Real Estate News & Articles

‘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...

Will the new Brisbane State High School catchment affect property prices?

13 Sep2018
Changes made to Brisbane State High School’s catchment zone are already affecting properties for sale in the area, according to local real estate agents. The state government released new catchment maps [...] Read More...

Public warning issued over plumbing service

12 Sep2018
A PUBLIC warning has been issued for Queenslanders to “exercise extreme caution” when dealing with a particular plumbing service advertising online. The Queensland Building and Construction Commi [...] Read More...

Brisbane City Council's travel expenses double to record level

11 Sep2018
Brisbane City Council's overseas travel expenses soared to $185,000 in the past financial year, more than double the previous period's figure and a six-fold increase on 2015-16. There were 30 overseas [...] Read More...

First look at Brisbane Airport's new runway

10 Sep2018
Costing close to $1.3 billion, Brisbane's new runway project is the biggest aviation construction job in Australia's history. Now, the first part of the mammoth project is nearly complete. The [...] Read More...

Brisbane eco-tourism proposal amended due to concern for native birdlife

07 Sep2018
A proposal for a $15 million eco-tourism and zipline development at Mt Coot-tha on the outskirts of Brisbane has been amended amid concerns about the project’s impact on the local Powerful Owl and other [...] Read More...

Brisbane's 'new Festival Hall' takes shape in Fortitude Valley

06 Sep2018
The architectual style of Brisbane’s long-awaited replacement venue for the demolished Festival Hall will fittingly pay tribute to the older buildings of the city demolished in the 1980s. The design [...] Read More...

Thousands of Australians forced into rental stress: report highlights income disparity

05 Sep2018
Renters living in the inner-suburbs of Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane are spending nearly half of their wages on rent – so much that renting is becoming as unaffordable as buying, according to a new report [...] Read More...
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