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Dec. 21, 2011, 1 p.m.

West Brisbane Property Watch Q4 2011

The following Property Watch is the result of an investigation into the housing, unit and vacant land markets comprising the suburbs of West Brisbane as depicted on the map to the right. The purpose of this report is to identify trends influencing this regions property market in recent years and factors contributing to this markets competitive environment. For the purposes of this report, the suburbs identified in the West Brisbane catchment area range from as far north as Mitchelton, as far west as Lake Manchester, as south as Forest Lake, and as central as Paddington. Area Characteristics West Brisbane is ...

Dec. 21, 2011, 1 p.m.

Logan Highlight Report Q4 2011

Local Area Characteristics A city in transit The Logan City Local Government Area is located approximately 15 and 50 kilometres south from the Brisbane CBD and borders the Brisbane LGA to the north and Gold Coast LGA to the south. The Logan City LGA is now the fifth largest city within Queensland. The amalgamation of Queensland LGAs in 2008 saw the region absorb parts of the Beaudesert and Gold Coast LGA, further expanding the region and solidifying itself as a key metropolitan centre. Logan City is a growing residential area or a city in transit , with substantial rural, rural ...

Dec. 21, 2011, 1 p.m.

Bundaberg Property Watch Q4 2011

The following Property Watch report is the result of an investigation into the historic and current market trends within the Bundaberg Local Government Area (LGA), with a specific analysis on the Bundaberg Coastal market comprising the suburbs of Burnett Heads, Bargara, Innes Park, Coral Cove and Elliott Heads (as illustrated on page 3 of this report). It is important to note that the Bundaberg LGA analysis will exclude the aforementioned coastal suburbs to facilitate a market performance comparison of the two study areas. The aim of this report is to outline the recent performance of the house, unit and vacant ...

Nov. 30, 2011, 1 p.m.

Macedon Ranges Property Watch Q4 2011

This report analyses the current trends and performance of the Macedon Ranges Local Government Areas (LGA) house and vacant land markets. It further highlights the regions characteristics and local trends to provide an understanding of the type of real estate product in demand by the local market. Area Characteristics Located toward the central region of Victoria, the Macedon Ranges LGA covers approximately 1,750 square kilometres to the north-west of the State Capital. With 10 established townships throughout the LGA, Kyneton exists as one of the regions primary hubs, offering a high degree of connectivity to the CBD via the Calder ...

Nov. 30, 2011, 1 p.m.

Warrnambool Market Overview Q4 2011

This report analyses the current trends and performance of the Warrnambool Areas house and unit markets. It further highlights the areas characteristics and trends to provide an understanding of the type of real estate product in demand by the local market. For the purpose of this report, the Warrnambool Area comprises the suburb of Warrnambool and the direct neighbouring suburbs of Dennington, Woodford, Bushfield and Allansford. Area Characteristics Situated to the western corner of Victorias Great Ocean Road, Warrnambool is approximately 265 kilometres south-west of the Melbourne CBD. Despite its regional location, Warrnambool is well serviced with the Hopkins and ...

Nov. 30, 2011, 1 p.m.

ACT Property Watch Q4 2011

Area Characteristics and Demographics The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is located approximately 280 kilometres south west of Sydney and 670 kilometres north of Melbourne, covering an approximate area of 2,350 square kilometres. Four major highways lead into the area, with a daily rail service to Sydney for those with time on their hands. Canberra, the nations capital is located in the Northeastern corner of the ACT and accommodates the majority of the population in the region. Designed by the famous architect Walter Burley Griffin in the beginning of the previous century, Canberra is a famous model of the Garden City ...

Nov. 30, 2011, 1 p.m.

Bankstown LGA Property Watch Q4 2011

This report analyses the Bankstown Local Government Area (LGA). It highlights the regions characteristics as well as the performance of the house and unit markets in the area. Area Characteristics The Bankstown LGA is a major economic centre within the Southwest region of Sydney . Bordered by the Georges River and the Local Government Areas of Canterbury, Auburn, Parramatta and Fairfield, the region is known for its family oriented community. Major shopping facilities are found in t he Centro Bankstown , with more strip shopping located in Bankstown City Plaza. The main arterial roads servicing the LGA are the M5 ...

Nov. 30, 2011, 1 p.m.

Port Macquarie Property Watch Q4 2011

This report analyses the current trends and performance of the Port Macquarie house and unit markets. It also contains a brief overview of the demography and recent infrastructure developments in the region. Area Characteristics Port Macquarie is located approximately 300 kilometres north of Sydney and 440 kilometres south of Brisbane, in a region known for its natural beauty, wineries and beaches. The region has one of the most moderate climates in Australia, with temperatures normally ranging between 15 and 30 degrees. Port Macquarie is the regional centre within the Port Macquarie-Hastings Local Council, providing air links to Sydney and Brisbane ...

Nov. 27, 2011, 1 p.m.

Robina Area Waterfront Property Watch Q4 2011

Area Characteristics Comprising a total area of 1,850 hectares, Robina was one of the largest private master planned community developments in Australia. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, as at June 2010 the Estimated Residential Population of Robina was 22,660 residents. Varsity Lakes is another master planned community which is bounded by the 80 hectare Lake Orr and the 18 hole Robina Woods Golf Course. The area is a $1 billion community comprising of residential villages, business precincts and retail centres, developed on 343 hectares and is home to 14,751 residents as at June 2010. The rate of population ...

Nov. 27, 2011, 1 p.m.

QLD Sales Overview Q4 2011

Across many areas in Queensland residential real estate has undergone a significant softening in sales activity and values, as demand has reflected the general decline in sentiment and confidence. The majority of first home buyers took the step into home ownership when the boost to the grant was available in 2009 and interest rates were drastically low. The future supply of this segment of buyers have been sapped and investors appear to be patiently waiting to see if they can attain a better bargain with values declining across most markets in the state. As a result of decreasing demand to ...