Ipswich Property Market Report


MRD was developed to educate, empower and assist property investors throughout their investment journey.

To do so, we’re committed to offering the latest market research so you can learn, grow and build sustainable wealth primarily through property.

Our Ipswich Property Market Reports is backed by almost 15 years of property research experience.

The information in this Ipswich report is sourced from a range of published and respected data sources to create a holistic overview of the property market in the Ipswich region.

In other words, we've done the legwork on research in Ipswich so you don’t have to. 

Our Ipswich Property Market Report addresses all aspects that are pertinent if you are considering acquiring residential property in the region to expand your investment portfolio. It puts all elements of Ipswich in context for you, with a focus on:

  • The Property Cycle
  • Vacancy Rate
  • Median Rents
  • Rental Prices
  • Rental Yield
  • Median House Price
  • Supply Indicators
  • New Stock Coming to Market
  • Industry sector of employment
  • Employment Status
  • The Future: The property and commodity market

As one of Queensland’s oldest towns, Ipswich is known for its historic buildings and cultural heritage.
Traditionally affordable housing and elevated post-war homes are being renovated to accommodate the fast growing population.

In mid 2013, population in Ipswich had reached 180,000. This area has one of the fastest population growth rates in Queensland, with an average of 4.6% annually. 

As a charming heritage city and a population growth hub, Ipswich has become a town for home-ownership and affordable living, with all of the benefits of a metropolitan lifestyle – including a University of Queensland campus, hospitals, top quality schools and public transport. 

The top three biggest employers for the region are manufacturing, health care and retail trade. 

In the whole Ipswich Local Government Area (LGA), the average Rental Yield is above 5%, with Median rent at $280 weekly. 

Median Price of Houses and Units are $290,000 and $279,000 respectively. 

Moreover, North Ipswich has the lowest unemployment rate making its house price; median rent and rental yield higher than other Ipswich regions.



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