THE Queensland house market remains steady as she goes, with median sales prices across the state at $480,000 up 2.1 per cent in the June quarter.
Over the medium term, the Queensland annual median house price increased 19.4 per cent from $402,000 in June 2013 to $480,000 in June 2018.
The southeast corner house markets generally led the growth for the past year, with the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast markets achieving an annual price growth in the range of four to seven per cent.
The Greater Brisbane house market grew a moderate 2.8 per cent, with the different markets achieving an annual growth in house prices in the range of two per cent and 4.5 per cent, according to the latest REIQ Market Monitor.
As exclusively revealed in the Courier Mail on Monday, Brisbane’s median house price has hit a new high, with market growth up 30 per cent in the past five years.
Median house prices in the Brisbane LGA are now $673,000.
But what does that mean on a suburb by suburb basis? Find out what your home could be worth below.