Real Estate News & Articles

Diversity is the key to avoiding property pain

18 Dec2017
A real lack of diversification in property market hotspots is catching out investors and it's threatening to send some people to the wall. Imagine paying nearly $50,000 a year in council rates on top of [...] Read More...

The National Broadband Network (NBN) – we’ve all heard of it and everyone wants it, right?

17 Dec2017
NBN is a national initiative funded by the Federal Government to provide us with a rapid and reliable connection to the internet. In the early stages of the roll out some areas were being connected free from [...] Read More...

What To Expect From The Housing Market In 2018: SQM

15 Dec2017
A slowdown in Sydney will help moderate the Australian housing market in 2018 — and Australia’s east-coast centric boom will continue in the coming months, according to housing expert Louis Christop [...] Read More...

Christmas Day weather forecast and what’s open in Brisbane

14 Dec2017
QUEENSLANDERS headed to the shops yesterday for a last-minute shopping storm but for some, the need for a fix will be too great to miss on Christmas Day too. While choices are very limited, those seeking [...] Read More...

Owners of 10 homes forced to sell to council

13 Dec2017
The owners of 10 Brisbane homes have been forced to hand their properties over to the Brisbane City Council so a $115 million road-widening project can be finished. The two-stage Wynnum Road road upgrade was [...] Read More...

Ipswich MasterChef to open ice cream parlour by December

12 Dec2017
LIFE is sweet for Brisbane's MasterChef runner-up Ben Ungermann as he prepares to launch his own range of ice creams this week. The talented foodie, who appeared this year's season of the Channel 10 [...] Read More...

Police crackdown on property crime

11 Dec2017
POLICE from Ipswich are working with authorities across south-east Queensland to bring the net down on property offenders A new police operation targeting repeat offenders is relying on rapid information [...] Read More...

Rare Queensland-made braille globe to be replicated

10 Dec2017
Thousands of dollars will be spent to recreate a Braille globe first invented by a Queenslander in the 1950s. Richard Frank Tunley created the globe for vision-impaired people by installing metal plates on a [...] Read More...

ARE INVESTORS SMARTER THAN OWNER OCCUPERS ABOUT DEBT AND ASSETS SUPPORTING DEBT

08 Dec2017
The latest analysis by CoreLogic of ABS data shows how investors are handling debt better than owner-occupiers, as well as how asset wealth is overtaking household debt despite overall spikes in both. New [...] Read More...

Kitchen Confidential: Queensland foodie news

07 Dec2017
FREIGHTING a menu that includes the likes of Summerland camel fillet with caramelised humus and burnt onion cream, and binchotan-seared duck livers with miso mayonnaise – it’s clear right from takeoff [...] Read More...
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