Is this still the typical investor?

 

There’s been several write ups on domain.com.au and ABC News recently based on an article that Maria Yanotti, Lecturer of Economics and Finance Tasmanian School of Business & Economics, University of Tasmania published in The Conversation.  According to the original article, this is your typical real estate investor – more likely to be male than female, more likely to be … Read more »

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Negotiate that rental now!

It may be winter but it’s still tough to get a rental!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIPAV8mm6Yc

Whether you are looking for a rental, or want your investment property rented faster and managed better – make sure to get in touch with Jo & Megan!

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Easter Trading Hours


We would like to wish all our valued clients a happy and safe Easter break.

Our office will be closed on Friday 14th April through to Monday 17th April, and will re-open on Tuesday 18th April at 9 am.

The office phones will be diverted to Jo on 04 2871 2874 in case of … Read more »

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The strongest rental market in Queensland…

According to the just released Queensland Market Monitor, the Sunshine Coast remains the strongest rental market in Queensland, with vacancy rates sitting steady at 1.4% over the December quarter.  This compares favourably with Brisbane at 3.4% and the Gladstone region at 9.9%.   The outlook for the local residential property market is positive for 2017 with solid economic fundamentals supported by strong infrastructure and development projects in the region. … Read more »

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How to ace your routine inspections.

Do you dread that quarterly letter that lands in your postbox with a loud thud?  The Entry Notice for your Routine Property Inspection has been known to induce extreme sweating, worrying and un-inhibited broom sweeping.   Here’s how to take the stress out of your mess and put a smile on your property manager’s dial!

First of all, relax – … Read more »

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Lighting up your lifestyle

Feature lighting is one of the loveliest ways to lighten and brighten the space around you. From the super practical to the ostentatious – the options are endless, and sometimes surprisingly economic.  Here’s a few ideas to enhance your outdoor living spaces and make the most of our amazing autumn climate.


Add a splash of colour to your swimming … Read more »

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Sunshine Coast a top performer…

The Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast regions are the top two performers for the rental market in Queensland according to the latest REIQ Queensland Market Monitor.  The tightest rental markets in Queensland were Caloundra and Noosa, both recording vacancy rates of 1.2 percent for the September quarter.  Anyone looking for a rental home would agree with those statistics, as would local agents – most tenants are having … Read more »

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Christmas and New Year Trading Hours

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone.

Please note the following trading hours for our office over the holiday period.

24th December 2016 to 27th December 2016| CLOSED

28th December to 30th December 2016 | OPEN 9am – 5pm

31st December 2016 to 2nd January 2017 | CLOSED

The office will be back to normal hours from Tuesday, 3rd January 2017

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Living Here loves giving here…

We are excited to announce that Giving Tree has launched!

Over half a million children across Australia miss out on receiving a gift every Christmas. This year you have the power to change that and put a smile on the face of a child on the most magical day of the year. Drop a present or non-perishable food items into our office and … Read more »

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Sunshine Coast Market Performing Well.

 

The REIQ Queensland Quarterly Market Monitor has just been released. South East Queensland performing well, with local highlights below.

The Sunshine Coast rental market is strong with high demand from tenants. Vacancy rates have dropped to levels generally below 1.5%, sitting in the tight range, with the exception of Noosa. Noosa tends towards a higher vacancy rate in the winter period but is still remaining at a healthy 2.4% end of … Read more »

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