Keen to buy a new home? There’s more than 20,000 to pick from

first_imgCoreLogic research analyst Cameron Kusher.NEW figures have revealed more than 20,000 properties were for sale across Brisbane.According to CoreLogic data, stock levels were tight in many capital cities, but a few more properties were making their way onto the market nationally.Research analyst Cameron Kusher said typically the number of properties advertised for sale in spring climbed as vendors took advantage of the warmer climate and improved weather.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus23 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market23 hours agoHe measured the amount of advertised stock on the market on a rolling 28 day basis and said nationally they were tracking 226,007 properties advertised for sale – which was 5.3 per cent lower than a year ago.“Across the combined capital cities, total stock advertised for sale is one per cent higher than it was a year ago with 110,909 properties advertised over the past 28 days,’’ Mr Kusher said.Mr Kusher said looking at what was available across capital cities for this time of year, there was more stock for sale than there had been each year since 2013.What was on offer in regional markets was substantially lower than it had been in recent years.In Brisbane, the number of properties advertised for sale was 2.5 per cent higher than a year ago with 20,611 properties currently on the market.This was the highest level since a peak in 2012.last_img read more

Emmanuel Eboue banned from football for a year, weeks after joining Sunderland

first_imgEmmanuel Eboue, who only signed for Sunderland on March 9, has been banned from playing football for a year by FIFA due to a dispute with an agent.A FIFA judgement has banned him taking part “in any football-related activity” for a year – or until he pays the money he owes to his former agent.In 2013, Eboue had been ordered to settle a debt with agent Sebastien Boisseau, with a fine for non-compliance following the next year – but this latest FIFA decision indicates that the money has still not been forthcoming.Eboue had appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport about the fine levied on him in 2014, but that was dismissed. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more