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Middle Brisbane witnessing strongest home price growth in 2020

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The middle of the market in Brisbane is what’s now driving growth in property values as 2020 kicks off, according to the latest Home Values Index out Thursday.
The median value for the greater Brisbane region ended the year at $497,491, spurred by a big jump of 2.4 per cent in the December quarter.


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