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Brisbane suburbs jump up in land value

The Valuer-General’s 2016 land valuations have now been released with the results indicating a strong revival in the South East Queensland property market Brisbane's southside recorded the highest increases with Mansfield jumping 26.9 per cent, which is astronomically higher compared to Brisbane...

How to avoid paying too much interest

Many people don’t think twice about paying interest on everything they purchase. For a lot of people, it’s just the price they have to pay for convenience and getting the things they want in life. And when you’re borrowing money to make money, as with your home loan, your interest repayments may be...

Is your will valid?

Have you given any thought to what will happen to your assets when you pass away? Recent statistics have shown that approximately 45 per cent of us do not have a valid will. Most people don’t know that if you die without one, the government in the state in which you live will determine how your...

Introducing Dusit Thani

Coronis International are beyond proud to announce their next project – Dusit Thani located in the picturesque Brookwater next door to Greg Norman’s famous golf course. Dusit Thani is a five star international resort operator and world famous Thai hospitality group that has 34 Hotels & Resorts...

Do you own a healthy investment?

Do you own a healthy investment that you’re all over? Or have you let it slip to the bottom of the pile and are just happy to see the rental income deposited into your bank account each month? Your property’s welfare is important to us, not only for tenant safety but so we can also help you protect...

SEQ property values rise with latest valuations

The release of the 2016 Property Market Movement Report brings encouraging news for Queensland homeowners, with the latest land valuations reflecting increasing values across some urban areas, including Brisbane, Toowoomba, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast. Queensland’s Valuer-General Neil Bray said...

RBA keeps interest rates on hold

Summer may be over but our property markets are starting to heat up! The Reserve Bank of Australia met today for its March meeting and decided to keep the official cash rate on hold at 2.0 per cent. Forecasters widely predicted today's decision, however many are speculating that a rate cut is on...

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