Brisbane's median house price to grow by 20% by 2022: BIS Oxford Economics

Brisbane's median house price to grow by 20% by 2022: BIS Oxford Economics
Brisbane's median house price to grow by 20% by 2022: BIS Oxford Economics

A weak Queensland economy and high level of dwelling supply have dampened price growth in Brisbane in recent years, according to the BIS Oxford Economics Residential Property Prospects 2019 to 2022 report.

The result is that house prices in Brisbane are relatively affordable, it suggested.

With credit conditions easing and interest rates falling, improving affordability will be a catalyst for raising price growth as stronger economic growth returns and the market moves into a rising deficiency.

Brisbane’s median house price is forecast to rise by 20% in the three years to June 2022, although most of the growth will be concentrated toward the latter part of this period.

Price growth in the unit sector is expected to take longer to return, with a 14% rise in the unit median forecast.

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