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Queensland experts reveal the tops spots to buy in 2018

first_img EAST Alexandra Hills: Nice steady suburb for homebuyers and investors with good returns. TW Tingalpa: Great opportunities only minutes away from premium locations like Bulimba and Hawthorne precincts. DH Wakerley: Close to the Bayside and City, surrounded by big blocks . BW Murarrie: Post-war weatherboard and chamferboard houses combined with more modern estates. JI Alexandra Hills: Average home prices of under $500,000, but still less than 30 mins to CBD. PA WEST Ipswich: We expect price growth in 2018 as the market has caught up and is ready to go . TW Forest Lake: New homes at affordable prices in smaller communities with great amenities. DH Riverhills: Affordable one to watch with better access to the city now through Legacy Way. BW Oxley: Quiet neighbourhoods with a strong sense of community. Streets are wide and leafy, and many big blocks of land. JI Ferny Hills / Arana Hills: I can’t go past either for location, quality, and value for money. PA GOLD COAST Upper Coomera: Long been a favourite for commuters and for affordable stock in the high growth corridor. TW Upper Coomera: Continuously evolving, with new homes and developments in safe communities at affordable prices. DH Ashmore: Great value in low sets and good sized blocks. Pockets of opportunity. BW Coomera / Hope Island: Within reach of the beaches and an easy commute to Brisbane, great opportunities for the entry level buyer. JI Varsity Lakes: Smaller homes ideal for first home buyers close to Bond University and Robina Town Centre. PA 36 Watcombe St, Wavell Heights is listed for sale in the popular family suburb. Picture: realestate.com.au WEST Toowong: There’s such strong affinity to St Lucia in this education hub. TW Kenmore:Large renovated Queenslanders on decent-sized allotments and a leafy lifestyle. DH Chapel Hill: Leafy, quiet, well positioned and easy access to quality schools. BW Kenmore: Changing demographic towards younger families, neighbourhood bars and eateries are eon the rise. JI Bardon/Auchenflower: Close to the city, including Suncorp Stadium, with consistent growth, and great resale. PA GOLD COAST More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours ago Helensvale: Helensvale is rocking. It keeps improving year on year. TW Elanora: Affordable family homes on larger allotments with easy access to beaches. DH Hope Island: Big homes with all the lifestyle and quick access to the M1 for commuters. BW Palm Beach: A fabulous blend of community on the beach. Only minutes from the airport and heart of Surfers Paradise. JI Parkwood: Larger blocks, many on the golf course. Excellent, central location with easy transport links. PA SUNSHINE COAST Buderim: In a high ground area which has always been popular. TW Coolum: Significant growth in infrastructure and new developments, making it a hotspot for families for affordable beachside living. DH Buderim: Bustling community with funky cafes, stunning views and close to the beach. BW Moffat Beach: Beachside neighbourhood which radiates summer. Moffat is becoming a favourite for family’s due to its easy lifestyle. JI Buderim: Perfect for families. Warm, close-knit community, close to good schools and just over 60 mins to Brisbane CBD. PA LUXURY – ($1 million plus) NORTH Ascot: This is blue ribbon Brisbane’s classic heartland for fine luxury homes. TW Teneriffe: Riverside hotspot offers one of Brisbane’s best lifestyles. Restaurant precincts and extensive amenities. DH Clayfield: Stronger than ever, tree lined streets, stunning homes and some hidden value. BW Hamilton: Picturesque river views, a perfect blend of community vibes, heritage aesthetics and entertainment culture. JI Hendra: 2018 should see Hendra come into the light after reaching an average sales price above $1m for the first time last year. PA West End: In the $1 million median club for its great schools and vibrant community. TW Coorparoo: Strong development and growth, with new developments, like Coorparoo Square, adding to the appeal of the location. DH Tarragindi: Emerging luxury, family orientated and great proximity to CBD. BW Coorparoo: A balance of old and new, with character-rich homes and entertainment and lifestyle developments moving into the area. JI Highgate Hill: It will rebound strongly in 2018, to join the group of suburbs with an average sales price above $1m. PA EAST East Brisbane: Strong connections to Kangaroo Point, Woolloongabba and Stones Corner. A lot of real estate opportunity. TW M anly: A relaxed, seaside community lifestyle, perfect for families and boating enthusiasts. DH Balmoral: Views, cafes, restaurants, stunning homes — always in high demand. BW Hawthorne: Premium river side location with an enviable selection of refurbished homes and colonial Queenslanders. JI Balmoral: Great city views, great community, great lifestyle. PA 56 Langton St, Banyo. Is listed for sale in the popular first home buyer suburb. Picture: realestate.com.au SUNSHINE COAST Sippy Downs: Set for more growth as it becomes more of an education hub. TW Sippy Downs: It offers housing opportunities close to the Sunshine Coast University at very affordable prices. DH Caloundra: Beaches, closest Sunny Coast location to Brisbane for work options and beautiful. BW Caloundra: Plenty of development in the pipeline offering excellent opportunities for those wanting to enter the market. JI Bli Bli: Increased infrastructure, new developments and regular capital gains.PA FAMILIES ($500,000 to $1 million) NORTH Bracken Ridge: Close to good arterials and shopping centres. A lot of people who sell in Bracken Ridge, buy in Bracken Ridge. TW Wavell Heights: An attractive suburb close to the M1, with good, quality character homes and homes ready to renovate. DH Wavell Heights : A hot spot in the inner-north. Beautiful leafy streets and big homes. BW Wavell Heights: A quick commute to work. Families can capitalise on generous blocks close to the city. JI Wooloowin / Kalinga: Close to the city, and many great prestigious schools, plus Kedron Brook. Still priced under the luxury market. PA SOUTH Rochedale South: This suburb stands out for its volume. This is family heartland. TW Mount Gravatt East: Still offers value for money. Some of the South’s best school catchment areas, public transport and parks. DH Daisy Hill: Home to some large, quality homes on large parcels of land. BW Tarragindi: Easy commute to the CBD and a major motorway heading north and south. JI Macgregor: Still a relatively undiscovered gem with some great bargains still to be had. PA EAST Carina: There’s been a solid five years of growth in Carina and it should continue. TW Cannon Hill: Affordability for families on reasonable land, and an attractive lifestyle. DH Camp Hill: It’s hard to beat the inner-east — so much to offer for everyone in the family. BW Carindale: A lively entertainment and shopping culture, and quiet residential pockets and greenspaces. JI Manly: Brilliant opportunity for families looking to take advantage of the coastal life while still in reach of the city. PA FIRST HOME BUYERS (under $500,000) NORTH Narangba: A long-time popular suburb for its affordable homes. TW North Geebung: Growing in value, 20 minutes from CBD with access to motorway and renovated Chermside shopping centre. DH Banyo: Great buying, emerging services and close to Nundah’s thriving scene. BW Redcliffe: Affordable waterside suburbs, new rail link, very attractive to the first homebuyer. JI Banyo: Close to the CBD, train and bus, and strong returns. This a great place. PA SOUTH Springfield: Technically southwest. Still close to the CBD, while still in Ipswich Council area. TW Acacia Ridge: Next to thriving south-side suburbs, without the price tag. Large blocks. DH Springfield Lakes: Great value for money and plenty of investment surrounding it. BW Rochedale: An attractive alternative for the first homebuyer looking to enter the Brisbane market. JI Rochedale South: New estates popping up. this is the best pick for in the south . PA center_img CM 39 Yabba St, Ascot Is the new year time for a new home? Whether you are a first time entrant into the market, a family looking to expand or wanting to dip your toe into the luxury market, we’ve asked the experts to nominate the top southeats Queensland suburbs to buy in 2018. The Experts: Tony Warland – Ray White Qld CEO Damian Hackett – Place Estate Agents CEO Brendan Whipps – Harcourts Qld CEO Jon Iceton – Belle Property Head Qld Paul Arthur – Qld Sotheby’s International CEO Their picks: 39 Yabba St, is listed for sale in the luxury enclave of Ascot. WEST St Lucia: A long held suburb where people buy and hold for many generations. TW Chelmer: Plenty of opportunity for those who want to live in a renovated Queenslander in a leafy, riverside location. DH Paddington: Character filled with opulence. so close to the city. BW St Lucia: Prestigious, renovated Queenslander and federation homes. JI Brookfield: Seclusion, privacy on generous acreage blocks, Brookfield is now home to Brisbane’s most stunning luxury properties. PA GOLD COAST Paradise Point: This has always been an affluent high end sought-after area. TW Palm Beach: Huge growth in new homes on prime beachfront land along with the opening of trendy restaurants in the main strip. DH Broadbeach: Say no more — you can have it with no shortage of luxurious choice. BW Broadbeach: Towering high-rise and contemporary apartments dominate the picture-perfect coastline. JI Broadbeach Waters: Luxurious, waterfront residences. Enviable lifestyle close to popular shops, cafes, beaches and schools. PA SUNSHINE COAST A lexandra Headland: Had two years of growth and we don’t see it slowing anytime soon. TW Noosa: An incomparable premium beach lifestyle with stunning luxury homes. DH Noosa: Who doesn’t love Noosa, National Parks, beautiful beaches and relaxed coastal scene. BW Sunrise: A relaxing beachside location, with pristine beaches and national parks. JI Noosa: It’s hard to go past Noosa for location and luxury on the Sunshine Coast. It’s a crown that seems to never tarnish. PAlast_img read more

