Real Estate News & Articles

Dog behaviourist on why some mischievous hounds are just bad to the bone

24 Sep2021
Have you ever looked at your furry friend and wondered why, of all things, must they bury your underwear? Or chew your couch? Or destroy the toilet paper?  You're not alone. The weird and (not always) [...] Read More...

Five common yet confusing property finance terms explained

22 Sep2021
Property finance is riddled with terminology and jargon that can confuse even experienced buyers and sellers, let alone first-timers. Arming yourself with knowledge before making a move improves your [...] Read More...

Cloned number plates suspected as Brisbane woman receives $1,200 speeding fine

20 Sep2021
A Brisbane woman says she was shocked to receive a $1,245 fine for allegedly speeding at nearly double the limit because it was not her vehicle that was caught on camera. Jacinta Hincks has told ABC Radio Bris [...] Read More...

Destructive drywood termites attacking Queensland homes, but a government fumigation program is axed

17 Sep2021
The Queensland government is being accused of abandoning residents whose homes are being eaten by the world's most destructive drywood termite. Brisbane's bayside suburbs as well as Maryborough, Bundab [...] Read More...

LUXURY BYRON BAY AIRBNBS NOW AS EXPENSIVE AS ‘DREAM HOLLYWOOD VILLAS’

16 Sep2021
Byron Bay is having a moment right now. Celebrities are moving in, buying hemp shirts, banging bongos and calling themselves locals (or something to that effect, apparently) and long time residents are both [...] Read More...

Angry bees in the Western Australia's south-west make stronger, more valuable venom

15 Sep2021
The venom of angry bees fed on a native West Australian forest diet has been found to be stronger – and with more desirable medicinal properties – than more docile bees. By weight, venom is the most [...] Read More...

Olympics to drive up Brisbane house prices

14 Sep2021
Brisbane's median house price of $678,000 is less than half of Sydney's and on par with that for Adelaide and Hobart. But don't expect it to stay that way. By the time the 2032 Olympic Games come to [...] Read More...

BRISBANE AIRPORT QUARANTINE FACILITY GIVEN GREEN LIGHT

13 Sep2021
Queensland’s first purpose-built quarantine facility for overseas arrivals has officially been given the green light, with construction set to be completed by mid-2022. The Queensland government has signed [...] Read More...

Brisbane motorists face price gouging at the petrol bowser, says RACQ

10 Sep2021
Brisbane motorists filling up their tanks today will be hard-pressed to find fuel under $1.70 per litre, but experts say holding off just a few days could save your back pocket.  The RACQ's Clare Hunter [...] Read More...

Queensland trials high-tech speed cameras in school zones as thousands caught speeding

08 Sep2021
A two-year trial of speed cameras in Queensland school and roadwork zones is set to begin after thousands of drivers were caught speeding through 40 kilometres per hour areas. The small cameras, that auto [...] Read More...
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