Here are some of the best high-yield suburbs in regional Queensland right now, based on Suburb Help’s analysis of property investment markets throughout regional Queensland. Our selection filters suburbs not only using yields but also by a minimum count of listings, a maximum level of inventory, a maximum vacancy rate and suitable rental tenure. If suburbs pass those checks, we sort the results based on estimated yields.
Our high-yield list includes both house markets and unit markets. While units will often dominate this list, Suburb Help believes property investors should favour house markets, as historical data shows houses have generally experienced higher long-term price growth than units.