Real Estate News & Articles

The shape of things to come for Brisbane's public art

28 Mar2019
A lack of finances in Brisbane's art scene means the city's creatives rely on generosity, frugality and a "make do" attitude that creates a community of collaboration, artists and architects say. T [...] Read More...

Expert tips on how to pass a rental inspection with flying colours

27 Mar2019
Every six months a smartly dressed woman with a clipboard arrives at my neighbour’s front door, knocking briskly before letting herself in. Another property inspection? Already? “I don’t mind! [...] Read More...

Vegetables and herbs you can easily grow without a garden

26 Mar2019
When I hit my 30s, I became overwhelmed by the urge to nurture, cherish and protect something as it grew and matured. It wasn't a new human life I wanted to create (no, thanks), but a desire to surround [...] Read More...

Lawn, garden and tree maintenance advice for those taking control of their first backyard

22 Mar2019
If you've never had a backyard before, the maintenance can be daunting, and short of asking Dad around to mow the lawn, it can be hard to know where to start. To help first-time backyard owners and renters or [...] Read More...

Road closures planned for Tour de Brisbane cycling race

20 Mar2019
Thousands of cyclists will hit Brisbane’s streets in April for the new Tour de Brisbane, shutting down a 110-kilometre network of roads across the city on a Sunday morning. The Tour de Brisbane will [...] Read More...

Tips on how to be a water-smart gardener during heatwaves

19 Mar2019
If you love your garden and hate seeing it suffer in summer (but don't like the idea of keeping your taps on to keep it green), there are some tricks to help you use less water. Sustainable Gardening [...] Read More...

The Queenslander from the year 2000: Brisbane starts to grow up and not out

15 Mar2019
By the year 2000, once we had all survived “Y2K” and the introduction of the GST, the Brisbane property landscape was readying to undergo a significant change. The 2000 Brisbane City Plan, which [...] Read More...

Are One-bedders Holding Brisbane's Apartment Market Back?

14 Mar2019
Buyer demand favours apartments with more bedrooms, as a new report warns buyers and developers alike to stay away from one-bedroom apartment stock. Brisbane’s apartment market has been quite the talking [...] Read More...

Are townhouses the next to tip over into oversupply?

13 Mar2019
We all know that new units in some inner Brisbane suburbs have tipped into oversupply territory but could townhouses be the next dwelling to be “loved to death” by developers? Not likely, according [...] Read More...

How low-deposit home loans can help young people can break into the housing market..

12 Mar2019
It's becoming harder for young South Australians to buy their first home, research has shown. But experts say there are ways to get into the market, with more people turning to low-deposit home loans in a [...] Read More...
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