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6 most expensive buys in Grange!

6 most expensive buys in Grange!

March 19th, 2019 / Jacob Herbert

    From its’ convenient proximity to the city to its’ timeless aesthetic, Grange has something to suit everybody! But it’s not just hailed for its beautiful streets and great mix of trendy and traditional homes; this quiet leafy suburb is also one of the safest neighborhoods in Brisbane. 26 Newton Street, Grange – $1,610,000

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4 Smart Marketing Questions

4 Smart Marketing Questions

March 12th, 2019 / Jacob Herbert

We all know that to increase your chance to sell, there should be some form of advertising. But with this there is a lot of questions you should be asking regarding the type of marketing you pay for. Here are some examples of some questions that you should ask and the answers that you should be

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The Psychology of Auctions

The Psychology of Auctions

March 5th, 2019 / Jacob Herbert

Auctions are emotionally-charged and designed to use desire to stimulate competition. Strategic negotiation is one of the biggest parts of the real estate industry so let’s look at the psychology of auctions for both buyers and sellers. Sellers Auctions are designed to play on people’s emotions and extract the highest price. That’s what we’re meant

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How to approach a maintenance plan for your investment property

How to approach a maintenance plan for your investment property

March 1st, 2019 / Jacob Herbert

Like any asset, the aim of the game is to MAXIMISE VALUE AND GROWTH and MINIMISE EXPENSE AND LOST PRODUCTIVITY Approaching maintenance on your investment property with a clear strategy underlying your decisions and an analysis of the pros and cons will make that maintenance call from your property manager all the easier to deal

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Gutted. Promised the World. My Agent Did Not Deliver!

Gutted. Promised the World. My Agent Did Not Deliver!

February 26th, 2019 / Jacob Herbert

There are particular phrases that should raise some red flags every time. For example: “If we run the right advertising campaign, we could get…” “We could sell this in two weeks!” “You’d be crazy not to auction this home!” These concepts sound good at first, but any experienced seller would know that these are sketchy

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Living in the City vs Living in the Suburbs

Living in the City vs Living in the Suburbs

February 19th, 2019 / Jacob Herbert

Do you often wonder what it would be like to live in the city? You would be so close to everything and your view from the 22nd floor would be amazing. Or maybe you dream about moving to the suburbs? Where you’ve got a lush, green garden to enjoy and your neighbourhood is calming and

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The world of the silent auction

The world of the silent auction

February 12th, 2019 / Jacob Herbert

Quite often I receive questions regarding this sale strategy that the team at Clark Real Estate so often preach. The idea of a Silent Auction is something that you don’t hear often with most real estates, though this is because they might not know so much about it. I have written this blog to help

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Brisbane’s smallest suburb with the biggest prices

Brisbane’s smallest suburb with the biggest prices

February 5th, 2019 / Emilia D'Agostino

Less than 1.5 km wide, Gordon Park is one of, if not the smallest Brisbane suburb. Don’t be fooled by it’s tiny size though. The small suburb has recorded some massive sales in the last 24 months. Counting down Gordon Park’s highest sales! 123 Swan Street, Gordon Park – $1,300,000 – March 2018 This renovated

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How a Landlord Can Save By Being Water Wise

How a Landlord Can Save By Being Water Wise

February 1st, 2019 / Jacob Herbert

At Clark Real Estate Property Management, we are often called upon to advise Landlords on water charging and water compliance. Here’s our comprehensive guide on how you and your investment property can be more Water Wise. It is well recognised that, in the not too distant future, the world will no longer be fighting over

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Tips for starting back at school!

Tips for starting back at school!

January 29th, 2019 / Jacob Herbert

It’s that magical time of the year again and I bet you can hear the sirens calling! We understand that it can be tough for families, especially the children, to adjust back into the routine of ‘school life’. To help out we have listed a few things that might help easing back into it! Meet

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