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Gold Coast homeowners make more than $500 million

Gold Coast homeowners make more than $500 million

first_imgREIQ Gold Coast zone chairman John Newlands said the Coast was seeing the flow-on effect from the investors coming from interstate and locally.Mr Newlands said the Coast’s new infrastructure, construction and tourism industries, and impending 2018 Commonwealth Games were giving buyers a renewed confidence in the city.“We are now getting some traction in the market place and seeing the flow-on effect from the investors coming from interstate and locally,” he said.“With the low-interest rates buyers are opening their wallets with confidence to buy.” The CoreLogic Pain and Gain report revealed 84 per cent of Gold Coasters made money — with the median profit at $110,000. GOLD Coast homeowners made more than $500 million in one quarter alone last year as the level of sales reached six year highs.Figures released today show eight out of 10 homeowners made a profit on sales in the three months to September 2016, pocketing almost $525 million.The CoreLogic Pain and Gain report reveals the median profit was $110,000.It was the best result for houses on the Coast since 2010.CoreLogic research analyst Cameron Kusher said strength was returning to the coastal markets.“You also see in Queensland interstate migration is picking up a little bit, particularly in the southeast corner.“Obviously people in Sydney and Melbourne possibly starting to think about their retirement they have seen significant growth in the value of their homes over the last few year, lots of equity.“The Gold Coast is one of the places they like to look at, so that could all be contributing to the improvement…”More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North12 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoCoreLogic research analyst Cameron Kusher said strength was returning to the coastal marketsREIQ Gold Coast zone chairman John Newlands said there were “pockets” of housing around the Coast — including Burleigh Heads and Southport — that had experienced phenomenal growth in the past 10 to 15 years. “The people who have benefited from selling are those who took up good opportunities through the global financial crisis period, or people who have been holding on to their properties for 10 to 15 years in a suburb which has become quite popular,” Mr Newlands said.“Some suburbs have completely transformed. Like Burleigh Heads, it’s just one of several Gold Coast suburbs that come along immensely with new restaurants and lifestyle factors impacting it.“There are little pockets around the Coast that have completely transformed.”last_img read more

Janovua “Jan” Chenault

Janovua “Jan” Chenault

first_imgJanovua Chenault, 76, of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, passed away Sunday, August 9, 2020.She was born March 13, 1944 in Cincinnati, OH, daughter of the late James Bruce and Arley (Boyd) Stewart.Jan graduated from Powell County High School in Stanton, Kentucky, before relocating to Dearborn County, Indiana with her husband, Trulan M. Chenault, Sr., in the spring of 1965. Jan initially worked as a Bell Hop at the local Frisch’s drive-in, later at KFC, then retired after 12 years as a QMA at Shady Nook Nursing Home. Jan enjoyed baking cakes and spent some time making wedding cakes and selling special occasion cakes. Jan became a member of the Aurora Church of Christ on March 5, 1972. Jan was in service to her community through her employment and role as a parent in the Lawrenceburg Community Schools for many years. She spent a series of years coordinating help for Greendale Middle School carnivals. She also spent many years as a Vacation Bible School volunteer. She was known for her great hospitality. Jan loved her family dearly, and she cherished her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.In addition to her loving husband, Trulan, of 56 years, Jan is survived by her children, Clara (Norm) Mounts of Aurora, IN, Jill (Tony) Alvord of Greer, SC, Trulan (Michelle) Chenault of Greendale, IN, and Anita (Mike) Reckers of Milan, IN; step-daughter Cindy (Jerry) Buuck of Ft. Wayne, IN; grandchildren, Amanda Mounts, Jesse Mounts (Destiny Thomas), Chris (Beth) Mounts, Jaqueline (Ryan) Dixon, Kayla Hunter, Jennifer (Jonathan) Wynn, Ashley Chenault, Jonathon Mealor (Brianna Johnson), Jacob Mealor (Ashley Henson), Sarah Reckers, and Elizabeth Reckers; step-grandchildren, Bonnie Buuck, Melissa (Michael) Cundiff, Hayley Buuck (Steven Bartkiewicz), Regina Reckers (Troy Gehrhart), and Shannon Reckers; 13 great-grandchildren, and 6 step-great-grandchildren. She is also survived by one sister, Jerelene Lacy of Stanton, KY; two brothers, Albergine (Helen) Stewart, Peculiar, MO, and Alvinith Stewart; and several nieces and nephews.Jan was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers, Olmen Stewart and Aulden Stewart.Friends will be received Tuesday, August 11, 2020, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the Aurora Church of Christ, 814 Sunnyside Av., Aurora, Indiana, 47001.Services will be held at the church on Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 11:00 am with Brother Lynn White officiating.Interment will follow in the River View Cemetery, Aurora, Indiana.Contributions may be made to the Aurora Church of Christ or Loving Hearts Hospice of Bright. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Due to the current situation dealing with COVID-19, we are following the directives from Governor Holcomb and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concerning large events and mass gatherings. The family deeply appreciates the support and love shown from friends, but the health and well being of everyone in our community is of top priority. We are asking everyone who will be in attendance to please remember the social distancing guidelines at all times, and the wearing of masks is highly recommended.Alternative ways to express your condolences can be done by going online at our website and leaving the family a message, sending a card, flowers, or making a donation in memory of their loved one.visit: www.rullmans.comlast_img read more

