Real Estate News & Articles

OPERA SET TO ADD VALUE TO BRISBANE TOURISM ECONOMY

23 Aug2019
Ticket sales data recently released for Richard Wagner’s epic Der Ring des Nibelungen, or ‘The Ring’, have shown that within two months of the event being announced for the Queensland Performing [...] Read More...

Brisbane’s Narrowest Commercial Tower Approved

22 Aug2019
A development application has been approved for an ultra-skinny mixed use tower located in Brisbane's CBD. The 30-storey development, lodged by Sydney-based Lionmar Holdings, will sit atop the heritage-listed [...] Read More...

Heavy congestion on Qld's humpback highway

21 Aug2019
I had always imagined that watching the giants of the sea migrating from the chilly waters of Antarctica to their northern breeding grounds would be a serene experience. But the truth of the matter is humpback [...] Read More...

The Brisbane suburbs where rent prices have increased most

20 Aug2019
Brisbane’s rent prices have remained relatively steady over the past 12 months, but that doesn’t mean there hasn’t been any big changes in rent prices across the city. So which suburbs have [...] Read More...

Revealed: The 446 Queensland childcare centres failing national standards

19 Aug2019
AN astounding 446 Queensland childcare centres are failing to meet national standards for quality care seven years after the ratings were introduced. The Courier-Mail can reveal analysis of the [...] Read More...

The Early Indicators that show Brisbane Vendors are Gearing Up for Spring Selling Season

16 Aug2019
Brisbane’s property market is set to pick up this spring, with the earliest indicators – property stylists who dress the homes for sale – reporting a marked increase in business. After what they [...] Read More...

Seven inner-city Brisbane suburbs where speed limit may drop to 40km/h

15 Aug2019
Several inner-city Brisbane suburbs have been handpicked for a proposed speed limit change, with some limits potentially lowered by 20km/h. But the proposal has already met with opposition from Brisbane City [...] Read More...

RACQ reveals thieves hit Brisbane's 4109 postcode hardest

07 Aug2019
Brisbane's southern suburbs have the worst home theft rate in the Brisbane region, an RACQ report has found. RACQ have released their 2016 list for worst suburbs for home theft and found Macgregor, Robertson [...] Read More...

PROPOSED INDOOROOPILLY RIVERWALK IS GOOD NEWS FOR CYCLISTS, BUT SOME THINK IT DOESN’T GO FAR ENOUGH

06 Aug2019
Bikers are welcoming the proposal to build a 400-metre riverwalk in Indooroopilly, but not everyone is satisfied. Brisbane City Council is planning to construct a river path along the Brisbane River much [...] Read More...

Casinos to remain exempt from ID scanning laws to help make Brisbane 'new world city'

05 Aug2019
Casinos will not have trading hour restrictions and will continue to be exempt from mandatory ID scanners as the Palaszczuk Government rejects some of the recommendations made by an in-depth examination of Quee [...] Read More...
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