As employment figures rise nationwide, the need for more accommodation is a going concern as people start to move toward concentrations of jobs.
And Queensland is no exception. During April, there were 5,300 new full time jobs created across that state, which marks a sixth month of consecutive growth for the region.
Treasurer and Minister for Employment Chris Pitt said recent figures released from the Australian Bureau of Statistics showed that Queensland's economy is continuing to excel in 2015.
"Queensland now leads the way nationally in retail trade growth, with sales up 1.9 per cent in the March quarter. Overseas merchandise exports were up 10.8 per cent to $11.4 billion during the same period, while building approvals rose three per cent in March," said Mr Pitt in a 7 May statement.
"The Reserve Bank of Australia's latest decision to cut the cash rate to an historic low of two per cent is also expected to assist consumer and business confidence in Queensland."
As the state's economy continues to develop and grow, it could be worth considering investment in Caboolture real estate. Get in touch with a local real estate agent to begin discussing the options available in the community.