Property Investment News

Bunnings reveals plans to open at Yawalpah Road in Pimpama

BUNNINGS has announced plans to open up a new centre in the Gold Coast’s northern suburbs. The hardware chain today confirmed it hopes to submit a development application for a new warehouse in Pimpama, one of the Gold Coast’s fastest growing suburbs. According to Garry James, acting General Manager of Property at Bunnings, the proposed…Read More→

REVEALED: Location of new Gold Coast train station

The State Government has today revealed the location of a brand new Gold Coast train station. Minister for Tourism Industry Development Kate Jones said that the new station will be built on the Old Pacific Highway at Pimpama, just south of the new shopping centre. “We have been listening to the Gold Coast community and…Read More→

Sold On Gold Coast Where to find the best bargain buys in the north

HOUSE hunters looking to bag themselves a bargain in the northern Gold Coast are in luck, with three suburbs median house prices coming in well below the city’s overall median price of $655,000. Willow Vale, Labrador and Pimpama were the three cheapest areas for the north as featured in the Bulletin’s Sold On Gold Coast — the…Read More→

Government Commits $351m to Gold Coast Light Rail 2

The Queensland state government has announced a $351 million commitment towards the next stage of the Gold Coast Light Rail that would connect the southern Gold Coast to the remainder of the line. Stage 3A will extend the existing route by seven kilometres from Broadbeach South to Burleigh Heads and includes eight new train stations….Read More→

New Coomera high school officially named

Education Minister Grace Grace has today announced ‘Foxwell State Secondary College’ as the official name of the new $64 million high school opening in Coomera in 2020. Ms Grace said the name had been decided following extensive consultation with the local community. “This state-of-the-art high school is located on Foxwell Road, which was named in…Read More→

How long can a fixed term lease run for

With more and more Queenslanders renting for longer, there is growing interest in more secure and sustainable tenancies that meet the needs of both tenants and property owners. Data from the Residential Tenancies Authority (RTA) indicates the median length of tenancies for houses – which account for half of Queensland’s rented dwellings – has increased…Read More→

Queensland to rank among best state markets in 2019

Queensland’s housing markets are expected to rank among the best performing across Australia during 2019 as they have the key factors that drive growth – liveability, affordability, booming infrastructure and enhanced economic prospects. The Sunshine State leads the nation when it comes to confidence in residential property, as the gears shift from recovery to rising…Read More→