Townsville suggested as possible site for future nuclear power stations, according to Queensland Minister for Natural Resources and Water, Craig Wallace.
A number of factors contribute towards making a suburb a growth area. . . An important one for property investors is the need for a community to live in a particular area, making it popular with renters.
Stockland secures Myer as a major tenant in its Townsville complex, a $230m development on Ross River Road, Aitkenvale, Queensland.
Australia’s housing shortage will get progressively worse over the next 10 years, according to a new report.
Real Estate Institute of Western Australia (REIWA) data reveals that while residential rents in WA continue to climb, property values are in a state of decline.
A report by the Residential Development Council (RDC) has revealed that there will be a shortfall of 185,076 residential lots within 20 years across the east coast and Perth.
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