Weekly Property Reports

Weekly property review: Recently completed sales

Theodore’s Acacia makes $6.8m plus | Drillham’s Mundibulanga sells for $8m | A district record for Maranoa’s Tomoo | Expansion for south west QLD family | Well-watered Yambutta sells to local family | New England block changes hands after 131 years | Quality buffel country at Mitchell makes $2.8m | Locals expand with Central QLD backgrounding country | ..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, October 21, 2020

Weekly property review: Recently completed sales

Chinese pay $60m for Victoria’s Yaloak Estate | $27m secures Clermont’s Dooruna for expansion | Maranoa’s The Haven under offer post-auction..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, September 9, 2020

Weekly property review: Recently completed sales

North Queensland downs country makes $5.7 million | Woodward family secures Bollon’s Whyenbirra | Central Queensland’s Palari listed for $17 million after being passed-in | Smaller traprock block sells
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Guest Author, August 26, 2020

Weekly property review: Recently completed sales

Higher rainfall grazing country in NSW snapped up | More than $10m for Malborough’s Develin | Thargomindah’s Autumnvale secured for expansion | Roma’s Plain Farm sells after 140 years | South west Queensland’s Yambutta relisted | NSW’s Digilah Station returns to the market | Armidale’s picturesque Oaklands makes $2.6m..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, July 29, 2020

Weekly property review: Recently completed sales  

Twiggy Forest ventures into the WA’s Kimberley | Moura’s Prospect Park and Surat’s Spring Grove make district records | Family purchases Westmar’s Wallanba | Neighbours secure Mitchell’s Greenoaks..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, July 15, 2020

Weekly property review: Recently completed sales

Allan Myers pays $14m for Victoria’s Devon Park | South Australians purchase Queensland’s Forest Grove | Charleville’s Nungil makes $227/ha..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, June 17, 2020

Weekly property review: Is the online auction platform the new norm?

COVID-driven people movement restrictions on property auctions are slowly easing across the country. This week’s property review looks at the pros and cons of the digital auction platform adopted by agents during the six-week ban on travel and direct inspection since March. Is online property selling here to stay, or will traditional physical auctions return to dominance?..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, June 10, 2020

Weekly property review: Recently completed sales

Inverell Station returns home | Baralaba country makes more than $4000/ha | John Purcell’s Yatton makes $7.4m | Neighbour secures Diamantina channel country | Neighbour expands with SA’s Bosworth Station | Interest continues for well-located Brooklyn aggregation..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, June 3, 2020

Weekly property review: Pre-auction sales – a bird in the hand?

In the past three months, around 100,000ha of prime grazing country in NSW and QLD worth more than $50m has been snapped up by buyers making offers prior to assets going to auction. Is it a short-term phenomenon during times of limited listings, or a long term trend? Is economic uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 a factor? Property editor Linda Rowley seeks answers..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, May 27, 2020

Weekly property review: Rush of Southern QLD assets hitting the market

The rural property market in southern parts of Queensland is witnessing a sharp increase in the number of listings on the back of much-needed February/March rain. This week, several regional property experts give their thoughts on the rise in listings that’s occurred, with 18 holdings of significant size currently on the market across the region …..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, May 13, 2020

Recently completed property sales

Benchmark price for Monaro’s Mooresprings | Above expectations price for Yass’s Jindalee | Last Clark & Tait property under contract..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, April 22, 2020

Weekly property review: Is investor optimism justified in current uncertain climate?

While seemingly nothing and no-one is immune to the impact of COVID-19, Australian agriculture appears to be in good shape, with many property marketing agents cautiously optimistic that rural land assets will continue to be a good investment for both domestic and foreign buyers…Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, April 15, 2020

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