In the Brisbane local government area median house prices grew 4.8% while unit prices dropped by -1.3%.
The Western suburbs led Brisbane’s house price growth up 6.3% while the northern suburbs led unit price growth at 1.4%.
The northern suburbs was the only Brisbane area to record positive growth in both unit and housing markets.
The data comes from the PRDNationwide Brisbane Hotspots report which analysed data over the 15 months to March 2017.
Check out the top performers for the first half of 2017 according to the report:
- Inner Brisbane: West End houses up 11.2% and Highgate Hill units up 6.5%
- North Brisbane: Wilston houses up 14% and Mitchelton units up 7.9%
- South Brisbane: Robertson houses up 27.5% and Greenslopes units up 23.4%
- East Brisbane: Carina Heights houses up 21% and Camp Hill units up 28.8%
- West Brisbane: Milton houses up 23.5% and Bardon units up 9.7%
Across South East Queensland, the Gold Coast City Council region was the stellar performer with houses up 7.1% and units up 5.5%. Looks like they’re striving for gold ahead of the Commonwealth Games in 2018.