Real Estate News & Articles

Timber high-rises and trendy laneways to be among architecture trends of 2018

18 Jan2018
More pop-up shops, high-rises made of wood and the demise of big box shopping malls — these are just some of the architecture trends you can expect to see in 2018. Celebrated Brisbane architect Michael [...] Read More...

JANUARY 2018: NASA’S TOP TIPS TO WATCH THE QUADRANTIDS AND A TOTAL LUNAR ECLIPSE

17 Jan2018
January is set to be an incredible month for the skies. Warming up with the New Year’s Supermoon and the spectacular Quadrantids, this month will end with a blue supermoon in total eclipse for many viewer [...] Read More...

Work set to begin on Brisbane's biggest hole

16 Jan2018
One of the biggest holes in Brisbane's history is about to be dug in George Street. From the huge excavation pit will emerge Brisbane’s new Queens Wharf casino, entertainment and resort complex, being [...] Read More...

Is this Brisbane’s biggest dump? This Teneriffe home is falling down but it’s still worth a fortune

15 Jan2018
The hazard tape barring anyone from walking up the front steps is the first clue this house isn’t in the best shape. And it only gets worse at 6 Hastings Street, Teneriffe. The second set of steps is made [...] Read More...

Why Brisbane, not Grafton, is the original jacaranda capital of Australia

12 Jan2018
Grafton in northern New South Wales is often labelled Australia's jacaranda capital, but a gardens curator believes Brisbane should hold the title. Ross McKinnon, former curator of the Brisbane Botanic [...] Read More...

Date set for Brisbane City Council byelection

11 Jan2018
Voters on Brisbane’s eastside will return to polling booths on January 20 to select a new Brisbane City councillor to replace Labor’s Shayne Sutton. The Greens have confirmed they will run a cand [...] Read More...

Brisbane car parking: 250 tickets as motorists disobey no standing at Brisbane Airport drop-off zone

10 Jan2018
MOTORISTS are still coming to grips with the no standing policy at the drop-off, pick-up zone at Brisbane Airport, with more than 250 tickets handed out each year. The Brisbane Airport Corporation’s (BAC) [...] Read More...

Queensland Property Sector Questions Integrity of Land Valuations

05 Jan2018
Queensland’s property sector has raised significant concerns about a decision not to issue new statutory valuations for a number of the state’s most significant local government areas, arguing that the [...] Read More...

Decaying real estate: The Brisbane properties worth millions being left to rot

04 Jan2018
Ever driven past a house or a building and wondered why it’s been left to rot? Some of Brisbane’s most well-known sites, which have sat degrading for years, are also prime pieces of real estate. The [...] Read More...

What to do if you are informed of a domestic violence situation

03 Jan2018
Every person has a right to feel safe and live free from violence.And whilst it can be a difficult situation to become involved in, particularly when we are appointed by the client who may not have any emotional [...] Read More...
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