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Gates Open for $200m Slim-Fit Gold Coast Tower

The Gold Coast City Council has granted a planning permit for a $200 million, six-star rated residential development on Wharf Road, developed by Golden Gate Property Group designed by Rothelowman. Source: The Urban Developer

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Toowoomba; Infrastructure Boost

Toowoomaba benefits from its position as the Western gateway to south East Queensland as well as its prime location on the Melbourne freight route.

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Queensland Economic Outlook 'Positive":Deloitte

Construction and development appeared healthy to Deloitte's analysts, who attributed some of Queensland's strong economic outlook to high levels of interstate migration and international tourism, which have encouraged a growing list of tourism-related construction projects. Source: The Urban Developer

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Bob Ell's Cobaki land could double in value by 2024 as demand for house lots far outstrips supply

Bob Ell, who's made a billion out of property, well could be called Box Seat Bob in the wake of the latest planning tome. Canny Bob is sitting on thousands of blocks of land, potentially worth billions of dollars, at a time when all indications are that the Gold Coast is in for migraine-like supply headaches. Source: Gold Coast Bulletin

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Queensland’s 2016/17 budget outlines action plan for Gold Coast and Logan

The Queensland government has published its infrastructure plan for the racing industry, investing $200 million in two new greyhound tracks and night-time horse racing.

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Has The 2016 Census Revealed The Next Property Hotspot?

The 2016 Census of population and housing data has confirmed that Australia's population is ageing, with the median age in 2016 being 38, up from 37 in 2011. Savvy investors are using this data to their advantage to consider housing opportunities that will suit this market in the future. Sourced: Your investment property mag - Aug 2017

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Gold Coast Land Prices Up Nearly 100% In 10 Years

Continued strong population growth coupled with an ongoing shortfall of new land being released continues to drive up prices for Gold Coast new land buyers.

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2017-2018 Queensland Budget

On the back of a predicted 3% growth in the Queensland economy over 2017-18 which but for the impacts of cyclone Debbie was predicted to be higher the Queensland Government has delivered a budget which it claims will be good for jobs and good for builders. Sourced: HIA Economics Research Note - May 2017

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Friday 16th June 2017     Queensland Budget, Economy, QLD Government,

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