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Apr 17

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Gold Coast’s inland suburbs expected to boom —according to the Terry Ryder Price Predictor

INVESTORS should head for the hills according to a new report which predicts prices in Upper Coomera and Nerang will rise faster than in beachfront suburbs. The Terry Ryder Price Predictor, based on trends in sales volumes, describes the Gold Coast as a “tale of two cities”. “(It’s) the high-rise suburbs and genuine ...

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Apr 17

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2018 COMMONWEALTH GAMES – WHAT DO THEY MEAN FOR THE GOLD COAST?

In 2018 the Gold Coast will open its doors to the athletes of the Commonwealth and host the biggest single global event in our city’s history. But what does hosting the Games mean for the Gold Coast and what are the benefits of becoming an international city beamed live on a world stage? Firstly, lets […]

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Apr 17

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GOLD COAST PROPERTY– A HOT SPOT FOR 2017!!

The Gold Coast property market, will be the best performing property market in 2017, with property guru Mr Nathan Birch predicting 10 to 20 per cent growth in the sunshine city. “I am seeing the same thing which was happening in Sydney in 2012 happening in the Gold Coast and the fringe suburbs of Brisbane […]

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Mar 17

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Brisbane’s Property Market Is Growing Hotter By The Minute

Brisbane’s high-end residential market saw a positive shift toward the end of last year, according to real estate agency Ray White, which brokered the 2014 sale of an Aaron Avenue home to Gina Rinehart, the wealthiest person in Australia, for $14m. Last week, Brisbane set a record in residential property with the sale of a […]

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Mar 17

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Property investors are less willing to invest in Sydney and Melbourne They’re shifting their attention to Western Australia and Queensland

Property investors are less willing to invest in Sydney and Melbourne They’re shifting their attention to Western Australia and Queensland Less than a quarter of property investors from New South Wales and Victoria believe now is a good time to buy an investment property in their respective capital cities, according to a new report ...

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