Welcome to the latest edition of your go-to property update for Spring Hill & Petrie Terrace. We’re here to keep you informed about the latest trends, sales, and developments affecting your local real estate market.
Local Property Values
The current median house price (MHP) in Spring Hill is $ 1,607,500 and Petrie Terrace is $1,257,500 whilst the current median unit price of $460,000 in Spring Hill stands as a testament to the areas’ ongoing appeal and value growth.
- Houses: The median price for houses is $1,607,500. The prices have grown by 17.8% in the past 12 months. There were 10 houses available in the past month and 18 sold in the past 12 months. Houses typically stay on the market for a median time of 57 days. The rental yield for houses is 3.0%1.
- Units: The median price for units is $460,000. The prices have grown by 5.7% in the past 12 months. There were 38 units available in the past month and 161 sold in the past 12 months. Units typically stay on the market for a median time of 33 days. The rental yield for units is 6.6%1.
- Houses: The median price for houses is $1,257,500. The prices have decreased by 2.7% in the past 12 months. There were 3 houses available in the past month and 12 sold in the past 12 months. Houses typically stay on the market for a median time of 71 days. The rental yield for houses is 3.2%1.
- Units: No median price trend for units available as there was 1 unit available in the past month and 3 sold in the past 12 months. Units typically stay on the market for a median time of 22 days. The rental yield for units is 3.7%1.
Source : State of Queensland (Department of Natural Resources and Mines) 20181. CoreLogic RP Data
The last quarter witnessed a flurry of activity, with numerous properties changing hands in Spring Hill such as 35A Wedd St ($1.35m); 23 Wedd St ($2.2m), 124 Kennigo Street ($1.815m) and 9/137 St Pauls Terrace ($1.15m). This healthy sales volume signals strong and enduring interest in Spring Hill & Petrie Terrace as desirable living locations due to its’ schools, medical institutions, parks, proximity to CBD, Suncorp and lifestyle.
Market Trends Analysis
Our analysis indicates that the market remains steady, with median prices holding firm due to low supply and the probability of interest rate cuts. Buyers are snapping up well-priced listings, so if you’re considering selling, now might be an ideal time to enter the market.
Several new developments are on the horizon for our neighborhoods, promising to enhance the local landscape and amenities like the Victoria Park upgrade and the row of new terrace homes being built at 137 Gregory Terrace. It looks as though the mothballed Oria Spring Hill apartment is now underway with a hive of activity at the site.
Whether you’re buying, selling, or just keeping an eye on the market, we’ve got the insights and advice to help you make informed decisions:
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SPRING HILL & PETRIE TERRACE PROPERTY UPDATE – FEBRUARY 2024 by Jonzun Lee
Jonzun Lee is a trusted Brisbane real estate consultant and Licensed Real Estate Agent. Please contact Jonzun on 0418 885 708 for further information regarding your property needs.
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