BRISBANE has been tipped to become Australia's new trend capital, overtaking Sydney and Melbourne as the best place to live, work and play.
They have been keeping quiet for the past two years but as soon as conditions improved they’re back, and no, we are not talking about some biennial plant, we are talking about Queensland first home buyers. It is official, the numbers don’t lie, they are b
The last few years have been a tumultuous time in the housing market and many people are unsure which way it will go in the future.
FIRST home buyers purchasing new homes will have their grants increased from $7000 to $15,000 for 15 months and then pushed down to $10,000, in the key giveaway of today's NSW Budget.
LOW prices, low interest rates and less competition is fuelling a prime time for inner city investors, says a Brisbane investment specialist.