Rental vacancies tighten across much of Queensland: REIQ

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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHelp with buying your first home 01:07Brisbane’s rental market has recorded its lowest vacancy rate in 11 years, and has re-entered the “tight range” for the first time in three quarters.That is according to the latest REIQ Rental Vacancy Report, which found vacancy rates have shrunk to 1.6 per cent. a tightening of 1.2 per cent since the June quarter.“The Brisbane LGA market has re-entered the tight range after remaining in the healthy range for the previous three consecutive quarters,” the report found.“Redland and Logan Cities reported the tightest vacancy rates of 1.5 per cent each, with rents holding steady year-on-year for three-bedroom houses.“Moreton Bay vacancies rose slightly over the quarter however the overall vacancy rate remained within the tight range at 1.7 per cent, while rents increased $10 per week for three-bedroom houses from September 2018.“Ipswich City held steady from the June quarter with a healthy vacancy rate of 2.9 per cent and median rents increasing by 1.6 per cent for three-bedroom houses year on year.” MORE NEWS: How joining forces could help you buy a home 8 Long St West, Graceville is listed for $2500 a week … … but nearby, this house at 7 White St, also in Graceville, is $600 a weekThe Greater Brisbane market also reported its lowest vacancy rate in over a decade at 1.7 per cent, 0.7 per cent lower than the previous quarter and 0.5 per cent lower than the same quarter in 2018.On the Gold Coast, vacancies remained stable across the quarter with an oversupply of rental stock as new developments continue to spring up in the region causing rents to edge down. “The reported median rent for three-bedroom houses in the June quarter was down 1 per cent year-on-year, while rent for three-bedroom townhouses was up 2.4 per cent,” the report revealed. This sprawling estate at 59 Haven Road, Pullenvale, could be yours for $1500 a weekOn the Sunshine Coast, rental market vacancies increased marginally by 0.3 per cent, placing the region within the healthy range, while on the Fraser Coast, rental markets remained tight for the quarter, in line with the previous two years, according to the report.In the regions, Cairns vacancies were at an historical record low for the region, reporting 0.9 per cent for the quarter.While in Toowoomba, a tightening of vacancy levels to 1.1 per cent is being heralded as “great news for investors”, with the garden city recording the lowest vacancy rates of all of the major regional areas. An aerial shot of Townsville during the February floods (AAP Image/Dave Acree)In Townsville, which was devastated by flooding earlier this year, vacancy rates remain in the healthy range at 3.2 per cent, while the improving mining sector has seen Mackay vacancies remain in the tight range, albeit increasing marginally by 0.3 per cent over the quarter.“Property managers have reported an increase in residents due to a rise in employment opportunities, contributing to the region’s economy,” the report said. While 24 Glenmorgan St at Keperra is listed for $460 a weekVacancy rates also tightened to 2 per cent in the nearby Whitsundays region.But in Bundaberg and Rockhamptoon, rental vacancies weakened, with Bundaberg recording a vacancy rate of 2.6 per cent, pushing it back in to the healthy range.Rental vacancies in Rockhampton increased to 3.6 per cent, placing the region within the weak range for the first time since March 2018.*** TOWN – VACANCY RATE SEP 2019/VACANCY RATE JUNE 2019 Greater Brisbane: 1.7%; 2.4% (The last time the Greater Brisbane vacancy rate was this low was September 2008) Brisbane LGA: 1.6%; 2.8% (The last time the Brisbane LGA vacancy rate was this low was September 2008) Brisbane Inner: 1.9%; 3.2% Brisbane Middle: 1.3%; 2.5% Brisbane Outer: 1.9%; 2% Ipswich: 2.9%; 2.9%More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus11 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market11 hours ago Logan: 1.5%; 2.4% Moreton Bay: 1.7%; 1.4% Caboolture: 1.2%; 1% Pine Rivers: 1.8%; 1.7% Redcliffe: 2.8%; 1.8% Redland: 1.5%; 1.6% Gold Coast: 3%; 2.8% Sunshine Coast SD: 2.6%; 2.3% Noosa: 4.4%; 2% Fraser Coast: 1.3%; 1% Hervey Bay: 1.2%; 1.4% Cairns: 0.9%; 2.3% Gladstone: 1.8%; 3.1% Mackay: 1.7%; 1.5% Rockhampton: 3.6%; 1.5% Toowoomba: 1.1%; 1.6% Townsville: 3.2%; 2.2% (Source: REIQ Residential Rental Survey September 2019) This is what a $1.5m reno looks like Worst over for Brisbane housinglast_img read more

