More properties will be auctioned in one month than throughout 2016.
There were plenty of buyers hoping to snap up a high-end home in Canberra on Saturday with at least 18 properties selling for more than $1 million.
Higher prices definitely spell bad news for prospective Canberra first homebuyers who are now struggling even harder to realise the Great Australian Dream.
Ivan Pirjac believes that “it’s all about having the right balance” when it comes to a home. He says the size and flow of rooms is critical to comfort and liveability.
Hughie Krijnen and his wife moved to Braidwood 22 years ago and built one of the town’s most prominent buildings.
Northbourne Avenue’s rejuvenation as the gateway into Canberra continues with the Land Development Agency calling tenders for the sale of Dame Pattie Menzies House in Dickson.
A backyard cherry tree laden with fruit helped seal the purchase of this architect-designed, split-level Macgregor home back in 2006.
Five multi-unit sites in Coombs and Moncrieff sold for more than $25 million at a Land Development Agency auction on Wednesday.
New technology has dramatically changed the way consumers approach property, but according to futurist and business technologist Steve Sammartino it can’t replace the human connections that drive the industry.
Residents of Belconnen suburbs Aranda and Cook often feel just as aligned with Canberra’s inner north than the Belconnen region.