There may be hope yet for suburbs such as Doncaster, Avondale Heights or Rowville, which are exceptionally well located close to the city, but suffer a case of the “brick-veneer blues.”Read More »
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Morrell and Koren director Christopher Koren has again called on home buyers to report cases of underquoting to the Department of Justice if the practice is to be stopped. He said that in the two years since underquoting legislation amendments, only a handful of consumers have made claims.Read More »
WT Retail India, a joint venture between Pelorus Property Group and Indian based development manager, Assetz Property, has been appointed to undertake the repositioning and ongoing management of the Garuda Mall. The Mall is a 26,000sqm multi level shopping centre in downtown Bangalore.Read More »
We’ve all heard about the sea changers – the growing number of Melburnians packing up their homes and heading to a new life in the coast or country.
Singles, couples and families are leaving in droves – trading in the city’s caffeine infused impersonal lifestyle for something more inspiring.
But while the sea-changers pack up their four-wheel-drives in search of a new home outside of the metropolitan area, they are passing a growing number of city shifters – those from provincial Victoria that are also looking for a change of scenery, and are setting up tent right in the heart of the city.Read More »
Visitors to the launch of the Era apartment project in Richmond's southern tip of Cremorne this week, were treated to a history lesson by well known historian Dr Mimi Colligan.Read More »
A home described by Melbourne University’s Professor of Architecture Philip Goad as one of the most important post war residential buildings in the country, can now be yours, for a short stay anyway.Read More »
Aspendale is a bayside suburb located about 30 kilometres south of the Melbourne CBD.Read More »
THE market leading pace with which some western suburbs started the year, seems to have hit a snag, with the top ten suburbs recording relatively lower levels of growth than the other regions. Only nine of 22 eligible western suburbs recorded median house price increases over the metropolitan average of 4.2 per cent.Read More »
For years there’s been a growing divide between suburbs that have increased in value, and others which fell back. Five years after the real estate market’s ‘peak’, we ask which suburbs really were ‘safe as houses’ for investors.Read More »
It’s a magic number, really.
Tell a real estate agent that you have $500,000 to spend, and they should be able to find you a house in any part of Victoria – Hawthorn to Hamilton.
We tell you what bang for your buck you get in the city, coast and country.Read More »