Real Estate News & Articles

New apartments still in demand: Brisbane renters ‘willing to pay’

06 Nov2018
THERE is strong demand to rent new apartments in Brisbane’s inner-city despite oversupply fears, with tenants even willing to pay more for premium product, a new survey has found. Urbis has released a [...] Read More...

How to avoid DIY disasters

05 Nov2018
The rise of property reality television shows are inspiring investors and landlords on do-it-yourself renovations, but one insurance provider warns that such renos could place tenants at risk. Carolyn Parrella [...] Read More...

Renting in Brisbane: Rents remain flat, with no growth for investors for years to come

02 Nov2018
For the Brisbane rental market, there’s good news all round. If you’re a renter, congratulations; rents for both houses and units are flat, again. “Tenants in Brisbane have enjoyed four years [...] Read More...

5 tax tips for self-managed property investors

01 Nov2018
The tax perks of owing an investment property have been in the news a lot recently, even as the property market shows signs of cooling in many parts of the country. If you’re thinking of managing your own [...] Read More...

Renting in Brisbane: Rents remain flat, with no growth for investors for years to come

31 Oct2018
For the Brisbane rental market, there’s good news all round. If you’re a renter, congratulations; rents for both houses and units are flat, again. “Tenants in Brisbane have enjoyed four years [...] Read More...

Millions spent to snap up cliffside ‘castle’ in Brisbane hinterland

30 Oct2018
A BRISBANE buyer has spent millions to take a jawdropping cliffside ‘castle’ in the city’s hinterland off the open market. An auction planned for the stunning four bedroom home in Jollys Lookout [...] Read More...

Australia set for worst harvest in 10 yrs

29 Oct2018
October showers have brought some relief to farmers, but it's far too late for much of Australia's drought-ravaged cropping country, with rural analysts predicting the worst winter harvest in 10 years. [...] Read More...

Brisbane developer delivers inner-city West End park

26 Oct2018
The developer of a controversial West End housing project has delivered on its promise to create an inner-city public park the size of Brisbane’s Post Office Square. The Common at West Village will open [...] Read More...

Premier asks for public advice on potential statewide rental reforms

25 Oct2018
A third of Queenslanders live in rental properties yet even the Premier admits the state's tenancy laws are stuck in the 1970s. The state government planned to consult with renters, landlords and real [...] Read More...

Staff call for hospital renaming over Lady Cilento's racist and homophobic views

24 Oct2018
Medical staff at Brisbane’s Lady Cilento Children’s hospital say the building is a “monument to a quack”, named after a doctor with a history of racist and homophobic commentary, who argued [...] Read More...
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