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Toowoomba housing market strongest in regional Queensland

Toowoomba housing market strongest in regional Queensland   TOOWOOMBA had the highest growth in the housing market of all regional Queensland in the past five years, a new report released today has shown. The Real Estate Institute Queensland market monitor for December 2017 showed the market grew 20 per cent in five years. REIQ Darling…Read More→
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Futuristic Coast house defies gravity with top level balancing at a terrifying angle

Futuristic Coast house defies gravity with top level balancing at a terrifying angle   This Casuarina house looks like it has come from the future. A FUTURISTIC house that appears to defy the rules of gravity has hit the market with an impressive price tag to match. The beachfront property at Casuarina, which is listed for…Read More→
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Townsville real estate agents fined $8.5k for breaching rental laws

Townsville real estate agents fined $8.5k for breaching rental laws   A real estate agency in Townsville has been fined $8,500 for committing several offences under the Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act 2008 (the Act). Coral Sea Property Management, otherwise known to Townsville locals as the Property Management Pirates, were convicted in the Townsville Magistrates Court on…Read More→
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Gold Coast among the most expensive regional QLD cities to rent property

Gold Coast among the most expensive regional QLD cities to rent property   A new report reveals the Gold Coast is one of the most expensive regional Queensland cities to rent property. RENTERS on the Gold Coast are forking out some of the highest prices for properties in regional Queensland. A new report released by…Read More→
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Fast growing towns: Toowoomba

Fast growing towns: Toowoomba This fast growing city of 157,000, 130 kilometres west of Brisbane is one for investors to watch. While many regional centres decry the lack of opportunities, that doesn’t wash in Toowoomba. You can see the “T-Bar spirit” on display at its spanking new airport, which opened to QantasLink flights last year….Read More→
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Buying property: Need to know

Buying property: What you need to know The property process can be scary, daunting, and downright confusing. Which is why we’ve revived Propchat, our monthly roundup of all things property. For our very first Propchat of 2015 we looked at everything you need to know about buying property. We were joined by Buyer’s Advocate Sam…Read More→
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Federal Budget and Property

What does the Federal Budget mean for property? There were very few surprises when Treasurer Joe Hockey handed down his second Federal Budget. A perception of stability was the order of the day as Budget leaks turned out to be true, and nothing much changed to impact the home owners and investors of property. There…Read More→
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Affordability left off Budget agenda?

Why was housing affordability left off Budget agenda? First home buyers are borrowing more than ever before, yet the 2015 Budget failed to tackle housing affordability. First home buyer numbers fell to 14.7 per cent in March, from 15.1 per cent in February, and the average loan size is up $5,200 to $326,300, according to…Read More→
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Reserve Bank cuts rates

Reserve Bank cuts rates to historic 2% The Reserve Bank has cut interest rates by 25 basis points just a week before Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey delivers his second budget. Despite the housing market showing now signs of slowing down – particularly in the Sydney and Melbourne markets – the RBA cut the official cash…Read More→
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