Real Estate News & Articles

Tips for attracting wildlife to your garden

29 Nov2017
DEVELOPER Barratt Homes is encouraging householders to make their gardens a haven for wildlife. The builder is working with groups such as the RSPB to help encourage wildlife in urban and rural areas, and it [...] Read More...

Why property investors aren’t necessarily as rich as you think they are

28 Nov2017
Investors have surged in the Sydney and Melbourne property markets at record levels over the past few years, with many amassing significant property portfolios. Many Gen Y investors have made headlines for [...] Read More...

‘There will always be snakes around’: Tips to prepare your property

27 Nov2017
THE weather is warming up, which means the chance of seeing a snake on your property is increasing. Jake Hansen from Orange Snake Service said there isn’t anything people can do to stop snakes from [...] Read More...

Home for a lifetime: The Brisbane suburbs where no one leaves

26 Nov2017
If you live in Highgate Hill, Wilston or even Carindale, you’re probably not moving anywhere anytime soon. That’s because residents in those, and other, Brisbane suburbs generally don’t like [...] Read More...

What to do when buying a unit when you have pets

24 Nov2017
So, you are thinking of buying a unit and you have pets? TCM Strata share their tips on how to get approval for your Fido before you sign on the dotted line. Tip One: Ask your sales agent to obtain the [...] Read More...

Renovations rescue our oldest surviving private residence

23 Nov2017
Eskgrove, 56 Laidlaw Pde, East Brisbane, built 1853 A LONG driveway from busy Lytton Rd at one time was the entry point to Eskgrove. But the entrance was always facing the backstreet – Laidlaw Pde. [...] Read More...

Five of the best penthouses in Brisbane and the Gold Coast

22 Nov2017
Penthouses are endlessly fascinating when they come up for sale, because they give a glimpse into the lifestyles of the wealthy who usually inhabit the sky-high homes. Several new and stylish sky-homes have [...] Read More...

Wanted: Outdoor dunnies and thunderboxes for Brisbane museum

21 Nov2017
Have you still got an outhouse, a dunny, a loo, the long drop, a thunderbox or a crapper in your backyard? Queensland's Urban Utilities is looking to collect and restore some of the country's remaining [...] Read More...

Who makes the decision on an application, and who can the property manager pass the information collected from the application form onto?

20 Nov2017
This will depend on the specific instructions given by the lessor at the time of negotiating the PO Form 6. As every application is a form of offer, the property manager should verify the terms of the tenancy with [...] Read More...

Virgin starts Brisbane biofuel trial

19 Nov2017
Brisbane airport will become one of the first airports in the world to use biofuel, with Virgin Australia trialling the sustainable fuel source. Virgin has partnered with US-based renewable fuel supplier Gevo [...] Read More...
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