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New data shows apartment and units failing to gain traction

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The first REA Home Price Index Report shows apartment prices have dipped. Picture: Jenny Evans


Investors will have to wait a little longer for Brisbane’s white-hot property market to flow through and bump up the value of apartments with prices falling in February, according to the new REA Price Index Report.

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Apartment values in the capital city area bucked the rising trend in housing to dip 0.1 per cent last month with the median price of a Brisbane unit sitting at $395,000.

Units in regional Queensland also fell 0.1 per cent last month. However, the latest data is not all…



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