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Increasing Queensland Business Confidence Great For Burpengary Real Estate

By Siobhan Cheshire

Business investment in Queensland grew during the December quarter, reaching levels last seen 12 months prior, which could be great news for anyone interested in relocating to Burpengary.

The latest Westpac Group CCIQ Pulse Survey of Business Conditions has highlighted the increasingly positive investment environment across Queensland, with Treasurer Tim Nicholls indicating the rise in tangible trading conditions throughout the state.

“Almost 75 per cent of business respondents are also expecting continued or stronger profitability levels into 2014,” said Mr Nicholls in a February 6 statement.

He mentioned that the confidence index across the state was tracking at near record high levels, resting at 58.8 points in Queensland.

“Additionally the National Australia Bank’s Business Conditions Index, also released today confirms business confidence is surging ahead in Queensland, with seasonally adjusted figures rising to 12 points in December 2013, three points higher than the September quarter results,” said Mr Nicholls.

This could provide a great incentive to move into Queensland. With the conditions ripe for small business establishment and the financial market landscape remaining steady for the foreseeable future, securing home loans in Burpengary and finding the perfect home for you and your family has never been easier.

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