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Is This the Year of the Townhouse?

By | 2017-09-18T04:12:35+00:00 February 18th, 2017|Blog|

 Urban Developer, 6 Feb 2017 As the saying goes, ‘what goes around, comes around’. Such is the case of the humble townhouse in Australia. In the latter half of 2016 the townhouse experienced a resurgence, with this typology quickly becoming the dwelling of choice for off the plan purchasers disillusioned by the oversupplied apartment market

See us on Best Houses Australia

By | 2017-09-18T04:11:23+00:00 September 18th, 2016|Blog|

AR Developments will be featured on Channel 7's lifestyle show Best Houses Australia at the end of September. Filming took place in July, with two representatives from our Sales & Marketing team, Gil and Jess, being interviewed by the show's host Josh at our display home at Tingalpa Green. We are excited to see the

Why to Invest in Australia’s New World City

By | 2017-09-18T04:11:35+00:00 September 18th, 2016|Blog|

Source: Mark Mendel, ibuynew With Melbourne recently being named as the world’s most liveable city for the sixth year running by The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Survey, Brisbane also has a vision of its own and that is to become Australia’s next New World City by 2022.This vision isn’t the first time we’ve heard about it.

Algester Rise is Now Under Construction

By | 2017-09-18T04:11:42+00:00 September 18th, 2016|Blog|

  Our most recent project, Algester Rise, has now started civil construction, with bulk earthworks and retaining wall construction currently underway. This project will be speeding up over the next month, with building foundations construction starting shortly. Algester Rise is now selling. For more information on Algester Rise contact 07 3333 2006.  

Parkside Wishart is Progressing Well

By | 2017-09-18T04:11:46+00:00 September 18th, 2016|Blog|

Construction at Parkside Wishart is progressing well, with the sold out Stage 1 approaching completion at the end of this year. Check out the progress pictures below. With Parkside Wishart Stage 1 approaching completion, Stage 2 wont last long and is already 70% sold out.

Investors Chasing Yields and Growth Head to Queensland

By | 2017-09-18T04:11:52+00:00 September 18th, 2016|Blog|

  Source: Australian Property Investor magazine, 22 September 2016 Low interest rates, a competitive Australian dollar and improved infrastructure are contributing to a strong start to the traditional spring selling market in southeast Queensland, according to real estate group Raine & Horne. “There are many factors aiding Queensland property markets this spring,” Raine & Horne

Brisbane Favoured by Investors

By | 2017-09-18T04:11:56+00:00 September 18th, 2016|Blog|

  A survey of 1,000 property investors by the Property Investment Professionals of Australia found 50% preferred Brisbane as the best place to buy real estate, while 20% opted for Melbourne, 10% for Sydney, 9% for Adelaide and 4% for Perth. The two key reasons that Brisbane was attractive to investors, in spite of concerns

Housing Market: Why Gen Y Should Buy Now

By | 2017-09-18T04:12:02+00:00 September 18th, 2016|Blog|

ABC, Andrew Robertson, Tues 1 Nov 2016 Demographer Bernard Salt really put the cat amongst the pigeons with his suggestion that Gen Ys should eat less smashed avo and instead start saving for a house. It prompted my ABC colleague Michael Janda, himself in Gen Y, to fire off an excellent article on why Gen

Brisbane’s most profitable suburbs

By | 2017-09-18T02:25:41+00:00 September 18th, 2015|Blog|

Source: Laura Brodnik, BMag When buying property, much like ordering pizza, people are always on the hunt for something that will deliver and exceed expectations. When looking for the top performers in any category we’re more likely to go for the ones with extra toppings. In the property market, this means houses with strong selling

Why invest in property?

By | 2017-09-18T02:25:47+00:00 September 18th, 2015|Blog|

Martin Josselyn, Rule Three Property Performance   On paper, most people understand that investing in property makes sense. But the real question might be, why should I bother? The answer might lie in comparing our savings ability, that is breaking it down to how much we might be able to save each week long term