Property Line - 01 Jan 1970
This week on Property Line there is good news for domestic travellers with border restrictions in Queensland set to ease - at least for residents of the Australian Capital Territory - with flights from Canberra resuming on Friday. Join us for a packed show today as we cover:
Clearance Rates Steady, Relatively Speaking – George Donikian from The Informer gives us an update on the weekend numbers, with Sydney on par with last year’s rate and Melbourne of course affected by strict government lockdown measures.
Alfresco Dining and Melbourne – Tony Crabb from Cushman & Wakefield looks at a stimulus plan to try and help the food and beverage industry in Victoria.
Flights to Nowhere – On Dasey Direct, Jason discusses the various attempts by airlines to boost the aviation industry, including Singapore Air’s reported plans to launch flights to nowhere.
Broken Hill, The Silver City – We look at the famous outback town with the lowest median property price in Australia and a special family home there with Matthew Handberg, Principal at C21 McLeods Broken Hill
With special thanks this week, as we farewell Jason Dasey from the Property Line chair. We hope to see you again soon Jason! Catch Jason’s final episode above.
21 September, 2020
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