94a Johnston Street, Bellbird ParkMore from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019Mr Schlamm said the investor-buyer was keen to acquire the four-bedroom home soon after he had seen the listing.“The negotiations started without the buyer seeing the property. The buyer then flew up on the Saturday and had a look to confirm he was happy,” Mr Schlamm said. 94a Johnston Street, Bellbird ParkMr Schlamm said affordability was a major motivator for out-of-town purchasers.“For the investors from Sydney, you’re getting a yield that’s twice what you’re getting down there, and you can actually buy something with $300,000 or $400,000 in the first place,” he said. 94a Johnston Street, Bellbird Park 94a Johnston Street, Bellbird ParkQueensland’s southeast has been awash with Sydney and Melbourne buyers of late as our affordable property and high returns bring in savvy investors.The sale of 94a Johnston St, Bellbird Park, for $352,500 on September 27 was a great example, according to Ray White Redbank Plains sales manager John Schlamm. 94a Johnston Street, Bellbird ParkMr Schlamm said the home offered a secure, long-term tenant for the new owner.“The tenants have lived in the house for eight years and they wanted to stay – so it’s pretty much a win-win for everyone,” he said.
â€œStaying together to see out the game after the team was reduced to 10 men must be applauded. These boys braced all odds to achieve a result that will see the team play in their first final since the inception of CHAN.“I must commend the team for a job well done despite coming with a great price tag. We were all worried when the captain and number 1 choice goalkeeper, Ikechukwu Ezenwa got injured earlier in the first half and had to be replaced by Dele Ajiboye.â€œWith strings of world-class saves, Ajiboye proved to be a dependable hand that any team would have wanted on such a night when the Sudanese threw everything at the team,â€ the minister noted with relish.Speaking ahead of the finals, Dalung enjoined the team to go all out on Sunday and shock Morocco by winning the title.Despite admitting that playing against the host in the final of any competition is the toughest task any team can embark on, he is optimistic about the teamâ€™s chances against Morocco who earlier defeated Libya 3-1 in extra time are bright.â€œMr President is watching the tournament and following the progress of the team. With Nigerians always wanting to win, bringing the title home will be the perfect way to satisfy Nigerians.â€Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The Minister of Youth and Sports, Solomon Dalung, has congratulated the Home-based Eagles for clinching a ticket to the final of the CHAN 2018 after a 1-0 victory over Sudan.â€œI am so excited about this team and millions of football loving Nigerians who are rooting for the team to succeed in Morocco.â€œThey have shown that they are a work in progress as they continue to improve with every game,â€ stressed Dalung.The minister praised the team for staying strong in the face of adversity to qualify for their first final since the inception of the competition after Ifeanyi Ifeanyi got sent off very early in the second half for a second bookable offence of the night.