The Brisbane Suburbs Where Sellers Won’t Budge

Most home sellers are willing to offer discounts in order to lay hands on the money as quickly as possible. It’s become a norm for buyers to go only for the home sales that provides room for the negotiations resulting to a drop from the advertised price – commonly known as vendor discounts. However, some […]

Study Reveals Defective Building Materials Create Huge Problems for Apartment Owners

Recent survey results reveal problems so severe that they caused Christopher Guilding, a prominent professor at Griffith University in Queensland, to call for a government inquiry. The survey, which spanned several states, found that individuals who held strata title to the apartments in which they lived consistently considered building defects to be the issue of […]

KELVIN GROVE- The Quiet Achiever

Kelvin Grove is attracting residents & investors with lots of new Apartments being built in Kelvin Grove & surrounding inner city suburbs. Located just 2 klms form the Brisbane CBD, Kelvin Grove has always been a suburb full of mainly post-war cottages & 1970’s Apartment buildings & also home to a lot of QUT students. […]

Brisbane’s Pending Real Estate Boom

In the past two years, there has been a dip in the yield of the average gross rent amount in Australia’s capital cities. The yield in the capital cities combined has gone from 4.3 percent to a shocking 3.6 percent. Melbourne and Sydney especially feel the effects from this because these two cities are heading […]


Courier Mail 3rd March 2014 reported that: “Last year saw a bit of life return to the Brisbane economy, which helped lift interest. While overall home values grew only 2.9 per cent over the past year, the market is buoyed by improving economic growth and migrant workers leaving the southern states and heading up to […]