Real Estate News & Articles

See the Brisbane factory where popular ice-cream cone was invented

17 Nov2017
The much-loved chocolate filled Drumstick ice-cream cones were invented in Brisbane and the ice-cream factory, which is now 89 years old, still stands in the inner city. Peters Ice Cream factory at West End was [...] Read More...

What legislation impacts on the tenancy selection process?

16 Nov2017
Under The Property Occupations Act and Regulations – A property manager must act in the clients best interests and demonstrate due care skill and diligence. Under The Privacy Act – When collecting [...] Read More...

Night market approved for Brisbane's biggest fresh food market

15 Nov2017
A night market within the already popular Brisbane Markets at Rocklea has been given the green light. Fairfax Media reported in September that Brisbane Markets submitted a development application to Brisbane [...] Read More...

What is the purpose of having prospective tenants complete a tenancy application form and what criteria do they have to meet?

14 Nov2017
The agent / property manager is acting on behalf of the owner and must demonstrate they have acted professionally in conducting due diligence in assessing the prospective tenants ability to;  1. Pay the [...] Read More...

Is your backyard dunny good enough for Brisbane's Poo-seum?

13 Nov2017
THE famous Aussie thunderbox shares a special place in the hearts of many of those Ipswich residents who have been around long enough. Call it looking at the past through rose-tinted spectacles, but many look [...] Read More...

Nightmare tenants leaving landlords thousands of dollars out of pocket.

12 Nov2017
NIGHTMARE tenants are leaving property investors thousands of dollars out of pocket, with a surge in the number of landlords trying to claw back unpaid rent and property damage costs. One of the nation’s [...] Read More...

New $40m music venue for Brisbane

10 Nov2017
Brisbane is set to get a new $40 million live entertainment venue in Fortitude Valley’s Brunswick St Mall with space for up to 3,300 people. The project is set to fill a gap in the market for a mid-sized [...] Read More...

Dodgy parkers now twice as likely to be busted near Brisbane schools

09 Nov2017
Motorists doing the wrong thing in Brisbane’s school zones are now twice as likely to cop a fine as Brisbane City Council more than doubles its enforcement officers. Anyone caught double parking or [...] Read More...

Interstate migration to Qld highest in 8 years as Sydney homeowners sell up

08 Nov2017
THE number of interstate migrants to Queensland is the highest it’s been for eight years, supporting predictions of an emerging exodus of Sydney and Melbourne homeowners selling up and moving to the Sunshine [...] Read More...

Cycling Mums Australia: The mum inspiring women to take to the road — on two wheels

07 Nov2017
The lycra-clad crowd that rolls into a coffee shop for a post-ride caffeine hit is usually dominated by men — but thanks to cyclists like Natalia de Clercq, women are increasingly taking their place in the [...] Read More...
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