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64 Hawken Drive, St Lucia

64 Hawken Drive, St Lucia

Nestled in an elevated pocket of St Lucia, 64 Hawken Drive is a stunning home that has been leased as an executive rental property for many years. The impressive residence boasts 5 generous bedrooms, multiple living areas, outdoor entertaining and a spectacular in-ground pool. While all investment properties regardless of their size require a high…Read More→

Old apartments offer new appeal in Brisbane’s inner-west

Old apartments offer new appeal in Brisbane’s inner-west

There have been signs in Brisbane’s inner-western suburbs that older apartments are becoming more appealing to buyers, than the sleek, new apartments being built along Brisbane’s riverfront. This may sound surprising, given our society often desires the ‘latest and greatest’ of almost everything. So why then, are older style apartments, which lack the infinity pool…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→

What do buyers look for in a home?

What do buyers look for in a home?

Key features buyers value most in our inner-western homes. It’s the age old question. What do buyers look for in our inner-western homes? Are they looking for that character residence, distinctive to Toowong real estate or one of St Lucia’s stunning riverfront homes? Is it the central, modern kitchen which grabs the buyer’s attention or…Read More→

Reduced investor lending creates hot rental market in Toowong and Taringa

Reduced investor lending creates hot rental market in Toowong and Taringa

Hot rental market in Toowong and Taringa Stricter lending policies following the banking royal commission has seen fewer investors active in the Brisbane housing market. In a recent article published by the Sydney Morning Herald, investor lending had fallen by 27.4% since it reached its peak in 2015, demonstrating that the effect of credit tightening…Read More→

How to market your home to achieve the best price

How to market your home to achieve the best price

Advertising your home to achieve the best sale price does not have to cost you a fortune. It does however, require a strategic marketing campaign which is specifically targeted and tailored to your property. As a boutique agency, we provide innovative advice and select the most cost-effective campaigns for our clients. Here, we look at…Read More→

Taringa Insights | July 2018

Taringa Insights | July 2018

Residents of Taringa are aware they have stumbled upon their own little pocket of paradise. For the past 3 years the number of houses sold in the area has sat consistently between 55 and 70 sales. However to date this year only 18 houses have sold, suggesting there may be even less transactions in 2018….Read More→

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→