Some of the state’s most prized pieces of real estate have been on the market for months, even years.
An Egyptian design duo has begun re-purposing old steel shipping containers, transforming them into living spaces, shops and restaurants in an effort to introduce residents of overcrowded Cairo to cheaper and more versatile properties.
The opportunity to renovate the old church at 77 North Road, Brighton, was one Jade Budsworth couldn’t pass up.
The production of washing machines is foreshadowing the future of China’s roller-coaster property market.
It has been likened to a beach hut, mocked as being garish and compared to a giant candy cane or an ice cream stall.
Melbourne Airbnb hosts are making up to $150,000 annually on the platform, with hosts in the suburbs even pocketing up to $42,000 a year just by listing a spare bedroom.
Some auctions have a higher purpose.
A series of shacks in the wilderness built during the Great Depression has become a little slice of heaven.
Ric Serrao, Raine & Horne Double Bay, talks about his life as a real estate agent.
In the old money suburb of Ascot, a stately Queenslander owned by a former Governor of Queensland is up for sale for the first time in nearly 25 years.