Real Estate News & Articles

What to Expect from Brisbane’s Residential Market

22 May2019
While conditions in Brisbane’s residential market are expected to remain weak for some time, there are some green shoots as the Brisbane market enters recovery mode and inches toward its next growth phase [...] Read More...

Tough chance for locals renting in Noosa

21 May2019
NOOSA'S rental vacancy rate has eased slightly in the latest figures while the Sunshine Coast region has moved from the tight to the healthy range, according to the REIQ latest quarterly report. But at 2 per [...] Read More...

Why Brisbane's high-end developers have kept control of their buildings

17 May2019
Brisbane’s high-end property developers are not just constructing giant apartment blocks and moving on – they are staying put, managing everything from lawn mowing to lock-outs. As the property market [...] Read More...

Time capsule shows how Brisbane ticks in 2019

16 May2019
Huge Queensland events, big personalities, quiet achievers and future leaders. They all had their place in a 2019 time capsule, consisting of 80 items,  buried under the $3.6 billion Queen's Wharf [...] Read More...

Brisbane tavern owners cop rare loss in hot pub market

15 May2019
A group of investors, headed by former Yellow Brick Road owner David Carr, has copped a rare loss in the hot pub sector, after selling the Redcliffe Tavern and First Choice Liquor Superstore in Brisbane's [...] Read More...

Brisbane Market Continues To Shine

14 May2019
Hot on the heels of the sale of 133 Mary Street at $96.5 million, nearby 201 Charlotte Street, Brisbane has changed hands at $126.7 million. The property was placed on the market in March through Knight Frank and [...] Read More...

Brisbane the most expensive major city to fill up

13 May2019
New figures from RACQ revealed River City motorists have again been slugged more for unleaded petrol than those in the other major capital cities. The Club’s Monthly Fuel Price Report showed Brisbane&rsq [...] Read More...

Driverless cars in trial confused by white lines, scuff marks on Brisbane roads

10 May2019
Automated vehicles trialled on Brisbane motorways unintentionally drove into emergency stopping bays and were confused by scuff marks on the roads. The findings of a two-month trial of the technology means it [...] Read More...

New Brisbane inner-city high school catchment revealed

01 May2019
Inner-city Brisbane families will soon be able to finally send their children to a local high school, but only if they live within catchment boundaries just released by the state government. The catchment [...] Read More...

Best of Brisbane 2019: Who does the best fish and chips?

30 Apr2019
NOTHING beats tucking into a delicious helping of fish and chips. And we are on the hunt to crown Brisbane’s best. Who does the city’s best fish and chips? Nominate your favourites in the [...] Read More...
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