Real Estate News & Articles

Brisbane mango auction notches up $13k for tray

10 Oct2018
MANGO season has been officially launched in Qld with the symbolic first tray of the season fetching $13,000 at the Brisbane Markets this morning. Domenico Casagrande of Megafresh in Carina and Chandler claimed [...] Read More...

The dark history of Brisbane’s oldest building

09 Oct2018
A dark history of hangings and torturous punishments haunts Brisbane's oldest building, a stately stone windmill atop Spring Hill. Opening just once a year as part of Brisbane Open House, many miss the [...] Read More...

ARE YOUNG PEOPLE MAKING THE SACRIFICE??

08 Oct2018
Young people are doing anything and everything to get into the housing market with Mr Manion insisting he’s been counting his pennies for years to build up his nest egg. But Mr Ryder insists a lot of [...] Read More...

‘People don’t get how hard it is’: Young people on Brisbane’s housing market

05 Oct2018
WHEN it comes to Aussies struggling to afford their first home, prices in Sydney and Melbourne dominate the debate. But young people living in Brisbane say the housing market is just as tricky to break into [...] Read More...

Be scrupulous with ATO or be snared with data matching…

04 Oct2018
It doesn’t matter whether it’s a business, interest, dividends, rent earned on an overseas property, Airbnb, Deliveroo delivering or other types of income you’ve earned, the chances are you need [...] Read More...

Qld Airbnb rentals double in just 18 months, rising the most in coastal regions

03 Oct2018
QUEENSLAND’S Airbnb listings have doubled in just 18 months, with more than 13 per cent of all housing in one of the state’s key holiday hotspots now short-term rental accommodation. A study by [...] Read More...

Are townhouses the next to tip over into oversupply?

02 Oct2018
We all know that new units in some inner Brisbane suburbs have tipped into oversupply territory but could townhouses be the next dwelling to be “loved to death” by developers? Not likely, according [...] Read More...

Property sales soar past $200m in a week

01 Oct2018
Investors have focused their attention on a range of assets with sales reaching past the $200 million mark in the past week. It is a reflection on the low cost of borrowing and demand for bricks and mortar over [...] Read More...

Breathing life into old riverfront property

28 Sep2018
A ONCE derelict building, the former Grafton Bowls Club has been revitalised by Cranes. The organisation has been working on making the building, perched above the Clarence River on Kemp St, suitable for its [...] Read More...

Population boom: QLD the nation’s new interstate migration capital

27 Sep2018
QUEENSLAND has overtaken Victoria to become the nation’s interstate migration capital, with new-found economic optimism and a resilient housing market luring an influx of southerners north. The latest [...] Read More...
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