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    • 2018 Financial Real Estate Market Update
      The 2017-18 financial year is now finished and we will share a few insights into what has happened in the marketplace, for both sales and rentals, in the past twelve months. Looking ahead to what can be expected over the…
    • Brisbane Real Estate Wrap Up - Quarter 1 2018
      In our latest market wrap, you gain a little of our insight into what’s happening in the market. This wrap up provides an overview of the market movement we’ve seen in the first quarter of 2018 for both sales and…
    • Brisbane’s Western Suburbs 2017 Real Estate Wrap Up
      On behalf of the entire team at Place Graceville, we would like to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a safe, enjoyable holiday season.2017 has been a great year within the property space here in Brisbane,…
    • Have the doors been closed to first home buyers in Queensland this election?
      Don’t you love elections, a time when politicians get to jostle for air time, promising us the world, trying to become the messiah of all issues great and small.
    • Real Estate Wrap Up for the 3rd Quarter of 2017
      Spring is well and truly under way and the traditional upswing in properties coming to the market is evident. Here at Place, we’ve seen a number of new homes come online feeding the appetite of some starving buyers that didn’t…
    • EOFY 2017 Report
      This financial year, we have an information packed market update from the team here at Place Graceville. Not only has the end of the 2017 financial year marked the beginning of a raft of legislative changes that will impact Sellers…
    • Budget 2017: What does it mean for you?
      Last night the powers that be played with a few numbers and as with every budget, there is winners and losers. We’ve done the hard work for you and unspun the things we believe may impact the housing market. 
    • Q1 2017 Market Report
      On behalf of the entire team here at Place, I want to wish you and your family all the best for the Easter break. We hope you stay safe, take time to relax and enjoy. With the first quarter of this…
    • EOY Market Report
      Firstly from the entire team here at Place Graceville, we wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a safe enjoyable holiday season. What better Christmas present than knowing the value of your largest asset is improving and the…
    • The Pros and Cons of Putting your Home on the Market before Christmas
      Recently we have been invited into a number of homes where the owner is considering selling. Of course the big question at the moment is “do we do it now or do we wait until after Christmas?” These meetings generally…
    • Real Estate Wrap - Third Quarter of 2016
      CoreLogic RPData’s most recent Pain and Gain report shows the Brisbane market has seen values increase by an average of +3.9% over the preceding 12 months to July 2016. This underpins our prediction that the Brisbane market is well placed…
    • 2016 Financial year end
      With another financial year over and done with, it is time to look back on how the local market has performed in 2015-16. It has been good news for local home owners as their asset has continued to see sustainable…

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    • Oxley is one of Brisbane’s best up and coming suburbs. Predominantly a residential area, with some commercial and industrial areas, Oxley is named after Oxley Creek, which was named after John Oxley, one of Australia’s earliest explorers.
    • Corinda is a well established residential area, with a commercial area along Oxley Road, and an industrial area in the north-east.
    • Sherwood is named after an original property in the area, thought to be named after Sherwood Forest in England. The true centre piece of Sherwood is the Arboretum which was established in 1924 and has over 16 hectares of parklands,…
    • Tennyson is a quiet, leafy suburb and is one of Brisbane’s most established and appealing riverside addresses. The small and charming suburb is famously known for the Tennis Centre, which was previously the Tennyson Power Station (operational from 1953 –…
    • Graceville is a quiet, leafy suburb named after Grace Grimes, daughter of Samuel Grimes, a former local Member of Parliament and supporter of the Ipswich-Brisbane railway line.
    • Chelmer is a quiet, leafy suburb and is one of Brisbane’s most established and appealing riverside addresses. The ‘Blue Ribbon’ suburb known for its fine old Queenslanders and riverside breezes, was previously known as Oxley Point and Riverton and is…
    • One of Brisbane’s oldest and most popular suburbs, Indooroopilly is a well established residential and commercial area. Famously known for one of the biggest shopping centres in Australia, Indooroopilly is named from an Aboriginal word meaning “running water”.
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