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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→

Indooroopilly Insights | July 2018

Indooroopilly Insights | July 2018

The largest of our inner-western suburbs, Indooroopilly is an increasingly popular area, with 59 houses sold so far this year. Families and professionals are predominately drawn to the suburb, which offers a variety of housing within easy reach of the CBD.   The median sale price has climbed to $1,005,000 this year, up from $816,000…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→