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Home values continue upward streak

Making an investment in real estate in Norman Park could offer decent returns, as figures show property prices are rising across the Queensland capital.

The CoreLogic RP Data Home Value Index for November showed a month-on-month increase of 0.4 per cent, making Brisbane one of just four capitals to have witnessed a rise.

In fact, values across the country's capitals were down 0.3 per cent overall, showing just how well the Brisbane market is performing.

CoreLogic RP Data research analyst Cameron Kusher explained that national annual home value growth reached its peak in April when it hit 11.5 per cent.

"Although combined capital city home values increased by a healthy 8.5 per cent over the 12 months to November 2014, the annual growth rate is now at its lowest level in the year," Mr Kusher noted.

Values in Brisbane were also up during the three months to November, a trend seen in only three of the nation's capitals.

No matter where in Brisbane you choose to buy property, having the experience of a real estate agent on hand can be a real benefit.

Not only do they know the local market inside out, but they can use the criteria you give them to make a decision that's suited to your individual circumstances.

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