South-east Queensland has been identified as one of the state's standout performers in the property market in 2014, which could encourage investment in real estate in Burpengary.
The Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) reflected on how much the sector achieved last year, which was mainly a result of the low cash rate and prospects of decent capital gains.
"These improving conditions in the south-east generally kick start growth in regional Queensland and we expect 2015 will be no different," noted REIQ CEO Antonia Mercorella.
Brisbane was singled out as one of the top performers, as its median house value marked a rise of 7.6 per cent over the course of the year.
It was also named Queensland's quickest selling region, as the average number of time spent by a property on the market fell by 20 days over the course of 2014.
This could be the year when you decide to take the plunge and buy property in south-east Queensland – but where should you turn for expert guidance?
Here at Ray White Caboolture, we can help give an insight into the local market and weigh up the different options for your real estate needs.