Taylor enjoys winning return

first_img Taylor received a raucous reception at the purpose-built boxing arena which was filled to capacity on a night on which 15 national men’s and women’s champions were also crowned. It was the kind of low-key comeback favoured by Taylor, who has admitted struggling with the fame foisted upon her since she underlined her status as her nation’s favourite sports star with victory in London. Taylor was caught by a couple of counters in the second round but soon found her range with her clubbing left hand, and seemed to relish the chance to work off the rust that had gathered from her six months out of the ring. Another booming left at the start of the third prompted the referee’s intervention to issue Graczyk a standing eight count, and Taylor’s relentless accuracy and range of shots soon had the referee interrupting again. The Pole’s sparse shots seemed almost feeble in response, with every Taylor strike jolting her opponent back, and Graczyk did admirably well to make it all the way to the final bell. It was the start of a busy weekend for Taylor, who is scheduled to fight again in Dublin on Sunday as she builds up to her competitive return, which is likely to come at the EU Championships in Hungary in June. Earlier, Olympic bronze medallist Michael Conlan claimed his third straight national title at flyweight, easing away for a comprehensive 20-9 win over Chris Phelan. Beijing silver medallist Ken Egan announced his retirement after suffering his third straight finals defeat to Joe Ward at light-heavyweight, taking a standing count en route to a 25-5 defeat. The 31-year-old Egan was bidding to become the first man to win 11 Irish senior titles and brought everything, but was simply outgunned by the sustained ferocity of an opponent 13 years his junior. Olympic champion Katie Taylor marked her return to action for the first time since her gold medal triumph last August with a 28-5 win over Poland’s Karolina Graczyk at the National Stadium in Dublin on Friday night.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

