ACT

  • In response to Australian Capital Territory’s strong development activity and emerging population growth, Belle Property Commercial has established Belle Property Retail Canberra. With a key focus on leasing and sales of mixed-use developments the office will be led by Director, Nathan Dunn, a highly respected identity in the ACT commercial property industry, and who has the backing of retail property…

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  • We might live in a world that is more connected, switched on, plugged in and constant than ever before, but how do you combat the fact many people are clocking in and checking out? This is the question posed and answered by renowned real estate and business advisor Rik Rushton in his latest book: The Power of Connection – How to…

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  • If there’s someone who knows a thing or two about overcoming adversity, it’s Anna Thomas, COO of Stockdale & Leggo. Anna grew up at the MCG Pub in Melbourne and was kicked out of home at 19, but became the first woman in her family to get a uni degree (and now she has multiple qualifications). Her career has taken her…

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  • Westpac backs BRICKX

    The Fintech company provides access to residential property by enabling Australians to buy “Bricks” in individual property trusts. The investment is a sign that banks are heading into a territory they have been wary of in the past. “The reason we are seeing the rapid rise of Fintech businesses is because they are creating products that are customer-centric and solving…

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  • New data from Rent.com.au has solved the age-old dog versus cat debate and it’s no surprise that man’s best friend is Australia’s most loved household pet. Rent.com.au’s Pet Resume feature has now exceeded 50,000 resumes, with around one-third of renters choosing to attach a profile for their furry friend to their Renter Resume. “The ability to move into a rental…

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  • After studying architecture and structural engineering in Manchester, James practiced or a year before spending 15 years in recruitment, which included running the Asia Pacific rim for a business with a $50 million turnover. Real estate combined his passion of structure, architecture, sales and people, and he started his real estate experience during the GFC selling prestige property in Palm…

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  • During the up cycle of any property market, it’s natural that people will tend only to focus on when values rise. However, it’s important to remember the times values have fallen dramatically but recovered, bearing in mind it’s more common for combined capital city dwelling values to increase rather than fall. “Although value rises have been more common, it doesn’t…

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  • For the past six weeks apartments in Hindmarsh’s new Idalia development have sold at the rate of around three every week with a cross section of buyers – led by young professionals – vying to be a part of Woden’s transformation. Idalia is now over 70% sold, an impressive result that demonstrates not only the sophistication and quality of the…

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  • realestate.com.au canberra video series speed dating

    realestate.com.au has launched its first hyperlocal content series in the ACT, playing up Canberra suburbs in an entertaining series of ‘speed dates’. The videos, which have reached more than 160,000 Canberrans since launching last Monday1, are a targeted play at the local market where Australia’s No 1 real estate site is a challenger brand. Starring local actors as the suburbs…

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  • commercial real estate australia

    In an off-market arrangement, the Commonwealth Department of Finance has secured a multi-million dollar, long-term lease for One Canberra, a prestigious ‘A’ grade 24,065 square metre office building prominently located just 500 metres from Parliament House Canberra. Owned by integrated property firm, the Willemsen Group, the building, located at the corner of National Circuit and Canberra Avenue, consists of five…

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  • commercial real estate queensland

    The Department of Health has signed a 15 year lease for 11,000sq m of office accommodation at the newly refurbished 2-6 Bowes Street Phillip. Colliers International’s Paul Powderly, Tim Mutton and Michael Ceacis brokered the deal. The ACT Government will be relocating its workforce of about 750 staff from multiple sites around Canberra and will be joining other Commonwealth Government…

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  • commercial real estate queensland

    19-21 Edgar Street in Ainslie will be auctioned on Tuesday 28 June. This is the first commercial property to be sold on-market in the suburb of Ainslie for more than a decade. Matthew Winter, Investment Services Executive at Colliers International said it is rare for commercial units to be sold in Inner North neighbourhood local centres, particularly where an opportunity…

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