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South Australian homeowners, who have chosen to sell a property with leading real estate group, Raine & Horne, have made a big financial contribution to the war on cancer.
“To date, we’ve raised in excess of $21,000 for Cancer Council SA by contributing a portion of our fee for every home sold in 2014,” said Michael McDonald, CEO, Raine & Horne South Australia.
ESTELLA's lengthy wait for its promised supermarket draws on.
A sign at the empty Avocet Drive site advertises a shopping centre, featuring a Foodworks supermarket, a bottle shop and six specialty stores, will be "opening soon."
But little, it seems, has changed since a development application was lodged in August 2009 and the sign still stands.
Advertisements taken out in The Daily Advertiser by Raine & Horne Commercial, managing agents of the site, more than two years ago also stated the centre would open soon, despite a projected initial opening of July 2011.
For lease: $27,250.00 PA plus GST if applicable Contact: Graeme Garrett 0417 243 727 or Luke Horton 0417 406 414 Agency: Raine & Horne Commercial
Located along the tourist precinct in a well know building within the CBD is this 109 sqm approx shopfront.
Comprising of large glass display, air conditioning, kitchenette facilities, shared amenities in complex, rear access and rear room - ideal for stock storage.
Available immediately. Owner will consider sale.
The Palm Beach oceanfront reserve property of Clayton Utz retired partners Deanne Whittleston and Tony Gregg is for sale with expectations of $5.5 million-plus.
This is the clifftop 1587 square metres that was last owned by David Sale, the creator of 1970s soapie Number 96, until he sold it in 1987 for $675,000. Designed by architect Geoff Watson, the three-bedroom house was built across the double block in 2001.
- A Sydney buyer has secured an off-the-plan apartment in Terrigal for $810,000 after responding to a Facebook marketing campaign
- Email is considered yesterday’s technology, with many buyers and tenants now preferring more contemporary platforms such as Facebook
A leading NSW Central Coast real estate firm has unlocked the secret to monetising social media with the sale of an off the plan property by the use of Facebook.
Thursday 16th October, 2014
Darwin motors on yet Raine & Horne calls for caution
The latest statistics from RPData show that Darwin real estate values grew by more than 7% in the last 12 months.
The result left the Northern Territory capital behind Sydney and Melbourne only in terms of capital growth since September 2013, and in front of Brisbane, Perth, Hobart and Adelaide.