Barton Green and Supriya Ramlu

We have followed through with a 2nd property solely because of the relationship we have with Glen and the experience from the purchase of the 1st property.
The communication throughout the whole process is great, lots of clear photos of the construction and the staff is great in regards to keeping us updated with any other information.

Geoffrey and Melisa Hanslow

From our very first meeting with Glen he made us feel at ease and we both knew he was someone we could trust and put our faith in to do the right thing by us and he has certainly done that.

To buy or to sell: The real COVID-19 question

Originally published Smart Property Investment in May 2020 In the most recent episode of What’s Making Headlines with Phil Tarrant and Tom Panos, the hosts discussed the low levels of stock available right now, and how it’s influencing the buying and selling decisions of both owner-occupiers and investors. Mr Panos began by conceding that stock levels have been…

House prices up despite coronavirus, finds CoreLogic

Despite a sharp drop in market activity and a severe weakening in consumer sentiment, home price rises were recorded across most capital cities, driving national house prices up 0.3 per cent in April. But the national monthly pace of growth more than halved, dropping from 0.7 per cent in March. House prices saw their smallest…

Why now is the right time to buy a house

Originally published on Yahoo Finance in March 2020 With global stock markets swinging wildly from one extreme to the other as the coronavirus Covid-19 continues to spread, investors are feeling cold feet. But according to property experts, the tough economic climate could actually be viewed as a lucrative opportunity. “In times of economic upheaval and…

Queensland reports ‘solid’ rental stats

Originally Published on Smart Property Investment in May 2020 Fresh research coming out of the Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) has shown a relatively stable start for residential rental vacancy rates, despite the perceived effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The latest rental vacancy rate data issued by the REIQ shows the state’s overall quarterly…

Council and West Moreton Health join forces on COVID-19 front lines

Originally Published on Ipswich First in April 2020 Ipswich City Council staff have answered the call from the West Moreton Public Health Unit for assistance. The West Moreton Public Health Unit conducts contact tracing, which along with physical distancing, has been a powerful combination in flattening the curve of the COVID-19 pandemic here in Ipswich.…

Nicholas St update: External glass installed for new library

Originally Published on Ipswich First in April 2020 The installation of external glass for the new Ipswich Library in the Nicholas St precinct is all but complete. Crews on the Nicholas St redevelopment continue to make good progress with about 160 workers across the site. In the past week, as well as installing the external…

Two new roads to connect 9,000 Queensland homes

Originally published on Infrastructure Magazine in April 2020 The Queensland Government has invested $20 million to extend local road networks in the Ripley Valley as part of its Catalyst Infrastructure Program. The funding will enable the construction of two new roads in the Ripley Valley priority development area (PDA), ensuring more affordable land is available…

New $20 million roads to open up more land in growth area

Originally published on The Queensland Times in April 2020 THE State Government is investing $20 million to extend local road networks in the booming Ripley Valley. Funding through the Catalyst Infrastructure Program is being used to construct two new roads in the Ripley Valley priority development area. It will allow 8900 new homes to be…