MEDIA STATEMENT: Renovate for reality, not reality TV: expert warns renovators risk overcapitalising if they follow the reality TV lead
Wacky wallpaper. Feature walls. Wacky wallpaper on feature walls. While necessary to dazzle celebrity judges and keep viewers tuning in, an expert warns that for
MEDIA COMMENTARY: Response to Compulsory acquisition to build housing blocks: costly & won’t fix housing shortage
In response to your article in the Sunshine Coast Daily: “Guru urges compulsory acquisitions along transit corridor”. While I support Matthew Gross’ recognition of the
MEDIA COMMENTARY: Response to Byron Shire echo: “increase in council development powers on the agenda as housing crisis deepens”.
I agree wholeheartedly with the Council Staff Report that identifies the fall out as a result of the Council’s hands being tied due to “the state
Property investors are being urged to employ a proactive ‘double dipping’ strategy when it comes to property growth, rather than take the more passive ‘BHP’
With the plethora of government grants tempting people into the property market at a record rate, one housing affordability expert is warning that ‘not all
MEDIA STATEMENT: Why falling for the property hotspot myth will leave buyers in the cold and out of pocket
If budding property buyers follow the advice of property pundits, who regularly sprout the benefits of the latest hotspot, they will undoubtedly pay too much.
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