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Australia’s Migration Surge

Australias migration surge

Migration has always been part of the backbone of Australia, contributing to our strong multiculturalism and ability to withstand trying global economic conditions. It’s been important to our past, and it will continue to be important in our future.  The post-pandemic migration surge has been a big one though. It’s had some serious ramifications, particularly…Read More→

Inner City Buyers are Out in Force

inner city buyers

We just sold 7702/55 Forbes Street in West End, a three-bedroom, two-bathroom, double garage apartment spread over 275m2 of titled area. It was a short marketing window with a result we’re incredibly proud of! Read on to find out what we sold this beauty of a home for Before we get to that, some important…Read More→

The Federal Budget 2024 – What’s in it for Housing?

federal budget housing

If you have even a fleeting industry in the property market, in fact in the economy as a whole, you’ll know that we have a housing crisis in Australia. Overseas migration resulted in a net annual gain of 518,000 people last year, and building approvals are at record lows (Only 2436 dwellings were approved for…Read More→

How to Sell a Block of Units Fast…

sell a block of units

You’re not going to believe what we just sold this block of units in Stones Corner for. You probably won’t believe how we did it either. This is an example of the benefits of networking at its finest! This is when all our hard work expanding and maintaining our vast network of colleagues pays off….Read More→

EOFY Property Tips

EOFY and real estate

End of Financial Year is fast approaching, and at The Henry Wong Team® we normally field a whole bunch of questions about property and tax roundabouts now. One thing we need to clear up straight away is we aren’t financial advisors, so if you have queries related to your personal finances book in with a…Read More→

A Succesful Thornlands Auction

auction result 35 Angliss

Another busy auction and another stellar real estate sale for The Henry Wong Team®, with 35 Angliss Circuit in Thornlands successfully going under the hammer recently. We’re proud of this one, because the whole process aligned with our holistic approach to helping sellers move on to the next stage in their lives.  Plan Your Next…Read More→

Henry Wong’s Three Laws of Networking

Three Networking Laws

In the marketing world, they say it’s not about who you know; it’s about who knows you! As a real estate agent who relies heavily on my network to close deals in Brisbane and beyond, I’ve applied this statement to my entire career. You know what – it’s had a huge positive impact! A turning…Read More→

Brisbane’s Best Primary NAPLAN Results

Naplan best schools

Another year means another opportunity to review how schools went on their NAPLAN tests for last year. In the video below I take a look at a Courier Mail resource where you can check out the NAPLAN results for all the schools around Queensland.  For the video we investigated the top five primary schools. Have…Read More→

What Does The Property Market Have in Store For Brisbane?

2024 property market

As we bid farewell to 2023, it seems fitting to mark the first blog post of the New Year with a look at what we can expect from the property market in 2024. Last year was a rollercoaster of emotions, as interest rates skyrocketed and home prices generally remained strong across the board. Brisbane in…Read More→

Keeping it Local in Coorparoo

keep it local in coorparoo

Hey it’s Henry here, and I wanted to take a moment to talk about why it’s important to buy local and support your local community. This is something I’m really passionate about, because at the heart of the best suburbs in Australia lies a strong community. If you buy local, you buy into your community….Read More→

More Accessible and Energy Efficient Queensland Homes

Brisbane real estate agent

There’s a bit of a shakeup heading the way of the residential construction industry, with changes to the National Construction Code coming into place at the start of October in Queensland. These changes are designed to make new builds easier to access for disabled people, as well as making them more energy efficient.   We want…Read More→