Get the Facts on Special Terms

Contracts are a part of everyone’s life. We sign them when we open new bank accounts, start a new job and even when we make a new account for an app. There’s another type of contract most of us have been on at least one side of — a lease. When we sign it we…Read More→

Budget 2018: Vacant Land Targeted

Land banking is firmly in the sights on the federal government after the 2018 Federal Budget, after it was announced that tax incentives for vacant land expenses would be removed. However, there are concerns that future developments could be negatively impacted by the changes.   The Government will deny tax deductions for costs associated with…Read More→

Brisbane joins the Global growth top 100 Club

Brisbane’s growth rate of 2.1 per cent over the past 12 months has earned it 100th place in the Knight Frank Global Residential Cities Index. The river city has beaten London, Beijing and Brussels on the global list which ranks cities with the highest home price growth. While Brisbane has outperformed major international cities, it…Read More→

Suburb Profile: Moorooka

Formerly a working class neighbourhood, Moorooka’s leafy hills are now home to professionals and families, as well as recently-arrived communities. Only 7 kilometres from the city, this World War Two manufacturing area has been invigorated by an influx of people keen to discover this suburb’s hidden charms. The number of highly sought-after Queenslander-style houses in…Read More→

Sydney Markets Struggle as Brisbane Surges

Results from the annual member survey conducted by Property Investment Professionals of Australia (PIPA) have been released and there are few surprises for those in the know. For the second year running Brisbane was named as the capital city which offered the best investment prospects for the year, according to 46% of survey respondents. While…Read More→

Suburb Profile: EAST BRISBANE

East Brisbane has been one of Brisbane’s best performing suburbs for quite some time, and with it’s city views, historical parks and monuments, and diverse block sizes – there is no reason this trend won’t continue. Between 1998 and 2003 house prices increased by 114% in East Brisbane, compared with 66% for greater Brisbane –…Read More→

Try these 5 tips before you price drop!

The Brisbane property market has been a sellers market for some time due to both high demand and a relatively low supply, but these factors are beginning to change. As a growing number of new apartments and developments come onto the market, the traditional story of buyers driving price growth as they battling it out…Read More→