Whats in the news March 2019

26 Mar What’s in the news in March

What’s in the news in March

How to avoid wasting money on a rental that’s not right for you

Finding the right rental can be hard. Many get put off by a high asking price, while others ultimately regret paying too little for something that doesn’t meet their needs.

But leaving the price aside for just a moment, sometimes, problems don’t become apparent until after you’ve signed the lease, so it pays to know what to look for.

Read the full article by David Ross from domain.com

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How to rent if you have pets: rules for landlords and tenants

Finding a good home to rent can be hard enough but when you also have a pet, it can be twice as tricky with some landlords remaining adamant that pets should not be allowed in some apartments. However, thankfully attitudes are changing rapidly and so are the laws.

Read the full article by Sue Williams from domain.com

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Brisbane City Council ban on townhouses and apartments.

Brisbane City Council is on a crusade to “protect the Brisbane backyard” which sounds noble but is the council’s bipartisan push to ban townhouses and apartments in low-density suburbs the right move for our city?

Read the full article by Jorge Branco from Domain

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Time to buy a Brisbane apartment is now, a leading analyst says.

The time to buy an apartment in Brisbane is now, according to a leading property analyst.

Nearly two-thirds of apartment projects planned for the city have been ditched or deferred as it heads towards an undersupply of stock that could drive up prices and competition, a new report reveals.

Get the full story from Elizabeth Tilley from news.com

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Proposal for Mt Ommaney centre expansion gets the thumbs up!

The development proposal for a new purpose-built community hub and entertainment and leisure precinct featuring a state-of-the-art cinema complex, at the Mt Ommaney Centre, will be “coming to life”, as the Council grants the green light.

Read the full story at centenarytoday.com.au

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