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What does the election mean for the property market?

What does the election mean for the property market?

Now that the election is over, what impact will Scott Morrison’s government have on the property market? Continuation of a familiar government with the promise that the leadership won’t change, should help to instil confidence back into the property market. We are still experiencing good buyer activity in Brisbane’s inner-western suburbs, with multiple offers on…Read More→

St Lucia 2019 | Property Market Trends

St Lucia 2019 | Property Market Trends

St Lucia is one of the more prestigious suburbs in Brisbane, positioned on a peninsula bounded by a bend in the Brisbane River. The vast expanse of prime riverfront land and leafy neighbourhoods are home to many families and young professionals, as well as university students and academics who attend the world renowned, University of…Read More→

Indooroopilly 2019 | Property Market Trends

Indooroopilly 2019 | Property Market Trends

With beautiful tree lined streets, generous family homes and an abundance of green space, Indooroopilly has built a reputation as one of Brisbane’s most liveable suburbs. The area is known for its close proximity to many of Brisbane’s most esteemed schools, including the handful of streets which make up the exclusive “Golden Triangle”. St Peter’s…Read More→

Taringa 2019 | Property Market Trends

Taringa 2019 | Property Market Trends

Another one of our favourite pockets of Brisbane’s inner-west, is Taringa. The leafy suburb has long been treasured by families seeking an inner-city lifestyle, without the hustle and bustle. Taringa has that real community feel to it, where you know your neighbours and the baristas at Abode Café have your coffee waiting for you. In…Read More→

What will the Brisbane property market do in 2019?

What will the Brisbane property market do in 2019?

The recent Royal Commission into the banking sector certainly resulted in stricter lending criteria across the board, but it didn’t necessarily stop people from buying. It just made them adjust their budget down. Buyers have expressed concern that they feel the market is dropping and the Brisbane property market has softened slightly, but in reality,…Read More→