Real Estate News & Articles

Property sales soar past $200m in a week

01 Oct2018
Investors have focused their attention on a range of assets with sales reaching past the $200 million mark in the past week. It is a reflection on the low cost of borrowing and demand for bricks and mortar over [...] Read More...

Breathing life into old riverfront property

28 Sep2018
A ONCE derelict building, the former Grafton Bowls Club has been revitalised by Cranes. The organisation has been working on making the building, perched above the Clarence River on Kemp St, suitable for its [...] Read More...

Population boom: QLD the nation’s new interstate migration capital

27 Sep2018
QUEENSLAND has overtaken Victoria to become the nation’s interstate migration capital, with new-found economic optimism and a resilient housing market luring an influx of southerners north. The latest [...] Read More...

Brisbane property’s secret entrance hidden in plain sight

26 Sep2018
JUSTICE League stashed theirs in space, the Avengers’ hid theirs in New York, but the secret entrance in this Brisbane property is so clever it’s hidden in plain sight. The streets of Brisbane [...] Read More...

Rentals disappearing as Brisbane moves towards landlord’s market…

25 Sep2018
BRISBANE is fast becoming a landlord’s market as rentals are snapped up by southerners fleeing Sydney and Melbourne for a taste of the sunshine state. New figures from property valuation firm SQM Research [...] Read More...

North vs. south: Where Brisbane home values are rising and falling the most

20 Sep2018
BRISBANE’S property market has become a tale of two cities, with homeowners in the western suburbs revelling in higher home values and a buyer’s market emerging in the south. Brisbane’s west [...] Read More...

This project will change Brisbane from a stop over to a destination and will lead to property price growth

19 Sep2018
I WAS in Sydney this week meeting with a series of buyer’s agents, financial planners and accountants. With so much chatter about a slow down in the Sydney and Melbourne markets, there is renewed interest [...] Read More...

‘Money well spent’: Brisbane City Council mocked over training workers on how to cross the road

18 Sep2018
IT WAS supposed to be a foolproof plan to set a good example for the thousands of people that walk through Brisbane’s CBD every day — instead, the city council’s plan to train its workers on how [...] Read More...

Calls for Brisbane to have large landmark to draw in tourists

17 Sep2018
Does Brisbane need a unique landmark? A big, modern version of the Eiffel Tower or the Statue of Liberty? That’s the call from a prominent property expert who told 9NEWS an iconic monument would make the [...] Read More...

North vs. south: Where Brisbane home values are rising and falling the most

14 Sep2018
BRISBANE’S property market has become a tale of two cities, with homeowners in the western suburbs revelling in higher home values and a buyer’s market emerging in the south. Brisbane’s west [...] Read More...
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