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Off-market sales achieving strong results in Toowong and Taringa.

Off-market sales achieving strong results in Toowong and Taringa.

Throughout 2018, Toowong has again proved to be a tightly held suburb in Brisbane’s inner-west, with only 24 recorded house sales to date. With less stock available on the market, buyers who are determined to purchase within the area are instead securing properties off-market. In the last three months, we have negotiated five off-market sales…Read More→

Growing demand for executive rental homes.

Growing demand for executive rental homes.

A growing trend we are seeing across Brisbane’s inner-western suburbs is the continuing demand for executive rental homes. Suburbs from Indooroopilly through to Auchenflower are achieving a healthy income between $1,200 to $1,700 per week for high end properties. These contemporary homes offer a premiere lifestyle for tenants, with multiple entertaining areas and generous space…Read More→

Original houses thrive in Brisbane’s inner-west.

Original houses thrive in Brisbane’s inner-west.

Original homes throughout the inner-western suburbs of Brisbane have continued to be in high demand throughout 2018, with several recent sales attracting a substantial amount of interest from astute buyers. 18 Soudan Street proved to be hot property in Toowong, lasting just five days on the market before a buyer secured the home with an…Read More→

The key to selling your unit in Brisbane’s oversupplied market.

The key to selling your unit in Brisbane’s oversupplied market.

In recent years Brisbane’s construction boom has seen new apartment buildings popping up everywhere from Newstead to West End through to St Lucia. The oversupply of units has been widely publicised but despite this, apartments in our inner-western suburbs of Taringa, Indooroopilly, Toowong and St Lucia are actually selling quite quickly. Complexes featuring 6 to…Read More→

Can I change property managers with a lease in place?

Can I change property managers with a lease in place?

Changing property managers can often be put into the ‘too hard basket’, even if you are unhappy with the service your current agency is providing. A common misconception for landlords is that once you are signed with a property manager or there is an existing lease in place, then you are bound to them. This…Read More→

What is the process when buying a property?

What is the process when buying a property?

Once you have found a suitable property, it can be a little daunting taking the next step to purchase the home you’ve fallen in love with. It may have been many years since you bought a property or you may even be a first home buyer. In either case, having a good understanding of what…Read More→