Real Estate News & Articles

Holland Park home hits market for first time in 38 years

14 Dec2018
This historic Holland Park home was built in 1938 by renowned Brisbane builder Burton Hollingsworth, who worked on the heritage-listed El Nido property at Hamilton. It is now on the market for the first time in [...] Read More...

Half of new Brisbane apartments worth less than what they sold for, but “worst is over”

12 Dec2018
EVERY second new apartment sold in Brisbane in the past year is now worth less than what it changed hands for, but developers and owner-occupiers have not lost confidence in the city’s unit market. More [...] Read More...

Christmas crime: The hot items thieves will be targeting this year

11 Dec2018
Australia’s retailers are being warned to brace for a Christmas crime wave, with more than a third of shoplifting thefts predicted to happen during the holiday season. While most retailers will make 30 [...] Read More...

Inside Brisbane’s most eclectic new hotel

10 Dec2018
There’s no doubting that Brisbane is Australia’s next big thing. Hubs like Adelaide and Canberra have had their time in the sun, taking out top awards and making it onto must-visit lists across the [...] Read More...

Families urged to get a wiggle on as snakes ruin traditional Christmas tree preparation…

07 Dec2018
Staff at a family-run Christmas tree farm are struggling to maintain their yuletide spirit as an inundation of deadly brown snakes has led to untended trees and dangers to browsing visitors. While families [...] Read More...

Brisbane ferry strike to hit thousands of commuters

06 Dec2018
Thousands of Brisbane commuters will be left high and dry today with the city's ferry drivers beginning a two-day strike. The strike which began at 4am today will last until the end of Friday, with workers [...] Read More...

Pedestrian Council calling for $200 fines to improve Brisbane road safety…

05 Dec2018
Pedestrians distracted using mobile phones or noise-cancelling headphones should face a $200 fine, according to the Pedestrian Council of Australia. The call comes as the Brisbane City Council introduced a raft [...] Read More...

The Brisbane suburbs transforming the face of the city

04 Dec2018
Pockets of Brisbane have changed dramatically in the past 15 years as prestige central suburbs have lost their status and young migrants bring different needs to middle and outer suburbs, a Queensland demographer [...] Read More...

Brisbane’s South Bank set for major transformation

03 Dec2018
Brisbane’s popular South Bank precinct is poised for a major revitalisation, with the Queensland Government announcing it will develop a new master plan for the area. Originally a meeting place for [...] Read More...

North v south: Brisbane's watery divide

30 Nov2018
The river is a central part of all Brisbanite's identities, whether it's which side of the river we call home, or what it represents to us culturally. Forget politics and religion - there's only one [...] Read More...
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