Townsville Real Estate
A GLORIOUS family home perched high on secure Federation Hill, this Federation-style Queenslander boasts all the mod-cons and has been designed for the growing family.
WITH buying homes in the south east becoming more and more expensive, Townsville remains a viable and attractive location, even swaying long-time renters.
This sprawling estate at 36 Palm St in Rowes Bay is a local landmark of luxury and style, according to the real estate agent
Real estate agents are finding that land in established suburbs has become increasingly popular due to high demand and dwindling supply
VENDORS with unique features in their homes have an increased chance of getting a better price when selling, says Mario Torissi of Century 21
THE FAIRWAYS Development at the Rosslea Golf Course has proved to be popular with young families and the next land release is due in less than a month.
SUBURBS on the edge of the city are growing in popularity while staying affordable, attracting young buyers.
DON’T have the time, skill or cash to completely renovate your own Queenslander but love the idea of owning one of these freshly restored historic beauties?
A UNIQUELY American home with state-of-the-art electronics and high end finishings is one of the standout properties in The Village.
WHILE property price growth is expected to slacken off in the next two years nationwide, Queensland and Townsville have been given some optimistic news for price growth.