Cairns Property News
Improving selling techniques and finetuning personal skills to deal with vendors and buyers may warrant a trip to the Gold Coast for Far Northern real estate agents.
IT might be time to crunch the numbers on your home loan with interest rates falling this week and economists tipping more cuts early next year.
INTEREST rates are tipped to hit a low of 2 per cent by early next year.
REDUCE the stress - and get the right price - when selling your biggest asset.
WE'VE all seen them - garish design trends that were once the height of high fashion, but are now the subject of amusement.
A SURGE in home loan re-financing since mortgage exit fees were dumped in 2011 is saving bank customers hundreds of millions of dollars.
Houses in Mt Sheridan and Edmonton priced about $300,000 are being snapped up by buyers, according to RP Data figures.
The real estate industry boasts some creative and even cheesy copy writers. But they don't mind you chuckling at their work, as long as you are reading it.
Newspapers continue to play a significant role when hunting for a new home despite the rise of online search sites, with new research showing 89 per cent of those surveyed use their local paper to get a good feel for prices in their suburbs.
RENOVATING for profit isn't about painting a wall and watching the returns roll in. It's about carefully adding real value over the long haul.
Cairns property is becoming more affordable as prices drop but there's also good news for investors with the rental market showing strong returns across a five year period.
Developing a national rating tool, supporting incentive programs and challenging builders to construct "net-zero" homes are just some of the aspects the Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council (ASBEC) wants policy makers to agree on to make houses more climate-friendly.