The 25th of April marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by both Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War. ANZAC Day is recognized by both Australians and New Zealanders as a day of remembrance, commemorative services are held across Australia at dawn and later in the day former servicemen and servicewomen meet to take part in marches through Australia’s major cities.
Here is your directory of school holiday fun in the city during the Easter mid-term break.
Making the transition into independence and moving out of home is a massive step towards adulthood. Regardless of when you’re planning on spreading your wings and leaving the nest, or why, you’ll most likely feel just as nervous as you are excited for the next chapter in your life.
Whatever the reason for wanting to leave home, taking the leap will always be daunting. We’ve put together some helpful tips to make your first big move, an easy one.
Super Saturdays happen when buyers, sellers and agents are in alignment in a market. This was a super Saturday and we want to explain how it happened. We have been talking about the under supply of property for sale in the local market for a few weeks now and how that changes what we do as agents to ensure that our vendors are getting the best from buyers across the full breadth of the marketplace.
Rainy days can quickly leave a family feeling restless while being couped up indoors, but days like today don’t need to be filled with stress or cabin-fever. We’ve taken the time to come up with some great ideas to keep the little one’s entertained and to help you beat the rainy-day blues.
If we take the recent past as the best predictor of the future, the wake of the 2011 flood in Brisbane can give us some strong clues about what effect the Cyclone Debbie weather event will have on property prices.
Queensland smoke alarm legislation came into effect on 1st January 2017, though a grace period for implementation is still in effect. That legislation changes the requirements in the home and in the workplace for Queenslanders.
They say “don’t judge a book by its cover”, but when you’re selling a home the street appeal and first impressions are everything. If you want the best price possible for your property, then it’s vital to make sure that the front of your home is as well-presented as possible. This is why street appeal is so important when selling. If your home looks great from the street, buyers will be dying to see what’s inside.
There are many factors pointing to the sense that homeowners are still enjoying the sunshine of The Ultimate Sellers Market, while others are mounting an urgent case for responsible property lending – even using the word “bubble”.
We thought we would lay out the full range of market conditions and let you decide – bubble or no bubble?