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Steptember Challenge – 10,000 Steps Per Day Starts Today!

  Today over 20 of the MPM Property team members will start the #steptember #challenge by @cpalliance. With a goal of walking over 10,000 steps per day, our team will cover over 5,600,000 steps by the end of the month!! 👏   We ask you to support us by clinking the link below to support us in our goal to raise funds for people living with Cerebral Palsy. We'll keep you... Continue reading

Liveability, Progress and Opportunities within our City of Ipswich

Liveability, Progress and Opportunities within our City of Ipswich Welcome to the City of Ipswich. Ipswich is Queensland’s fastest growing city and has been awarded as one of Australia’s smartest cities. Advancing from the geographic centre of a rapidly developing region of 3 million people, Ipswich profits in its connectivity to all major business districts, airports, seaports, and arteri... Continue reading

MPM Ipswich proudly supports Woodlinks State School

Ipswich is a close-knit community which MPM calls home! We are constantly looking for ways to give back to the Ipswich community who have supported us along our journey. Since our inception, MPM has supported a number of projects, initiatives and teams we are proud to partner with. We have for the past few years supported Ipswich Central State school wall planner for their students. The ... Continue reading

World Surf League pro Sally Fitzgibbons buys Gold Coast Jewel pad

PRO surfer Sally Fitzgibbons is investing in the Gold Coast’s soaring skyline, making a million-dollar-plus property play. The NSW-based 25-year-old has bought a two-bedroom apartment in the $1 billion Jewel high-rise development which will border the beach at Surfers Paradise. She is paying an undisclosed sum for a tower one pad which she is calling her “second home”. For the e... Continue reading

Property market braces for big changes

Potential changes to negative gearing, increased stamp duty for foreign investors and even Britain leaving the European Union are all tipped to have flow on affects for the Australian property market. But will property be the winner and loser in it all?     “There is going to be a number of positives for Australian property specifically,’’ “The first one is tha... Continue reading

QIC and SCentre settle $20 million purchase of government land at East Coomera

Coomera‬ Town Centre, a ‪‎commercial‬ and ‪retail‬ hub that has been on the drawing board for two decades, appears set to come to at least partial fruition following a near $20 ‪million‬ ‪land‬ sale. Along with the regional retail ‪precinct‬, the plan calls for a business district with midrise office and apartment buildings, and ‪education‬, health and light-indust... Continue reading

Northern Gold Coast Outlook

Did you know that by 2036, the City of Gold Coast is forecast to grow to 905,681 people? Given its central geographic location and high proportion of families, children and young people, the Northern Gold Coast is ideally placed for continued growth. We thought it was timely to share our outlook on the Northern Gold Coast which centres around the suburbs of Pimpama and Coomera. [embed... Continue reading

What’s missing from negative gearing debate?

Reporter Ben Knight revealed that Melbourne’s median house price is above $700,000 and Sydney’s median house price is “a tick under $1 million”. Ben also revealed that it takes 10 times the average wage to buy a median-priced home in Melbourne and more than 12 times the average wage to buy in Sydney. What about us? And this is the single greatest problem with the negative gearing... Continue reading

Gold Coast tops foreign buyers’ wish list for real estate

FOREIGNERS searching for homes in Queensland have eyes only for the Gold Coast. Internal data from shows six of the top 10 suburbs looked at by potential offshore buyers were all on the Glitter Strip. If the interest levels are anything to go by, the Gold Coast should see a flood of international buyers, with the biggest number of foreigners looking at Surfers Paradise ... Continue reading

Gold Coast attraction Palm Beach is set to be revamped to help protect its shoreline.

There are hopes the battered Palm Beach Reef on the Gold Coast will be given a chance to regenerate with the creation of an artificial reef to protect it from storms, while also supplying new surf and dive sites. The proposal comes after Cyclone Oswald battered the coast in 2013 and nearly destroyed some Palm Beach homes. The proposed solution is to manipulate the direction of waves, by plac... Continue reading