The ANZ CoreLogic Housing Affordability Report is a guide to the trends and main drivers of housing affordability with a detailed focus in this report on Queensland.
Through the pandemic, the Queensland dwelling market saw one of the strongest price upswings across the states and territories and has also seen some of the highest increases in rents over the past year.
Strong capital growth prospects exist for the Queensland housing market in the long term. A highly diverse economic base, strong internal migration trends and international tourism attractions (including the 2032 Brisbane Olympic Games) are likely to see ongoing investment and competition for housing across the state.
However, the stock of social housing in Queensland remains relatively small and some indicators of housing affordability are deteriorating. This report provides an overview of increased demand pressures on Queensland housing markets and the change in affordability metrics over time.
You can download a copy of the full report via the link below.