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Stability benefits Queensland property market

ByJames Brown

Market stability is one of the factors to take into account when buying any investment property, which may suggest real estate in Burpengary East is about to become more popular.

Queensland's affordability has remained relatively stable over recent months, setting it apart from many other states and territories where fluctuations have been seen.

The latest Adelaide Bank/ REIA Housing Affordability Report shows a mixed picture throughout the country, with New South Wales being named the least affordable state for home buyers.

CEO of the Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) Amanda Lynch believes more incentives should be introduced to give first-time buyers the help they need with entering the market.

"REIA strongly supports this very important grant system for first home buyers and we will continue to advocate for the grant's re-introduction across Australia for both new and established dwellings," Ms Lynch commented.

If you're hoping to make the most of Queensland's affordability then make sure you enlist the help of a real estate agent in Burpengary.

This will enable you to assess the market and what types of property are available, before weighing up your options and determining which is right for your needs.

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