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17th June 2010
Heart for the Homeless
Established in 2009 by 23 year old Mr Leighton Walters, Heart for the Homeless is a not-for-profit organisation focussed on empowering industries to be active in reducing poverty. By implementing cutting edge and innovative initiatives, Heart for the Homeless aims to get resources such as food, clothing and furniture to those who would otherwise go without. Position One Property proudly supports Heart for the Homeless.
10th June 2010
2010 Quest Business Achievers Award
9th June 2010
Temple Organic Skin Care Giveaway
Like Position One Property Like our facebook page and enter the draw to win a luxurious gift box of Temple Organic Skin Care drawn on the 30th of June. Temple is here to rejuvenate you: to support, nurture and honour you; to treat you with respect and reverence. For when you are replenished and strong you are able to give to others.
5th May 2010
Renovation Tips for Maximising Rental Potential
Ever wondered why some rental properties sizzle and others fizzle? Here are some renovation tips that help you get the best rent while pumping up the value of your property. Having a rental property at a time when the market is running low on available lots is every landlord’s dream. However, don’t let the numbers fool you into complacency. Low vacancy rates do not automatically translate to higher rental income if your property is not up to market standard. “An…
7th December 2009
Which Way Is North?
7th December 2009
Brisbane’s city fringe suburbs are among the city’s most culturally diverse. For example, inner city residents come from more than 20 non-English speaking countries. The area from South Brisbane to West End was once known as ‘Kurilpa’, meaning ‘place of rats’. The name Fortitude Valley comes from an early shanty town of migrants from the ship ‘Fortitude’.
6th November 2009
A sustainability declaration is a compulsory checklist that must be completed by the seller (vendor) when selling a house, townhouse or unit. There is no need to engage a building professional to complete the form. The sustainability declaration identifies the property’s environmental and social sustainability features in the areas of energy, water, access and safety. Sustainability features can lower operating costs. Properties with sustainability features use less energy for heating and cooling, generate fewer greenhouse gas emissions, use less…