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  • Queensland Tenancy Reforms Expected to Pass This Week - NEWSLFASH!   Queensland Tenancy Reforms Expected to Pass This Week  As recommended by the Community Support and Services Committee Report , the Housing Legislation Amendment Bill 2021 is high on the agenda this week and expected to be passed.  In this continuing series of updates “Qld Tenancy Reforms – What An Investment Owner Needs to Know” by the Property Management Team at Clark Real Estate we provide interested investors with some...
  • Purchasing off The Plan  - Three things you need to know before purchasing an off-the-plan development as an investment property  Many investors gravitate towards purchasing off-the-plan developments due to the perceived benefit they offer. Off-the-plan developments are often marketed as an easy way to enter the property investment world and the glossy brochures can certainly make them look an attractive...
  • 42 years with Brisbane City Football Club - Mario Lattanzi, Principle, Clark Real Estate, has a deep love for the World Game of football (some may know it as “soccer”). Being of Italian heritage, it is almost in his DNA to love and play the game. From a young age, Mario has been an active member at Brisbane City Football Club. Established in 1952, Brisbane City Football Club has a long and...
  • VIDEO BLOG -Interview the Agent with Mario Lattanzi - Born and bred in the area, Mario is as local as it gets. His passion is to help and encourage people grow professionally and emotionally. Mario grew up as a first generation Australian from an Italian family and was taught from an early age ‘if it was going to be it was up to me’....
  • 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...
  • Tenancy Reform Bill One Step Closer to Becoming Law – Will an Owner still be able to terminate a lease? -  Remember those Proposed Tenancy Reforms we talked about over the last couple of years? Well the Bill is now before the QLD Parliament! The Community Support and Services Committee has now published its Report into the Housing Legislation Amendment Bill 2021 recommending that the Housing Legislation Amendment Bill 2021 be passed. This Bill is presently before Parliament...
  • 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...