25 May What’s in the news in May?

What’s in the news in May?

Move to cut body count confusion at Queensland auctions

Queensland’s peak real estate body fears body count confusion at the first coronavirus-era on-site auctions which are set for this weekend, unless the Palaszczuk government spells out exactly how it wants those to run.

Read the full article by Sophie Foster from realestate.com

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Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has begun a three-step relaxation plan for the state, with auctions among the activities set to kick off under restriction this weekend. (Photo credit: The Courier Mail
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This is the largest such construction project in the state right now.

Four towers set to transform city skyline as Queen’s Wharf rises

If you go down to the city today, you’re in for the big surprise, with the four towers at the Queens Wharf mega-development ready to start transforming Brisbane’s skyline.

Read the full article by Sophie Foster from news.com.au

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Brisbane property market holding strong, sentiment improves as coronavirus restrictions lift

The convenience of virtual walk-throughs combined with confusion over the state’s eased real estate restrictions fuelled low attendance at physical open homes in Brisbane over the weekend, despite evidence of increased buyer and seller confidence.

Read this interesting story by Sarah Webb from www.domain.com

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Local home hunters have been slow to hit the pavement, preferring to stay at home while browsing for a new abode. Photo: Glenn Hunt
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Road map to Easing Queensland's restrictions

Roadmap to Easing Restrictions

On Friday 8 May 2020 the Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk released Queensland’s Roadmap to Easing COVID-19 restrictions. The roadmap outlines a staged approach to giving Queenslanders more freedom to travel, participate in more activities and hold more gatherings.

The Roadmap provides sensible and gradual steps to a COVID recovery that will reconnect our communities and keeps our economy moving by supporting business, industry and Queensland jobs.

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