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  • First Time Home Buyers – Top 5 Tips - Buying your first home can be daunting – both financially and emotionally. It’s likely to be one of the biggest investments you’ll make, so the team at Johnson Real Estate have compiled their top 5 tips to guide you.     Start saving now House deposits can take a while to save, so it’s smart to start saving...
  • VIDEO BLOG: Q&A with Jordan Cleland
    - Our Senior Agent, Jordan Cleland, has been named in the Pittard top 20 Salespeople for Australia and New Zealand, coming in at number 4. Jordan originally worked for Clark Real Estate from 2000 – 2003, only leaving to explore and work overseas. He remained in close contact with Clark, continually referring friends and family looking...
  • Father’s Day Top 10 - Happy Father’s Day!   Ah September… It is first month of spring, the season that allows Mother Nature to really show off. It is the most popular month in the country for listing houses for sale (we couldn’t let that one slip!), weddings and tends to be a peak travel period, particularly around the school holidays. September is also when...
  • In The Spotlight – 62 Picnic Street Enoggera   - Enoggera is one of those older style suburbs which has leafy parks and streets, elegantly renovated homes. Enoggera was initially developed as a farming community with orchards and vineyards. In the 1860s, the track to the Gympie goldfields passed through Enoggera, and this assisted with development. As the population increased, the first school opened in 1871, and the...
  • Attention All Investment Property Owners: 2022 Smoke Alarms Compliance Update - Do you own an investment property? Time is running out! Less than 90 working days to go until the new Queensland Smoke Alarm Regulations kick in on 01/01/2022.  Did you know that with the new compliance legislation all homeowners must ensure the following:   All homes or units being sold or leased, or existing leases renewed, will require hardwired photoelectric, interconnected smoke alarms. Non-removable 10-year battery smoke...
  • Discover the Difference with Clark Realty - We invite you to discover the difference and consider challenging how the Real Estate industry has conditioned us to believe how an agent should operate. Our customers share with us some of their experiences;   “Clark Real Estate sold my Stafford unit in March 2021. I would recommend Clark Real Estate and Mario Lattanzi because:  ~he got the...
  • What does the low vacancy rates in Brisbane mean to Investors? - The June 2021 quarter data from the Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) reveals that 100 per cent of the states vacancy rates continue to remain very low. It also shows 62 per cent local government areas have either recorded their lowest vacancy rate or equalled it over the last 11 years. Clark Real Estate...
  • Thinking of renting out your house? Now is the perfect time. - If you are a property owner in Brisbane, there has never been more perfect conditions to look at expanding your property portfolio.  Record low rental property vacancy rates continue to impact Queensland with Brisbane’s vacancy rate dropping from 2.1% to 1.7% from the previous quarter. Clark Real Estate recorded a vacancy rate of 0% and have seen record numbers of prospective tenants seeking out properties.   REIQ CEO Antonia Mercorella said “With...
  • Discover Different, the power of a tailored sales strategy - Does it feel like all we see on property realty signs is “sold” stickers? Yes, it is true that the market is hot and in real estate terms what we call a “rising market”. Houses are being snapped up, and property owners are enjoying fair returns. But it isn’t all unicorns and rainbows, it is not always a sure thing to get the sales price you’ve advertised. For the suburbs we specialise in, Clark’s sales rate is on average...
  • Do you have your Depreciation Schedule? - If you’re anything like me, you’ll probably have discovered this week that your accountant is fully booked out for the next two months. So, despite your good intentions to be on top of your life admin, now you’ve found yourself with some extra time to get your house in order and properly prepare for this year’s tax deductions.  There’s been a lot of information floating around the internet about work...