Record set to break for Newcastle property

A stunning beachfront home looks set to break the record of $7 million for the highest-selling residential property in Newcastle when it goes under the hammer next month. To be sold under the Online Friendly Auction System, the spectacular beachside Merewether home boasts 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, triple garage, and was collaboratively designed by award-winning architects Chris Mury Architects and Shane Blue of Bourne + … Continue reading Record set to break for Newcastle property

Melbourne Population Exodus, 30,000 people to relocate, double-digit price decline

“A hard lockdown of more than 100-days will be the cause of the biggest shock to Melbourne’s economy that most of its residents have ever seen. It is highly possible that it could lose as many as 30,000 people over the next couple of years,” said Propertyology’s Head of Research. Tens of thousands of people are likely to relocate away from Melbourne over the next … Continue reading Melbourne Population Exodus, 30,000 people to relocate, double-digit price decline

Australia ranked 19 in the world for global house price growth

• Knight Frank has released its Global House Price Index Q2 2020, which tracks the movement in mainstream residential prices across more than 50 countries and territories worldwide using official statistics• Australia is ranked 19th in the world for global house price growth, with a 6.1% rise in house prices over the past year• Australia has risen up the global rankings from one year ago … Continue reading Australia ranked 19 in the world for global house price growth

Price Guides

Agents are forever  being accused of under quoting, and every state and territory has laws that are suppose to prevent it. The most extreme being in Queensland, where it’s actually against the law for an agent to give a price guide. Veronica Morgan asks Meighan Wells, how do agents go about getting the right buyers in the door, when they’re not able actually publish or … Continue reading Price Guides

Price Guides + Set Limits + Never Too Late To Depreciate

Pitch it low and watch it go or pitch it high and watch it die.  The language used by agents when it comes to pricing a property.  Agents are forever being accused of underquoting – pitch it low and watch it go – and every state and territory has laws that are supposed to prevent it.  In Queensland, the State Government has passed a law … Continue reading Price Guides + Set Limits + Never Too Late To Depreciate

Happy As A Pig In Mud

Happy as a pig in mud – that is how Zac has described this property he is marketing on Brisbane’s Northside. The home is set on a 728sqm block with a 16m frontage. It’s just a few minutes’ walk from the local state school, golf course, and 10 minutes to get you down to the waterfront. The house has three bedrooms, a large shed, an … Continue reading Happy As A Pig In Mud