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The Logan suburbs with the highest rental yields for houses are Logan Central (6.49 per cent), Kingston (6.19 per cent) and Woodridge (6.16 per cent). Suburbs like Kingston and Woodridge are under a half-hour drive to Brisbane, and suburbs like Eagleby and Beenleigh are just over a half-hour drive to the Gold Coast. According to OpenAgent’s data analyst Carson Teh, the Logan region is expected to grow significantly this 2020, driven by the increase in population as well as several enhancement projects. “The Queensland government expects the population in Logan to grow from 326,615 people in 2018 to 432,000 by 2031,” said Mr Teh. “Entry-level housing is always appealing, especially to interstate investors when they compare local house prices, NSW in particular, and see significant value long term,” Mr Piotto highlighted. “Rental returns are always going to be strong with the area located right in the middle of Brisbane and the Gold Coast, great public and private schooling, and the blue-collar industry within a 10-minute drive of these areas. “With the local and state government continuing to improve amenities, new water parks, Logan Metro Sports Centre and the Logan Entertainment Centre, it’s easy to see why families get a lot of bang for their buck so to speak.” For more details, visit: x Brisbane suburbs near CBD boast above 5.6% yields Latest insights from found that suburbs near the Brisbane city centre boast rental yields over 5.6 per cent.
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A new survey has found that almost half of Queenslanders have had their incomes cut or soon to be cut because of COVID-19, with concern for mortgages now. The Queensland figure (49 per cent) is higher than the national average (45 per cent), according to the results of the research released by financial comparison service It asked respondents if they were losing income because of social restrictions, and changes they would make to their finances as a result, including mortgage repayments. Homeowners are rethinking ways to cope with job loss and potential job loss due to COVID-19 restrictions, with banks offering several options now for mortgage support. The survey found that two in every five Queensland respondents (40 per cent) were concerned about meeting mortgage repayments for the rest of the year. Among the measures being taken to cope were families freeing up cash by deferring loan or credit card repayments, accessing cash by withdrawing from their super, term deposits or life savings. spokeswoman Abigail Koch said there were hundreds of thousands of Aussies “Hundreds of thousands of people are experiencing financial hardship at this time, with around six million workers expected to receive JobKeeper payments, while many others are uncertain about their financial security. “ “The Government and financial institutions have introduced a range of relief measures to help Aussies under financial pressure, stay afloat during these difficult times.” She said the firm had created a COVID-19 FAQ Hub to cope with demand for information on how the pandemic could affect home loans, credit cards, insurance and a range of other household costs. Source: x Coronavirus: Banks move to stem mortgage fallout -... A new survey has found almost half of Queenslanders have had their incomes cut or soon to be cut because of COVID-19, with concern for mortgages now. See the list of how banks are responding.
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