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How Australian Capital Cities Grow

The urbanites among us know all too well the continuous growth of our capital cities. We’re exposed to the factors of growth on a daily basis; whether it is upgrades to our transportation systems, property development, or even new cultural initiatives to drive tourism to the area. On a social level, we must also consider […]

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Skip Bins Filling Techniques that Should Benefit users in Adelaide, South Australia

Although skip bins collect trash, what you can put into the bin must be per the guidelines of proper waste management as stipulated by the bin hiring company.  While users are happy to fill the bins to keep their homes clean, the real job starts when the company that removes the waste and arranges for recycling. In […]

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The Future Top 10 Tallest Skyscrapers in Australia

In this news piece we highlight Australia’s future top 10 tallest skyscrapers in the development pipeline however, it does not include completed buildings.. It should come as no real surprise that the eastern seaboard cities are leading the skyward charge, with Melbourne potentially reclaiming the crown from the Gold Coast’s Q1 should the recently announced […]

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The value of Australian property through the eyes of foreigners

While Sydney property has had extraordinary growth over the last three years (52.5 per cent according to RP Data), putting it out of reach of many Australians, it is still relatively affordable for many foreigners. In the last three years, the Australian dollar has dropped in value by 34 per cent when compared to the […]

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New Wave of Property Wealth in Australia Spurred by Land Ownership and Property Styling

As the world economy flickers between economic boom and economic decline, the Australian property market continues to prosper in the face of economic adversity. Even though many other industries such as the mining industry have suffered setbacks in growth over the past few years, the property market continues to grow and Australian families continue to […]

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Interesting Facts About Queensland, Australia

Queensland, the second-largest state by territory in Australia, separated from New South Wales back in 1859. With the world-famous Great Barrier Reef located off the east coast stretching for approximately 2,000km and 5 of Australia’s 11 existing natural World Heritage areas (the Riversleigh Fossil Fields, the Daintree National Park, the Scenic Rim National Parks, Fraser […]

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The Two Achilles Heels of the Australian Economy: Debt Levels and Housing Prices

For years we have been arguing that Australian real estate prices are obscenely high and ultimately unsustainable. Despite our citing of data from such respected institutions and organisations as The Economist, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, it is only now that the message and our warnings seems to be catching up with reality. Are we predicting a massive bursting of an unflatteringly obese bubble?

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FloodAid Website Helps Australian Flood Victims

Flood Aid aims to help those affected by the devastating floods that mother nature in Australia in 2011, by bringing volunteers and victims together.

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Snagging a Bargain: Australians Hunting for US Property Bargains

The allure of US real estate bargains for foreigners is particularly strong for Australian’s right now. Aussie’s are armed with a strong dollar (the currency surpassed the US dollar in October 2010 for the first time since 1982) and are excited by the fact that in the US the average home costs 62 per cent less than its local equivalent and returns can reach 20% which is unheard of in Australia.

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Australian House Prices Decline for First Time in 17 Months

the growth of Australian housing prices has ground to a halt. In June, real estate prices fell by 0.7 per cent, the first decline in 17 months. Furthermore house prices grew by just 0.1% over the quarter. Clearly interest rates and the stepping back of Federal Government stimulus program are having an effect. There are also election-related jitters and share market concerns playing their role.

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