The analysts in the property sector has given their assessment that in the next 12 months, the buying spree in this certain industry will improve which would also mean that the Perth bathroom renovation industry will also strengthen in the coming months.
A recent study conducted by property investment gurus revealed that more than half of the property investors are planning to buy properties in the next 12 months and that Queensland is the location where these investors are looking to buy.
In a survey conducted by MRD, the result showed that Sunshine state was the next location where investors were eyeing on. Queensland came in front of its rival states: Victoria, Western Australia and New South Wales in popularity. West Australia came in second behind Queensland.
The managing director of MRD said that the result was not a surprise at all since Queensland was really the focus of most investors moving forward. The director further explained that there were plenty of speculations over the past one and a half years pointing to the southeast location in particular to invest. This was largely because this place was already long overdue for a certain upturn.
The managing director, Lockhart, added that every investor know what the cycle of the property market is. There first would be a boom in the property cycle then followed by a flat market and then some price correction before it will lift again. Accordingly, Brisbane is the only major city that has not experienced a significant lift since the global financial crisis last 2008.
The property market in Brisbane has moved from a recovery to its growth stage but has not really entered what strategist call a boom market. Therefore, Brisbane has really a lot of opportunities for investors to get in and buy before the growth years come.
The respondents of the survey believed that the market of Queensland would soon make a comeback along with South Australia, Tasmania and ACT. Victoria and South Wales were also considered at the top of the cycle while the properties located at the NT and WA was labeled by experts as “in a slump”.