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Buyers eager for new properties to hit the market

Buyers eager for new properties to hit the market

House hunters in Brisbane haven’t really showed any signs of slowing down, despite ongoing uncertainty due to COVID-19. If anything, it’s actually reinforced their decision to buy. What’s different now, is that Sellers are still hesitant to make a move. Many homeowners who were considering selling their property in 2020, have decided to bunker down…Read More→

Rental outlook for Brisbane’s Inner-West

Rental outlook for Brisbane’s Inner-West

Rental properties in Brisbane’s inner-western suburbs have long been in high demand. Tenants are drawn to suburbs such as Toowong, Indooroopilly, Auchenflower and Taringa because of the quality housing, inner-city lifestyle and short commute times to the CBD and University of Queensland. Currently in Brisbane’s rental market, we are still seeing demand for rental properties…Read More→

Easy ways to add value to your kitchen

Easy ways to add value to your kitchen

At the heart of every home, is the kitchen. In our modern-day lives, it has become more than just a space to prepare food. Nowadays, the kitchen is a versatile hub for entertaining guests, overseeing school homework, hosting zoom meetings or simply enjoying your morning ritual. With so much time spent in the kitchen, it’s…Read More→

Can the $25k HomeBuilder Scheme benefit Brisbane’s inner-west?

Can the $25k HomeBuilder Scheme benefit Brisbane’s inner-west?

In an effort to stimulate the construction industry, the Morrison Government recently announced a $25,000 HomeBuilder Scheme. The grant is designed for people who are looking to build a new home or substantially renovate their existing property in 2020. Although the eligibility criteria has received some criticism, there are benefits for homeowners in Brisbane’s inner-western…Read More→

5 Tips for first time investors

5 Tips for first time investors

Having spent more time at home recently, you may have been thinking that it could be time to upgrade from your first property. Perhaps your apartment has become just a tad too small and the idea of squeezing a nursery into your spare bedroom is questionable. Whatever the case may be, record low interest rates…Read More→

Property market well equipped to handle new restrictions

Property market well equipped to handle new restrictions

At Byrony O’Neill Estate Agents we are taking the COVID-19 situation seriously and are committed to protecting the health and safety of Brisbane’s inner-western community. While new restrictions by the government have changed the way we would traditionally interact with property, it does not mean business is slowing down. Technology is already a huge part…Read More→

What will the Brisbane property market do in 2020?

What will the Brisbane property market do in 2020?

Since the start of the recovery cycle in mid-2019, we’ve seen improved market sentiment throughout Brisbane’s inner-western suburbs. There has been an increase in buyer activity, with stronger numbers through open homes and greater enquiry across most property types. Property prices in Brisbane have recovered since the hiccup in early 2019, recording 2.4% growth in…Read More→

Are the major capitals back on track for 2020?

Are the major capitals back on track for 2020?

The federal election in May 2019 proved to be a key turning point in the Australian property market. In the lead up to the election there was a lot of uncertainty in the market, particularly around capital gains tax and negative gearing, which were being threatened by Labour government election promises. At the same time,…Read More→