USWNT parade: Women’s World Cup champions celebrate 4th title in New York City

first_img Women’s World Cup 2019: Megan Rapinoe keeps pay-gap conversation going on ‘GMA’ Rapinoe hopped on the float with a drink in hand, while Kelley O’hara was ready to celebrate with other members of the national team: GONNA BE LIT 🔥 pic.twitter.com/AvN1ORI7uX— U.S. Soccer WNT (@USWNT) July 10, 2019NYC it’s parade time let’s do this! Bonus points to anyone who brings me a beer or 4 🍻 let’s partyyyy— Kelley O’Hara (@kelleymohara) July 10, 2019Victory Parade! US Women’s Soccer Team takes over NYC for their parade. #USWNTParade #soccer #WorldCupChamps pic.twitter.com/P4lf9Iomad— Anthony Leong (@anthonyleong83) July 10, 2019 Five key quotes from USWNT star Megan Rapinoe’s CNN appearance after World Cup win The parade began at 9:30 a.m. ET, with a ceremony at City Hall in NYC at 10:30 a.m.Ready for ya, America. 🇺🇸🏆 pic.twitter.com/R3wMXl8xdz— U.S. Soccer WNT (@USWNT) July 10, 2019Here’s a look at highlights from the big celebration:  Related News After the U.S. women’s national team earned a historic fourth Women’s World Cup title, fans from all across the nation celebrated the victory with a parade in New York City on Wednesday. The U.S. secured the title with a 2-0 win over the Netherlands on Sunday in Lyon, France, as Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle scored the last two goals of the tournament. Sunday’s win gave the U.S. back-to-back wins, and a fourth championship — which is two more than the next closest nation. U.S. Senator: No equal pay for USWNT, no federal money for 2026 World Cup @CarliLloyd @TobinHeath young girls lining the streets to celebrate you and #girlpower #USWNTParade #uswnt @USWNT pic.twitter.com/mQfJInIPsG— T Hahn (@thahn44) July 10, 2019Breakfast of champions ☕️ @USWNT @alexmorgan13 #USWNTParade pic.twitter.com/owkLujkioz— Volkswagen USA (@VW) July 10, 2019Barack Obama sent his congratulations to the team, and thanked the players “for being such a strong inspiration for women and girls.”Proud to rep America’s best team! Congrats @USWNT and thanks for being such a strong inspiration for women and girls—and everybody—all across the country. pic.twitter.com/9Gp6UTZhEE— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) July 10, 2019Equal pay conversations continued: Mayor De Blasio slash Presidential Candidate De Blasio also proposing equal pay opportunities for athletes just before Parade kicks off #USWNT @CBSNewYork pic.twitter.com/1ksLefenpB— Natalie Duddridge (@CityNatalie) July 10, 2019Governor Cuomo appears on a float with members of the U.S. Women’s National Team during their victory parade in lower Manhattan https://t.co/wX34Fj1ZMi pic.twitter.com/m0RQda2vfU— CBS News (@CBSNews) July 10, 2019“Equal pay, that’s the tea” pic.twitter.com/lNiBzEQCVs— Danielle Allentuck (@d_allentuck) July 10, 2019″Parades are cool. Equal pay is cooler” #USWNTParade https://t.co/XqF9U8zvDT pic.twitter.com/R9pJ21WcWP— Planet Fútbol (@si_soccer) July 10, 2019#BREAKING : I just signed new pay equity legislation at the #USWNTParade .The women’s soccer team plays the same game that the men’s soccer players play — only better. If anything, the men should get paid less.Thank you @USWNT for helping lead this movement for change! pic.twitter.com/qHy2aYs2Tl— Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) July 10, 2019This parade is evidence of how much the #USWNT inspire everyone. We’re near the end of the route, and we’ve seen little boys in full Carli Lloyd and Alex Morgan kits. Boys no older than 12 are screaming the “equal pay” chant. This team is truly America’s team. #USWNTParade— AO Hartford (@AOHartford) July 10, 2019Crowd chanting Equal Pay at the #USWNTParade #USWNT #WoSo pic.twitter.com/xfIv87lYk3— Mike Coleman (@mikegcoleman) July 10, 2019The crowd chants “equal pay” as the US women’s soccer team celebrates their World Cup victory at the ticker tape #USWNTParade in New York City pic.twitter.com/Lf1jzHSIb0— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) July 10, 2019There was a lot of purple hair, a tribute to Rapinoe: Lots of purple hair on the parade route. Izzy, 10, died her hair this morning to match Megan Rapinoe, her favorite player pic.twitter.com/Qj6tmPlTOn— Danielle Allentuck (@d_allentuck) July 10, 2019Champions get parades 🇺🇸🏆🥇Watch the #USWNTParade on Yahoo Sports: https://t.co/LVaqc78t4T pic.twitter.com/5OIreftflC— Yahoo Sports (@YahooSports) July 10, 2019last_img read more

Handball team ”Mladost” ahead of a better future in 2013

first_imgThe handball players of the team ”Mladost” from Banja Luka finished the first part of the season in the Second league of RS with highest possible results. Due to this, this team is on good path towards playing next year in the First league. Although they are the youngest team in the league, the team players of Bojan Crnomarković are a great threat for all other handball teams.” We got to the first place more as the absolute winner, and our number of our goals which is + 116 is more than convincing of our dedication and team play. It is our wish to keep the first place and qualify into the First league of RS”- said Crnomarković.He also added that it will not be easy to maintain the first place regarding the competition.” Our biggest rivals are the teams ”Borac” and ”Sloga”, but I think we will succeed in securing the first place”- added Crnomarković.After a great crisis, the team ”Mladost” is back on the path of success.” I am very glad that my team players are also friends and that they are giving their maximum to make progress for this team.”- concluded Crnomarković.last_img read more