Brisbane’s median house price hits record $720,000

The REIQ advised Brisbane houses are in the “rising phase of the price cycle.”

Brisbane’s median house price hits record $720,000
Brisbane’s median house price hits record $720,000

Brisbane’s median house price has hit a record-breaking $720,000, after 4.4 per cent annual house price growth in 2020. 

According to the latest Queensland Market Monitor published by the Real Estate Institute of Queensland, Brisbane’s median house price rose 1.4 per cent in the September quarter to $720,000 across 2751 transactions.

Annually, Brisbane’s median house price rose 4.4 per cent to reach $710,000 with 12,309 transactions.

The REIQ advised Brisbane houses are in the “rising phase of the price cycle.”

The state's most expensive housing market, Noosa was the best performer for median house price growth for a third consecutive quarter, rising 3.6 per cent growth to $895,000. 

Noosa’s quarterly median unit price was also the top performer for units, rising 5 per cent to $705,000. 

The Gold Coast saw a 3.2 percent annual house price rise to September, to $640,000.

The Gold Coast's unit and townhouse median price recorded a 1.8 per cent rise to $420,000.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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