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Inner City Buyers are Out in Force

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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→

More Accessible and Energy Efficient Queensland Homes

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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→

A Successful Auction in Kedron

Succesful Kedron Auction

We’ve just completed another successful auction in Kedron, with the sale of 2/74 Broughton Road by The Henry Wong Team® resulting in happy sellers and buyers! This two-bedroom, one-bathroom unit in a tightly held complex in Kedron represents a great investment opportunity, and we knew buyers would be interested in it. It was our job…Read More→

Record Brisbane Property Prices Incoming?

record brisbane property prices incoming

We’ve weathered quite the real estate storm over the past few months, but according to a report from Domain good things are on the horizon for Brisbane and four other capital cities. Before we get to their reasons for this, let’s take a look at property cycles, and where we are potentially sitting in the…Read More→

Quality Over Quantity: The Risk of Low Commission Agents

It’s only natural when you are selling your home that the first thing you think of is your bottom line. It is a sale after all, and you want to maximise your returns. An expense when selling is your real estate agent, who charges varying degrees of commission for the opportunity to sell and market…Read More→

Seller Activity Starting to Heat Up

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We’ve followed a pretty non-traditional trajectory over the last year when you look at the Australian economy. 10 interest rate rises in a row have taken our cash rate to 3.60%, dizzying heights that we haven’t seen since 2012. With mortgages increasing and spending capacity becoming restricted, this is obviously going to have knock-on-effects on…Read More→

Is 2023 a Good Year to Sell Real Estate?

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Pick up a newspaper you’re likely to come away with a pretty negative opinion about the Australian real estate market in 2023. Sure, interest rate rises and softening property prices may have given us a bit of a roller coaster ride of things lately. But at the Henry Wong Team®, we believe things aren’t as…Read More→

Are We in the Last Days of Rate Hikes?

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There have been a few tough Tuesdays over the last year. As expected, after convening on the first Tuesday of February as they do every month, the Reserve Bank of Australia has just raised the cash rate by .25%. You’d expect we’d be used to this by now, as this is the ninth straight raise…Read More→

Foreign Buyer Interest Showing an Increase

Foreign real estate buyers

The shackles of covid are well and truly off, and foreigners are starting to show significant interest in our real estate market once again, according to the latest Proptrack report. As migration is set to increase to its pre-pandemic levels and higher, we can expect this interest to continue to grow and have positive effects…Read More→

$1,650,000 Street Record in Enoggera

9 Dalmarnock

9 Dalmarnock Street in Enoggera is an epic Queenslander, a beautiful heritage listed home sitting on an 809-m2 block of land. Two agents have tried to sell the home without success, the last one as recently as September 2022 (an auction that attracted no bidders). The Henry Wong Team® knew that this home was something…Read More→

Olympic Fever in Brisbane Already?

brisbane olympic fever

2032, the year when the summer Olympic games come to Brisbane, seems like a long way away. I mean we’ve still got Paris in 2024 and Los Angeles in 2028 to get through. That hasn’t stopped people getting excited about the biggest sporting event in the world coming to our fair city. And it seems…Read More→