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http://www.propertytv.com.au This month on Property TV real estate show Ian Thomason interviews Henk and Nick from Evergreen Tree Care about tree care and arborist solutions. Both Henk and Nick have an amazing appreciation of all things green. Kevin Turner from 4BC has another great update plus this months Property TV features an amazing real estate [...]Continue Reading
Property TV is your local Property show. On this months show Geoff Sellars proves that buying and selling around Christmas times is still a great time. Geoff adds that Ray White Annerley will be open over the Christmas holiday season. Kevin Turner from 4BC has another great update plus this months Property TV features an [...]Continue Reading
Property TV is your local Property show. A local agent in specific areas hosts their own episode on whats important to their local area. Kevin Turner delivers his monthly market update. Plus a featured property video and topic of discussion.Continue Reading
http://www.propertytv.com.au This month on Property TV Andrew Reibelt has a landscaper on to talk about that is takes to keep your garden looking great this summer. Andrew has all the details in the office if you want to know more or catch up on selling your property. Kevin Turner also has this months informative market [...]Continue Reading
http://www.propertytv.com.au This month on Property TV Geoff Sellars comes live from the Queensland Tennis Centre. Geoff Sellars ability to deliver unbelievable auctions is amazing. If you want to have your property seen this the Annerley Ray White Group auctions then please contact Geoff. The Property Video’s that are played on the night help to showcase [...]Continue Reading
Property TV is your local Property show. A local agent in specific areas hosts their own episode on whats important to their local area. Kevin Turner delivers his monthly market update. Plus a featured property and topic of discussion.Continue Reading
Geoff Sellers from Ray White Annerley has been hosting Property TV Annerley amazingly for months. His ability to keep his community informed and educated on all aspects of the real estate world. This month Geoff has details on their up coming Auction at the vibrant and amazing Queensland Tennis Centre. Kevin Turner from 4BC has [...]Continue Reading
QUEENSLAND'S mining boom is increasingly driving the state's property business, with population growth slowing in all areas except those close to new mines or processing plants.
The Midwood Report on the outlook for the Queensland property industry, claimed that the number of people moving to Queensland from other states was at its lowest level since 1983.
In recent years interstate migration has accounted for more than 50,000 people a year - 1000-plus people a week -- this year it is forecast to be only 10,000 people.
As a result dwelling approvals across Queensland are at their lowest level for a decade, falling from a high of about 24,512 in the second half of 2007 to 10,634 in the most recent six months.
But while Queensland's population growth is expected to pick up again over the next few years, the pattern of development will change. There will be less emphasis on sea-change destinations, which have grown strongly in the past decade, and more on cities and towns close to mining areas.