The Property Market is constantly changing due to global, national, local and political influences.
A clear majority and mandate to move forward with policies that make sense. In fact, the key point of the election is that common sense prevailed. I did forecast the Coalition to win and remained resolute in this view throughout. The opinion polls always had a large “undecided” ...
29th May 2019 (Updated 11th October 2021)
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‘Pottering happily along on its own’ is how a Valuer recently described the Main Beach property market to me and I don’t think anyone could argue with that looking at the graph below! I am speaking mostly about apartments in this report because it represents ...
4th January 2019 (Updated 11th October 2021)
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The effect of new development on existing real estate. Increased development of apartments is a national trend which has been building for a decade and is unlikely to change anytime soon. Gold Coast City had a 52% increase in construction approvals over the ...
27th January 2017 (Updated 11th October 2021)
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• Australia's capital cities have seen an increase in home prices of almost 55% in the past 7 years. • Purchases by foreign investors, particularly those with a connection to China have helped fuel this rapid rise and has for months now brought about community concern ...
18th November 2016 (Updated 11th October 2021)
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The Gold Coast residential property market remains one of the strongest markets in Queensland. In fact, the 6.7% growth of the median house price over 12 months to June 2016 is the largest increase in Queensland. The unit market has been more subdued, even a little volatile ...
26th September 2016 (Updated 11th October 2021)
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What does the election result mean for property owners? As there will be no changes to negative gearing as a result of the Australian Federal Election of the Coalition Government, home owners and investors can now take a collective sigh of relief. Labor’s policy meant ...
19th July 2016 (Updated 11th October 2021)
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