic coastal regions in the world, the Gold and Sunshine Coasts are only an hour away on the Pacific or Bruce Highways.
South Bank is Brisbane’s premier lifestyle and cultural destination. Located on the Brisbane River, it is open 365 days a year and attracts an estimated 11 million visitors annually.
With award-winning food and wine, adventurous activities, scenic weekend getaways and plenty to explore, there's always something to do.
Brisbane is home to three world-class universities, each recognised for the quality of its graduates and research and development initiatives.
Brisbane is Australia’s fastest-growing capital city for employment, and the job market is growing at more than twice the rate of population growth.
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