Top Ten Brisbane Suburbs Tipped for Growth

Anthony Hancock

Following the latest findings by BIS Oxford Economics (which forecasts Brisbane’s median house price to rise by 20 per cent over the three years), recent data released by Select Residential Property predicts median house prices in the top Brisbane suburbs will rise between 23 and 25 per cent over the next three year period.

According to the economic forecaster, while a total increase of 6 per cent is forecast for Sydney’s median house price, and Melbourne 7 per cent for the three years to June 2022, the analysis by Select Residential Property tipped the following top 10 Brisbane suburbs to experience growth of between 23 and 25 per cent over the next three year period.

  • Red Hill
  • Keperra
  • Mount Gravatt
  • Arana Hills
  • Rochedale South
  • Moringside
  • Chermside West
  • Tingalpa
  • Greenslopes
  • Holland Park

The Mosaic Advantage

Mosaic consistently delivers projects in high demand locations like these suburbs and nearby areas with schools, transport, and lifestyle amenity where people want to live. Since Mosaic designs with the Owner Occupier in mind, our homes hold greater appeal to a wider market and resell at a higher value.​

Curio by Mosaic, located in Upper Mount Gravatt, is likely to experience significant value
uplift over the next three years, where population is projected to more than double by 2036.

Mosaic has a proven track record of delivering quality developments in blue-chip locations in the key lifestyle cities within SEQ.

The map below highlights the top 10 regions identified by Select Residential Property in orange, along with the location of Mosaic’s Brisbane projects in blue.

Great sites in these key locations with schools, transport, and lifestyle amenity are rare, restricting future supply, and putting Mosaic property owners in the best position for growth in capital value over time.

Sources: The Urban Developer: The Capital City Suburbs Tipped to Rise | The Urban Developer: Australia’s Residential Market ‘Approaching Bottom’: BIS | Mosaic Property Group: Why Upper Mount Gravatt

Map of Identified Growth Regions compared with Mosaic Project Locations