Rents in Brisbane to rise under Labor new policy, page-44

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    This also will add to the rent demand in Brisbane over the coming years, how did the labor government let all this happen.



    "Chinese property investment is soaring in Queensland as a record number of students from the country enroll to study in the Sunshine State.

    Data from the Foreign Ownership of Land Register shows Chinese investors spent about $1.5 billion on Queensland properties in 2016-17 — up from $872 million two years earlier.

    Nearly all the money was spent on properties in the Brisbane and Gold Coast local government areas, where more than 6,000 parcels of land were under Chinese ownership at the end of the 2017 financial year."

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-06-25/chinese-property-investment-soars-in-south-east-queensland/9905558


 
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