Weekly Property Reports

Weekly Property Review: Recent property sales wrap

Neighbour competition produces premium paid for Moura’s Wilga Vale | Western Qld market selling strongly | Corfield’s Thordale sells post auction | Crookwell’s Mt Henry North sells for $6400/ha | Epenarra withdrawal has knock on effects..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, May 17, 2019

Weekly property review: Border patrol stops the rain

While grazing property listings are thin across many parts of southern Australia due to the drought, buyer interest remains strong across NSW, Victoria and South Australian pastoral regions, property editor Linda Rowley found in this regional summary ..Read More

Guest Author, May 8, 2019

NT cattle stations make $20m, $58m in separate property deals

Two large Northern Territory grazing properties, Carmor Plains and Kalala, have transacted separately for around $20m and $58m recently, in an expression of the continued strength of the top end property market…Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, May 16, 2019

Weekly property review: Border patrol stops the rain

While grazing property listings are thin across many parts of southern Australia due to the drought, buyer interest remains strong across NSW, Victoria and South Australian pastoral regions, property editor Linda Rowley found in this regional summary ..Read More

Guest Author, May 8, 2019

Property: Slowdown seen in western NSW as drought impact tightens

The rural property market in the Central West of New South Wales continues to maintain reasonable levels of interest, but listings have been somewhat subdued in the early stages of 2019 due to the drought and sub-optimal presentation factors…Read More

Beef Central, May 8, 2019

Property: Killarney showcase Mt Colliery makes $10.25m + VIDEO

In what is possibly a record for the Warwick/Killarney district in southern Queensland’s border region, showcase grazing property Mt Colliary Station made $10.25 million or $8193 per hectare  under the auctioneer’s hammer on Friday…Read More

Beef Central, May 8, 2019

Weekly property review: Rain prompts surge in quality northern listings

NT’s Suplejack hits the market for the first time | Mt Skinner attracting strong inquiry | Argyle Foods Willowgreen offered for $10m | Lennox an ideal calf factory | Century of ownership to end for Hereward | Feed on offer at Winton’s Tulmur, Tranby and Owens Ck | Mt Surprise’s Rocky Springs can carry 3500 cattle | Makiwa quality Liverpool Plains country | Coastal frontage for St Lawrence’s Bar Plains | Theodore’s Bungaree listed for $4.5m..Read More

Guest Author, May 1, 2019

Property: $5 million-plus deals not affected by drought, Colliers says

The number of Australian rural property transactions in the $5 million-plus bracket has been largely unaffected by drought over the past three years, Colliers International told participants in a property webinar this week…Read More

Beef Central, May 1, 2019

US, Chinese largest foreign owners of water in Australia, report reveals

Chinese and United States interests are the largest foreign owners of water entitlements in Australia, an Australian Taxation Office report released this month shows…Read More

Beef Central, April 28, 2019

Weekly property review: Is there relativity between rainfall and property prices?

Is there a relationship between rainfall and different regional Queensland property market values? Valuer Will McLay certainly thinks so, and has come up with a novel approach to observe the relativity between rainfall and property markets across the state…Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, April 24, 2019

CPC property sell-down continues, with $50m Comely Station deal

Consolidated Pastoral Co has continued on its recent property asset sell-down path, announcing the sale today of its highly-regarded Central QLD buffel grass finishing/growing property Comely Station to NT pastoral identity Sterling Buntine for almost $50m…Read More

Jon Condon, April 24, 2019

Weekly Property Review: Movement at the station

District record paid for Tara’s Lilonga | Scale in South Australia sells under the hammer | Locals purchase Glen Innes block for expansion | Aramac country under offer | Maranoa country withdrawn..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, April 17, 2019

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