Real Estate Brisbane – Buying and Renting
As the heart of one of Australia’s fastest-growing regions, Brisbane can truly be considered a city of opportunities.
According to Brisbane City Council estimates, the population of Brisbane will skyrocket to 1.27 million people by 2031 – and more than 4.2 million people will call south-east Queensland home.
This well-designed city has plenty of appeal, from its subtropical climate to its accessible public transport network.
Brisbane’s leaders have long-term plans to foster better connections in the city over the long-term – with 1,700 km of cycleways set to be completed by 2026 to encourage residents to more sustainable transport methods.
This is also in line with Brisbane City Council’s ambitious targets for energy conservation – which will be achieved with a mix of new street trees, water-saving initiatives and a pledge to become carbon-neutral by 2026.
With a rapidly growing population and an eye on sustainable planning, it is no secret that Brisbane real estate is a hot commodity.
Whether you are looking to buy or rent, Brisbane agents at Ray White can help you find the perfect property to make your Queensland dream a reality.
Real Estate Brisbane – Riverside living
There are lots of things to love about life in Brisbane – including the beautiful waterfront.
The inner-city suburb of South Brisbane is located on the bank of the Brisbane River and offers several direct connections to the CBD – as well as plenty of train, bus and CityCat ferry options.
South Brisbane is famous for its heritage buildings – as one of the oldest parts of the city, you’ll find plenty of fascinating architecture in this fashionable area.
If you are in the market for a unit, South Brisbane might be your perfect Brisbane real estate destination – the area is characterised by modern, high-density residential developments.
Apartment living does not mean compromising when it comes to a great lifestyle, and South Brisbane has plenty to offer. The South Bank Parklands is one of the area’s most popular attractions for tourists and locals alike, featuring the man-made Streets Beach, the Wheel of Brisbane and plenty of restaurants and cafes.
Brisbane Real Estate – Urban lifestyle
Just two kilometres away from the Brisbane CBD is New Farm, an area popular among property investors and renters alike.
This inner-city suburb boasts the best of riverfront living and is bordered by Newstead on the north and Fortitude Vally on the north-west. Home to the historic New Farm Park, New Farm offers the perfect combination of access to the city as well as plenty of green space.
Nearby Teneriffe – which was officially designated as its own suburb separate from Newstead in 2010 – is one of Brisbane’s most popular lifestyle destinations and one, two and three-bedroom units are all popular choices here.
Real Estate Brisbane – Active living at Kangaroo Point
Another Brisbane suburb well worth considering is Kangaroo Point – a peninsula on the Brisbane River connected to the CBD by the city’s famous Story Bridge.
The Kangaroo Point Cliffs are a particularly popular destination for adrenaline junkies and nature lovers – in addition to scenic parkland, adventurous spirits may love to get outdoors and kayak on the Brisbane River or climb the cliffs.
You’ll find Brisbane real estate ranging from modern apartments to family homes here – offering plenty of choices for buyers and tenants at every stage of life.