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Insights from Richard Branson

A number of our agents recently attended the Titans of Real Estate conference where Virgin Founder, Sir Richard Branson, was the keynote speaker. Sir Richard, who founded Virgin Blue, now Virgin Australia, started with only two planes and has now grown the company to more than 10,000 staff and 15...

Windsor: the place to be

It’s official. If you want to live in Brisbane’s inner north suburbs, Windsor is the place to be. Core Logic’s Research Director, Tim Lawless presented an insightful analysis of the Australian, Queensland and Brisbane real estate markets at the launch of Mint Residences this past week which...

$28,000 and counting...

What an amazing week the Coronis team has had participating in Tour De Office – a 40 hour bike challenge established to raise money for charity and promote a healthy work place. More than 80 members of the Coronis team have jumped on the bike located at HQ in Lutwyche for 30 minutes each in order...

Demand for Queensland property about to swell

Property experts have been talking about it for a while however now we’re about to experience it. Due to Queensland’s affordable property prices, lifestyle, warm weather and local job market, we’re about to experience an influx of Sydney and Melbourne residents migrate north to the sunshine state....

September Finance update

Spring is here and we’re all looking forward to the busiest time of year in property markets around the country!  There has been a lot happening in our financial markets this month, with volatility in our share markets and interest rates on the move even though the Reserve Bank of Australia decided...

Pre-approval vs Subject to finance

What is pre-approval and what is subject to finance? Many first home buyers believe you don’t need pre-approval if you intend to use a subject to finance clause in the sales contract when you find a property to buy. But that’s not the case! In this article we explain why it’s a wise move to get pre...

Brisbane house prices grow strongly over the quarter

Increased activity in the premium market has helped drive a wider recovery across Brisbane. The median house price in metropolitan Brisbane reached $610,000 at the end of the June quarter, according to new data from the Real Estate Institute of Queensland. That was a jump of about four per cent on...

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