We’re back with Kieran Clair and Kevin Turner as they discuss interesting property stories around the world. This week, they’ll discuss:
- Andrew Winter, property guru and Selling Houses Australia presenter, has bought a home for $1,525,000 just two rows back from Mermaid Beach’s popular Millionaire’s Row.
- More than 500 Southern California real estate agents have been scrambling to find a new employer after the Beachside branches of Century 21 and Coldwell Banker announced plans to shut down by the end of June.
- Prices have trebled in 111 Australian locations over the past 20 years despite the decline in home prices in Australia’s two biggest cities over the last 18 months.
- A property in Lancashire comes with a Lordship thrown into the mix. Thurland Castle lies on the edge of the village of Tunstall and was once visited by Jane Eyre author Charlotte Brontë.
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