James Lilley lives in Paddington and he and his partners in Brisbane Prestige Developments have one hard and fast rule: don’t build anything they wouldn’t want to see in their backyard.
The onset of winter typically means a quieter auction market in Melbourne and this year is proving no different.
Right on cue over the first two weeks of winter, Sydney’s auction market has had consecutive sub-70 per cent clearance rates.
Canberra home auction market results continue to ease from the strong results recorded over autumn as the seasonal impact of the typically quieter winter selling season emerges
The Salter family have sold their Woolwich trophy home, Vailele, for a peninsula record.
It was once best known as the drug capital of Australia but today Sydneysiders are flocking to buy land and homes in the NSW Northern Rivers village of Nimbin as it phoenixes from dippy hippy to hippy chic.
Hao Shu and Chuangchuang Rong returned from their holidays to find their fence had collapsed and their driveway undermined.
Three families battled for the keys to a spacious period home in one of Toorak’s quietest pockets on Saturday.
A lease variation charge of $30,000 per unit could deter townhouse development.
Architect Tony Trobe talks to a former CSIRO scientist and transport guru about Canberra transport.