By Christina Zhou (www.propertyobserver.com.au), Friday, 20 September 2013
Sydney may be on track for a bullish housing recovery, but it will be the properties in the middle and outer rings of the capital city that will outperform, according to SQM Research’s Louis Christopher.
Speaking yesterday at the SQM Research’s annual Afternoon of Property seminar, Christopher said the recovery has been “fairly broad based”, but has … Continue Reading »
Posted on 20th September, 2013 in Landlord News, Market talks by
With the continued expansion of her eponymous fashion label across Europe and the USA and a new home and flagship store in Australia and West Hollywood waiting, sassy designer and jetsetter Gerry Shaw has listed her South Coogee home for auction with BHR Estate Agents’ coastal specialist, Catherine Bullen.
Shaw launched her brand in the 1980s with her unique and innovative designs showcased in boutiques such as Merivale … Continue Reading »
Posted on 1st May, 2013 in Uncategorized by
To know the East is to know Woollahra. Located just 6km from the CBD, the village style suburb was once known for its antique stores but today offers a sophisticated paradise for foodies and shoppers alike.
The heart of Woollahra is the intersection of Queen and Moncur Streets – the Woollahra Hotel, home to the acclaimed Bistro Moncur sits proudly on the intersection. Grab a … Continue Reading »
Posted on 10th August, 2012 in At the Opens, BOUTIQUE, Property Search, Real Estate News, Suburb Profile, Uncategorized by
For a generation of Australian’s I Am Jack is a rite-of-passage book on school bullying. This award winning book has now has been adapted into a play by the award winning Monkey Baa Theatre for Young People and will soon be developed for the big screen.
I Am Jack is the first in a three book series including Super Jack and Always Jack by Australian … Continue Reading »
Posted on 8th August, 2012 in BOUTIQUE, Market talks, Property Search, Suburb Profile, Uncategorized by
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In January, leading Eastern Suburbs boutique real estate agencies Bickmore-Hutt Realty and Place Double Bay merged their … Continue Reading »
Posted on 19th March, 2012 in Real Estate News by
It’s an exciting time for all of us here at Bickmore-Hutt Realty and Place Double Bay and we wanted to share our news with you.
We are thrilled to announce that come January 2012, leading Eastern Suburbs boutique agencies Bickmore-Hutt Realty and Place Double Bay will come together and become BHR Your Agency for Life.
Bickmore-Hutt and Place have known and respected each other’s businesses for … Continue Reading »
Posted on 2nd December, 2011 in At the Opens, Finance, Landlord News, Market talks, Property Search, Real Estate News, Uncategorized by
This weekend saw a slight increase in the number of home buyers inspecting Eastern Suburbs properties. The combined economic effect of GFC2 and the Carbon Tax has taken the pressure off further interest rate rises and their now appears to be an acceptance by buyers and sellers that the Sydney property market is now moving towards equilibrium.
Weekend auction clearance rates recovered to levels … Continue Reading »
Posted on 18th July, 2011 in At the Opens by
Australian Property Monitors this week delivered both good and bad news for the Eastern Suburbs property market.
APM reported that the Eastern Suburbs – with Sydney’s highest median house price of $1.46 million – has recorded the biggest fall in median houses prices in the past year. It’s down by 5.5 per cent.
The good news is that the East picked up a bit in the … Continue Reading »
Posted on 11th July, 2011 in At the Opens, Market talks, Real Estate News by
Andrew Carswell From: The Daily Telegraph April 26, 2011
SYDNEY’S great property divide is being turned on its head, with the wealthy Eastern Suburbs suffering a shock 15 per cent slump in property prices, while values in the city’s west continue to soar.
Property monitors and analysts are stunned by the sharp reversal in fortunes … Continue Reading »
Posted on 26th April, 2011 in Market talks, Real Estate News, Uncategorized by