If you are wondering “where should I invest in Australia?” Here is your answer!
Queensland is definitely the place to invest in 2015, and these are the reasons why…
“I am confident Queensland’s Gross State Product will accelerate in 2015-16 and it’s good to see respected analysts like Deloitte Access Economics boosting their forecasts for Queensland’s economic growth Treasurer Curtis Pitt said.( Brisbane Times)
HIGH unemployment and weak job growth will see Queensland take at least two years to regain its “sunny, feel-good” factor, according to separate economic reports released on Monday.
But the state government has found reasons to be cheerful, citing improvements in housing construction, tourism and the foreign education market as highlights of the reports.
Deloitte’s Business Outlook for the March quarter reports “the headwinds hitting Queensland’s economy have been gathering momentum”, with the fallout from the winding down of the mining boom impacting sooner than expected.
However it recognised that Queensland had a “lovely” growth portfolio, with tourism and foreign education benefiting from the falling Australian dollar and housing construction and approvals lifting off the back of low interest rates.
Queensland is growing, and will keep growing.
In its report, ” The best places to invest in property in 2015″, the Newdaily website is advising people to “Look up north”. (http://thenewdaily.com.au/money/2015/01/05/best-places-buy-property-2015/)
Regional towns with strong economies, Brisbane and several tourist hotspots in Queensland are among the property markets in Australia showing short-term promise in 2015, say experts
These are the top reasons why you should definitely consider investing in Queensland:
Queensland’s population is projected to double to around 9.1 million people by 2056
Economic growth in Queensland is forecast to be 3% in both 2013-14 and 2014-15, before strengthening to 6% in 2015-16. Queensland’s economy recorded the second highest average annual growth rate of any Australian state or territory over the last 20 years.
.A dynamic, innovative and stable economy with the most competitive payroll tax regime in Australia, including tax breaks for employers of apprentices and trainees
A highly skilled workforce in strong, diverse industries
A idyllic lifestyle
Strong consistent rental market that keeps growing, placing demand & driving property prices up
Demand literally exceeding supply
“The average price of property in the South East has increased by 11% p.a. since 1972”. Jason Ryan Group
Lowest State Taxes in Australia