Leonard Teplin is the director of projects at Melbourne agency Marshall White. Teplin grew up in South Africa and lived for many years in Portugal, giving him a keen appreciation for the diversity of inner-Melbourne communities and housing styles.
A North Melbourne property with approved plans for a 20-apartment development recently sold for a record price, says agent Steve Messina of Melbourne Acquisitions.
A $1.5 million Narre Warren property is in the headlines after a report by The Sentry Group showed the South Sudanese political elite amassed huge fortunes while the country battled civil war.
Stasi Adgemis, director of HockingStuart Doncaster, uses social media to maintain his profile, and says many of his first customers are now coming back to him with repeat business.
Auction clearance rates are cooling off as more buyers take advantage of better weather and prettier gardens to put their property on the market.
Being close to public transport is at the top of the wish list for most property buyers, especially in larger cities like Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Victorian state government population forecasts say Victoria's population will almost double within 35 years, with the number of people living in inner and middle suburbs growing by 1 million.
If you’re currently renting a one-bedroom apartment in Carlton, then it’s actually cheaper to buy the property than rent it.
Tisha Lee, a director of architectural firm K2LD, takes pride in developing lasting projects that are flexible for future uses.
This seven bedroom family home is metres from the beachfront with sweeping bayside views.
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