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Brisbane price rises are still going strong

By James Brown

Making decent returns on real estate in Deception Bay shouldn't be too much of a task, especially if the latest Residential Property Price Index (RPPI) is anything to go by.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) revealed yearly price increases across all eight capitals in the December quarter, with Brisbane's rise standing at 5.3 per cent.

Most locations also saw their values escalate compared to the previous three-month period, with Darwin being the only exception with a 0.6 per cent fall.

If you've recently bought property in Brisbane or one of its many suburbs, you may have seen its value rise by around 1.4 per cent quarter-on-quarter.

The RPPI also pointed to a rise in the value of the nation's housing stock, which might give you the added push you need to make a property investment in 2015.

Should you decide this is the right course of action for you, get in touch with an experienced real estate agent in Burpengary to help get your search off on the right foot.

The team at Ray White Burpengary has all the expertise you need to make an informed decision on your property purchase, whether you're buying it as an owner occupier or investor.

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