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Whether we like it or not, home security is a subject many of us have been confronted with at some point. Unfortunately, the ugly prospect of a break-in is all too common these days, and it can have a devastating emotional impact on the residents. It’s not just the loss of treasured possessions, but also the loss of that precious feeling of safety.
- Raine & Horne Beverly Hills launches with experienced agent Greg Davis at the helm Mr Davis acknowledges that the reach of the Raine & Horne brand was integral to his decision to link with the Superbrand, along with its commitment to leading-edge technology and traditional values Affordable Roselands set to be a property hotspot in 2014 with values set to grow by 10 percent
Superbrand Raine & Horne has identified Beverly Hills and surrounding suburbs such as Roselands, Narwee, Penshurst and Hurstville as suburbs to watch in 2014.
A top sales agent has been tasked with spreading a major network's influence and brand across the Queensland border.
Raine&Horne has given the role of business support and development manager for Northern Rivers and the Gold Coast to one of its top agents, Tina Ashton.
“Raine&Horne has a very powerful brand presence in NSW,” Ms Ashton told Real Estate Business.
“And my role is to bring this strong branding and influence across the border into Queensland.”
149 Devon Road Exeter $1,500,0004 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 car spacesBuilt 1978 Land 10.12 hectares Inspection By appointment Agent Matthew Anstee, Raine & Horne Bowral, 0400 555 088 Last traded 2002 More photos: Domain.com.au
If a country homestead offering complete privacy is what you are looking for, this property ticks all the boxes.
The home is in a breathtaking position and you'll never tire of the views of rolling hills and beyond.
The original homestead has been extended and offers four bedrooms, a study and a choice of casual and formal living areas.
LAND for up to 200 homes next to the Fort Largs Police Academy will be released next month.
The State Government is selling a 7.4ha piece of land at Taperoo, to help recoup the cost of a $53 million overhaul of the police academy on the eastern part of the site.
However, several heritage groups have raised concerns about the government’s plans to sell the site’s 1880s State Heritage-listed fort, saying it should be preserved and turned into a tourist attraction.
The mythical home of Mick ‘Crocodile’ Dundee, the hero of the Australian movie blockbuster, and now the famous Walkabout Creek Hotel at McKinlay, in Northern Queensland, has been sold for a significant six figure sum.
The property has been snapped up by 50-something empty-nesters, Frank and Debbie Wust, who have committed to maintaining the hotel’s iconic status.