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Improvement In Sentiment ‘Good News’ For Bulimba Real Estate

By Adrienne McTavish

An increase in sentiment regarding the Queensland property market could spell good news for Bulimba real estate investment.

New figures from the Property Council of Australia-ANZ Property Industry Confidence quarterly survey, which was published last week, show that confidence in Queensland real estate rose 17 points between the March and June quarters of 2013 – a much more pronounced increase than the eight per cent rise recorded between the December 2012 and March 2013 quarters.

"Queensland is trending in the right direction," said Tim Nicholls, state treasurer and minister for trade, pointing out that the state recorded positive trends for nearly every survey measure.

"It's encouraging to see our efforts recognised with increased confidence," he added, referring to recent grant measures designed to boost activity levels in the Queensland property sector.

With house prices also trending upward, there could be no better time to invest in real estate in Bulimba – and if you are wondering how to get started, the experienced team at Ray White Bulimba can help.

Contact us or drop by our office today to learn more about what we can do to help you find the perfect investment property in Bulimba or elsewhere in central Brisbane.

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