Pork prices see an increase despite some issues in the market

first_imgAMES — Despite international trade tariffs and a series of other challenges, Iowa livestock producers are seeing hog prices rise in recent weeks, which comes as a welcome surprise to many.Lee Schultz, an ag economist with the Iowa State University Extension, explains the rollercoastering of pork prices on the commodities market.“I think what was driving the lower prices in the early part of 2019 was impacts of retaliatory tariffs and impacts on the trade that we expected,” Schultz says. “And then really, through late March and April, we really saw the impact of the ASF situation in China.”That’s African Swine Fever which has reportedly spread to every region of China and several surrounding countries, dropping the hog population in China by nearly 40-million head compared to last year. Shultz says U.S. pork producers are also seeing the potential for significant growth in global protein demand. “Recently, I think it has been the markets, the supply situation weighing on it a bit as well as the new news of the delay in the trade negotiations talks,” he says, “I think it’s all been working on the market and why we’ve seen such volatility lately.”Now that we’re well into spring and the warmer weather will soon bring us to summer grilling season, Schultz says we are entering a key period of demand for pork, which should keep prices higher. “We have three big holidays in front of us with Mother’s Day, Memorial Day and Father’s Day,” he says. “While a lot of purchases have already been made for Mother’s Day, we’re looking still at several holidays in front of us and demand is very strong.”Schultz says profitability levels are higher for the pork producer than what has been seen for the last few years and he remains optimistic for the remaining months of 2019 and into 2020.last_img read more