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广东时时彩11选五 www.yya1n.com.cn Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull and wife Lucy failed to find a buyer for their Hunter Valley property at its midweek online auction.
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They were once a staple of reality TV shows but renovation projects have been getting less popular as families ditch plans to fix up their homes and opt for a different strategy instead.
A self-described IT geek has developed an unusual approach to getting a house for cheaper by building his next residence out of old rubbish and getting volunteers to do the hard work.
Think relaxed Top End living and the image that comes to mind would be pretty close to this laid back Nakara home.
Coy bidders and lucky numbers featured in the auction of this Toowong home on Saturday.
Property buyers are at risk of losing money every year if they choose to buy into a handful of cheap, but risky, suburbs and can save in the long run purchasing elsewhere, new research shows.
A shifty Melbourne real estate agent has been jailed for a “sophisticated” scam that robbed Aussies of more than $800,000.
Sydney tenants are now in a strong position to get a discount on their rents following a record surge in the number of empty homes, with one region offering particularly good deals.
It is seemingly the perfect reason for both house owners and renters to be scared — but look closer, and it turns out to be based on a fib.
Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull and wife Lucy failed to find a buyer for their Hunter Valley property at its midweek online auction.
Anxious unit owners within Sydney’s Mascot Towers complex could be dealt another major blow, potentially impacting future resale prices.
Brisbane house prices are continuing to grow, with new figures revealing they have hit a record high for the 27th straight quarter
When the hammer finally fell for this three-level Brunswick townhouse, the agent was “absolutely surprised”. It soared past reserve amid competition from four bidders.
A converted milk bar, once popular for its lolly counter and footy tipping, and an “exceptionally well renovated” Edwardian have powered to strong sales as Melbourne’s auction market rebounds.
A picture perfect Glenelg unit offers a sought-after seaside lifestyle... did we mention it’s also well below the suburb’s median unit price? Take a look!