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    IN THE AUTUMN 2006 ISSUE ...




COVER STORY Queensland's undiscovered hotspots
For the astute property investor with an eye for the future, homing in on Queensland centres with above average projected population growth will almost certainly pay dividends in the longer term. Susie Hunter and Fiona Bergin reveal the undiscovered hotpots.

Lessons from the past: what the property boom teaches us about investing in Brisbane for the future
Over the past five years the Brisbane property market experienced the classic ripple effect where property prices in inner suburbs take off, radiating outwards into surrounding suburbs, and then on to outer fringe areas. Outer suburbs experienced some of the overall biggest gains during the boom, but will they have the strongest growth over the next ten years or experience the best rental yields? Toni Case explains.

Yeppoon takes centre stage
A booming Central Queensland economy is creating unprecedented demand for beachside investment at Yeppoon on the nearby Capricorn Coast . As Leonie Briggs explains, Investors, buoyed by an expanding mining industry and population growth, are snapping up property in the neighbouring coastal region.

Latest Queensland property sales data
Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) quarterly data - median house, unit/t'house data for nearly every suburb in Queensland; vacancy rates, median weekly rents. Click here for Content Page

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