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The resilient Queensland property market continues to rise into 2021 after defying the pandemic predictions for last year.
Brisbane housing prices rose 1.1 per cent in December alone, according to property data analytic group CoreLogic.
The Real Estate Institute of Queensland said last year the state became the most popular destination for international and interstate relocations, particularly from Sydney and Melbourne.
With demand high among buyers and a shortage of properties on the market, now could be an ideal time to put up the For Sale' sign and downsize.
Record low interest rates, combined with the federal government's Home Builder Scheme, current until the end of March, and the state governments's Fist Home Owners scheme, continue to buoy the market.
Queensland retirement community developer Aura Holdings, which has established and under-construction communities in Brisbane, Toowoomba and on the Sunshine and the Gold Coast, sats selling at the right time and right price is essential for the majority of residents to buy their dream retirement lifestyle.