Real Estate News & Articles

House prices across greater SEQ to outpace even Brisbane in lead-up to 2032 Olympics

25 Aug2021
Brisbane might have won the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic games, but it could be regional Queensland's property market that comes away with the gold.  A report from analysis firm CoreLogic highligh [...] Read More...

Brisbane Olympics 2032: Development and Infrastructure Guide

24 Aug2021
The 2032 Brisbane Olympics may still be a decade away but a raft of development and infrastructure projects are ready to break ground following planning discussions between the Brisbane City Council and the [...] Read More...

The Best New Restaurants In Brisbane For 2021

19 Mar2021
If you’ve ever visited Brisvegas and thought to yourself “this city could use more Italian restaurants”, then you’re going to love reading through this list of the best new restaurants in [...] Read More...

Empty rental listings plummet across the capitals except for Sydney and Melbourne

18 Mar2021
Tenants in most capital cities will be hard pressed to get a good deal right now with the number of empty properties having plummeted across the country – except for the two biggest cities, new data shows [...] Read More...

Seized Endangered Species Exhibit

17 Mar2021
Brisbane Airport, Australia An exhibit of endangered species confiscated from smugglers and passengers.   CHANCES ARE THAT IF YOU’VE walked through the big yellow departure gate of Brisbane Inter [...] Read More...

Queenslanders experiencing toughest property market in years

16 Mar2021
Queenslanders are experiencing the toughest property market in years with house prices soaring and a dire shortage of available land. The city of Logan, south of Brisbane, has become a battleground of bidding [...] Read More...

Mushrooms 'popping up out of control' in Brisbane backyards after wet weather.

15 Mar2021
New species of mushrooms could be sprouting in backyards after recent wet weather has seen fungi popping up around south-east Queensland gardens, unveiling the fungal kingdom underground. But residents are urged [...] Read More...

Brisbane City Hall's new auditorium floor costs $565k, timing of work questioned by Labor

12 Mar2021
The 100-year-old floorboards in the Brisbane City Hall auditorium have been replaced at a cost of $565,000. The auditorium in the centre of the 1930s-era heritage-listed building at King George Square will reopen [...] Read More...

Brisbane’s heritage bridges a blessing and a burden

22 Feb2021
Bearing the brunt of Brisbane’s congestion, bridges form a critical part of the river city’s infrastructure – but they come with their own set of challenges. While some, such as the Story and [...] Read More...

Property developer buys heritage-listed Shafston House but plans for site are unclear

19 Feb2021
The heritage-listed 1851 riverfront property Shafston House has been sold to a property developer. According to the Queensland Heritage Register, the gothic-style house at Kangaroo Point is one of the oldest [...] Read More...
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