In Cane there has been a history of lower than average prices and demand, offering opportunities for investors or first home owners, especially in the context of the growth in working from home. Incomes in Cane are above average indicating a preference for good quality housing and lifestyle. That ensures consistent price growth. Low average earnings from people in Cane leads to lower quality housing which also negatively impacts the provision of facilities. As a consequence this area is often seen as less desirable, with lower quality of housing and slower price growth. Medium density in Cane necessitates a mix of lifestyle options for housing, shops, open areas, and facilties. Where this is available, demand is high and growth ensured. With very low industrial sector presence in Cane the focus is on lifestyle, driving specific demand around facilities, services, and open space. Most people are employed in service sectors with a higher than average proportion being able to work from home. This may incease demand over the medium term.
None within suburb boundary(While the above schools are located with the suburb of Cane there may also be nearby schools whose catchments cover this suburb)
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source: Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
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