House sales up 25 per cent in Cairns
RESIDENTIAL property sales in Cairns have jumped 25 per cent in the last quarter.
Low interest rates, increasing confidence levels, pent-up demand, and a more settled economic outlook here and overseas have been cited as the reasons.
REIQ chief executive Anton Kardash said the result demonstrated the second half of 2012 was one of improvement.
For the full story, see today’s The Cairns Post
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Growth: The latest Real Estate Institute of Queensland figures are good news for the Cairns region.