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Property Management Specialists New Farm

About Property Management specialises in property management services and is looking for more investment properties in New Farm and surrounding suburbs. Our boutique family run agency has a personable approach and we can guarantee next level service.

Call us today on (07) 3040 1900 for a free rental appraisal.

What differentiates us?

    1. We operate as a husband and wife team and pride ourselves on providing clients with a personalised, attention-to-detail service.
    2. We go out of our way to secure new tenants for our landlords. This includes showing properties after business hours (up until 8pm). We have found this strategy to be very successful in securing tenants that are unable to view properties on weekdays due to busy work lives. This can give your property an edge over the competition by finding someone to rent your property sooner and minimise the vacancy period.
    3. On top of our scheduled open for inspections, we will also attempt to arrange private inspections with each and every prospective tenant – the sooner they view the property, the sooner we can get a lease signed.
    4. We offer our clients the convenience of an online Owners Portal to view financials and other information such as routine inspection reports.
    5. We are experienced property managers and won’t get side tracked with sales because property management is all we do.
    6. Upgraded online marketing on RealEstate.com.au & Domain included as standard for new landlords.
    7. We include our in-house photography as standard.
    8. Competitive pricing while providing a high level of service.

New Farm – Suburb Profile

New Farm is a riverside inner suburb in the City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The suburb is located 2 kilometres east of the Brisbane CBD on a large bend of the Brisbane River. New Farm is partly surrounded by the Brisbane River, with land access from the north-west through Fortitude Valley and from the north through Newstead. Merthyr is a neighbourhood within New Farm; until 1975 it was a separate suburb.

At the 2011 Australian Census the suburb recorded a population of 11,330. It has the highest population density in Greater Brisbane with approximately 5,861.7 people per square kilometre.

At the south-eastern end of the peninsula is the historic New Farm Park. The suburb derives its name from the fact that the peninsula was used as a farming area in the early years of Brisbane’s history. Brunswick Street is the main street running northwest-southeast up the centre of the peninsula. To the south of Brunswick Street the suburb is characterised by large ornate Queenslander-style houses, shady streets lined with large trees and tall apartment buildings, predominantly along the river. More modest Queenslander-style houses dominate the north of Brunswick Street, where there are fewer large trees and apartments.

The suburb has one main commercial area close to New Farm Park, called ‘Merthyr Village’. A wide variety of businesses also operate along Brunswick Street and in adjacent streets. The former electric tramway power station, located at the eastern corner of New Farm Park, has been converted into a community arts and performance space called ‘The Powerhouse’. New Farm is known as Brisbane’s “Little Italy” as many immigrants from Italian descent first settled in the suburb. The Brisbane City Council operates a public library at 135 Sydney Street. The library opened in 1975 and offers publicly accessible Wi-Fi.

In the 2011 census, New Farm had a population of 11,330 people; 49.9% female and 50.1% male.

The median age of the New Farm population was 36 years of age, 1 year below the Australian median. Children aged under 15 years made up 8.0% of the population and people aged 65 years and over made up 13.5% of the population.

63.5% of people living in New Farm were born in Australia, compared to the national average of 69.8%; the next most common countries of birth were England 4.6%, New Zealand 3.9%, Italy 1.9%, China 1.4%, South Africa 1.1%.

77.2% of people spoke only English at home; the next most popular languages were 3.1% Italian, 1.9% Cantonese, 1% Mandarin, 0.9% Nepali, 0.8% French.

The most common religious affiliation was “No Religion” (30.9%); the next most common responses were Catholic 27.3%, Anglican 12.6%, Uniting Church 3.0% and Buddhism 2.9%.

(information sourced from Wikipedia)

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