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Buyers Eye Off-the-plan Projects

By | 2021-06-24T11:53:26+00:00 June 24th, 2021|News|

Sentiment towards off-the-plan properties is improving, with the number of online searches rising four-fold in some areas over the past three months as government incentives entice first-home buyers to the sector. Moreton Bay in Brisbane's north and Riverstone in Sydney'ss north-west are the most popular, racking up 340% increases in the number of buyers searching

Property market update: Brisbane, May 2021

By | 2021-06-24T12:05:46+00:00 June 23rd, 2021|News|

Brisbane showed no signs of slowing down in May, as the city’s property market upswing continued to gather pace. Will the Sunshine State capital continue to thrive for the rest of 2021?  There seems to be no stopping Brisbane’s property market. Brisbane’s property market upswing continued in May, with price growth accelerating strongly as buyers

Budget 2021: Property lowdown

By | 2021-05-24T13:57:07+00:00 May 24th, 2021|News|

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has revealed the latest federal budget, and what it means for property investors in regards to capital gains tax, superannuation and negative gearing. Those with a stake in the Australian property market can sleep easy after the official unveiling of the 2021 federal budget. Here’s a quick summary of all the schemes,

Why townhouses are the investment of the future and how to find the right one

By | 2021-05-24T12:08:13+00:00 May 24th, 2021|News|

Author: Brett Warren, Michael Yardney's Property Update Townhouses have been around for a long time, with demand for this type of dwelling picking up more recently and this will only get stronger. Where is all this demand coming from? I can break it into two separate demographics; young families and retirees. But this is only

Brisbane Rental Vacancies Lowest Since 2012

By | 2021-04-22T12:26:22+00:00 April 22nd, 2021|News|

Brisbane’s private rental market vacancies are at their lowest rates for more than eight years, with most of the state's rates less than 1 per cent. The Real Estate Institute of Queensland’s latest vacancy report found 70.2 per cent of the state’s rental vacancies are under 1 per cent, while Brisbane’s inner city dropped 5.5

It’s now cheaper to buy than rent’: Big four says

By | 2021-04-22T09:51:22+00:00 April 22nd, 2021|News|

Record-low interest rates mean that it is now cheaper to buy than rent, with first home buyers taking advantage, doubling their participation in the market, a big four bank CEO has said. With the official interest rate at a record-low 0.1 per cent, NAB CEO Ross McEwan has pointed to a surge in first home

New survey: Record low rates and FOMO key drivers of buyer surge

By | 2021-04-22T09:42:49+00:00 April 22nd, 2021|News|

Record low interest rates and a fear of missing out as house prices accelerate sharply are driving Australians to buy property in a booming market. Realestate.com.au’s latest Property Seeker report, which involved an online survey of 6700 Australians in December 2020, showed market conditions led by low rates and government incentives are now the key driver of the unprecedented buyer

Biggest lift in Australia’s household wealth in 11 years

By | 2021-03-30T09:20:14+00:00 March 30th, 2021|News|

Are you feeling rich? Maybe you should be as not only did household wealth hit record highs at the end of 2021, the lift in wealth in the quarter was the biggest recorded in 11 years. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), household wealth skyrocketed by $501 billion in the last three months

Qld property market shines in new report

By | 2021-03-30T09:17:32+00:00 March 30th, 2021|News|

  The latest Queensland Market Monitor from the Real Estate Institute of Queensland revealed that almost every region saw property prices rise by more than 6 per cent over the December 2020 quarter. According to REIQ CEO Antonia Mercorella, the increase in values across the state, which has continued into 2021, comes off the back of record-low