Real Estate News & Articles

One-bedroom unit rents take biggest hit during COVID-19 downturn, new data shows

05 Aug2020
The dearth of foreign students, tourists and international migration and younger Australians’ move to end their leases to return to their childhood homes have seen the smallest apartments take the biggest [...] Read More...

Two ‘city shaping’ towers for Brisbane’s waterfront

31 Jul2020
FJMT and Arkhefield have prepared designs for a $2.1 billion office development at the edge of Brisbane’s city grid and the Brisbane river. Dubbed Waterfront Brisbane, the Dexus development is being [...] Read More...

Seven steps to reduce mortgage stress

30 Jul2020
The federal government and banking sector have thrown everything they can at home owners during the pandemic to prevent widespread mortgage stress across the community. But when the music stops after six- [...] Read More...

Safety focus of first-ever Brisbane joint transport committee

29 Jul2020
The safety of bike riders and pedestrians will lead discussions when the Queensland Government, Brisbane City Council and community advocates meet on Monday for the inaugural Active Transport Advisory Committee [...] Read More...

Brisbane’s best buys: Must-see properties under $800,000

28 Jul2020
Here’s our pick of the best buys in Brisbane at the moment – and they start at just $325,000. 5 Oakington Street, Fig Tree Pocket With its vaulted ceilings and high panes of glass, his four-bedroom [...] Read More...

Open air: Brisbane flight volume to take off as borders reopen

27 Jul2020
Capacity on domestic flights in and out of Brisbane Airport will increase by 7000 seats a day when Queensland’s border reopens on July 10. The demand, which will see almost two-dozen extra flights a day [...] Read More...

Brisbane residents given six-month rates freeze in City Council budget

24 Jul2020
Brisbane residents have been given a rates freeze after the COVID-19 pandemic sent the city council's budget more than $140 million further into the red. The city council will freeze rates for six [...] Read More...

Brisbane City Council budget at a glance: Winners and losers

17 Jul2020
Supporting ratepayers and businesses while helping to boost the city's economic recovery are the central aims of Brisbane lord mayor Adrian Schrinner's second budget handed down on Wednesday morning. A [...] Read More...

Maple plan ticked for Brisbane's Quay Street

16 Jul2020
Maple Development Group, an arm of Chinese developer Peng Bo, has been given planning approval for its largest residential project yet, a $200 million apartment tower in central Brisbane's Quay Street preci [...] Read More...

Brisbane charities swamped as economic fallout from pandemic deepens, with no government assistance in sight

15 Jul2020
When Brazilian student Hayane first moved to Australia to study a diploma in leadership and management, she never imagined she'd be forced to rely on a charity to stop her from going hungry. But after the [...] Read More...
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