McGregor looking to make MMA history

McGregor looking to make MMA history

first_imgThe Dubliner is aiming for a win that would see him hold belts in two different UFC weight-classes at the same time.The featherweight champion faces lightweight title holder Eddie Alvarez.The fight takes place at Madison Square Garden in New York in the early hours of tomorrow morning.last_img

UCL Review: Guardiola and Simeone full of praise, Enrique gracious in defeat, Vitoria takes positive

UCL Review: Guardiola and Simeone full of praise, Enrique gracious in defeat, Vitoria takes positive

first_imgManager’s react to last night’s Champions League tie.SIMEONE PRAISES HIS SIDE’S BATTLING QUALITIESThere is a virtue in this team, with the great work of the four and a bit years we have been together. I’m happy for these players who have come together in this team; I’m not just thinking about reaching the semi-finals, it’s more important than that. There are fewer values in society all the time, but we are a group of honest workers who can win or lose. We make ourselves strong with the tools we have.Today, once again, we have won a tremendously difficult game – but a very nice one. We never stopped believing; we worked knowing the situation, knowing what we can do. In the first half the game was more like what we wanted; in the second it was closer to what they wanted. They had individuals who could break the game open, but we stayed together and stayed strong.We were up against very good opponents, with great history and with players who can change a game in any moment. It was a match between teams with different strengths, and sometimes you win and we won today.These are moments that will not return. They are unique in football. We saw loads of children on our bus journey to the stadium. They believed in us. It was a special day.Now I’m not thinking about anything other than Granada, for sure. Manchester City have enormous financial power, extraordinary players. Madrid, Bayern … the history they have. They are all great teams. But for Atlético Madrid to be among the four best in Europe is a big step – now we can do more.ENRIQUE GRACIOUS IN DEFEAT BUT WANTS IMPROVEMENTIt was the game we predicted, although perhaps I didn’t expect Atlético to play so deep. It wasn’t our best performance: we weren’t sharp enough and we struggled to create chances. We really wanted to go further in this competition and rise to the challenge [of defending the title] but we congratulate Atlético Madrid.The first half was quite quiet really. Thttp://admin.myjoyonline.com/articles/edit/5/4/514482hey played their way, waiting for us and trying to score [on the break]. It’s obvious we aren’t at our best at the moment, especially if you consider the level we have been playing at this season. But that’s football. We need to lift ourselves now.The players wanted to retain the trophy, the fans too, but today it was not to be. We are sad, of course. I expected Atlético to attack more. We weren’t under pressure; we had the ball and controlled the game. They wanted to take one of their few chances, and they took advantage of our mistake to go in front. Then they did what they do best – defend in their own half. They did that very well and delivered a complete performance.We lacked a bit of cleverness. We wanted a controlled game, not end-to-end stuff. It wasn’t a game for flicks and tricks. We didn’t create enough dangerous situations, as we knew a goal would be very important. We had control but without much of a threat. In the second half we put more people in front of the ball and created opportunities, yet we still found it difficult.I congratulate Atlético, they were better than us. Our objectives are always the highest. We are proud that Barcelona always aim to win everything. But we must accept this result and try to improve. We have two competitions left now, with a great chance to win them. They are two attractive goals to aim for. For any other coach in world, winning those two would be enough. But we must improve. GUARDIOLA PRAISES HIS SIDEI congratulate the club on reaching the semi-finals for the fifth season in a row. We are pleased. We played as well as we should do and as well as we wanted to, which meant we had many chances to score. I want to congratulate all the staff but especially the players. As people know, we’ve had some problems in defence recently, but we did it. We want to reach the final now.We had the game under control until their goal. Until then they had not created anything. At this level, strikers are all decent and they scored even without Jonas and [Kostas] Mitroglou. That proves that in the Champions League you need a big squad to compete. We responded well to the Raúl Jiménez goal. We were solid and Arturo Vidal’s goal calmed us.Recently there’s been a suggestion that if we don’t win the Champions League we have failed. I cannot do anything about that. We have won so many matches these past three seasons, expectations are high.Benfica are a super team. With Jonas, Mitrouglou and Nicolás Gaitán in their side they would be even stronger. That definitely helped us but we deserved to go through.It’s normal that Cristiano Ronaldo would have wanted to play Benfica as he is Portuguese. Manchester City are a possibility, so are Real and Atlético. We are happy to be here and will play anyone.VITORIA TAKES THE POSITIVE FROM DEFEAT We wanted to win. Although we didn’t, we have to take the positives from this tie. We played two great matches against one of the best teams in the world. We competed until the last minute, always believing in our football. I am sad we are out, but happy with what my players did against very strong opponents. The fans appreciated it too, as you could see from their reaction. Benfica showed the rest of Europe what we can do today. It was a joyful occasion. After 5,000 fans came to Munich, we had the stadium full again today and that gives us pride. The supporters understand that we are all together and they want to get behind us. They make a big difference.Of course we would have loved to continue in the competition. We performed well all the way through but we fell against one of the best sides in the world. Now, as usual, the next game is all that matters. If we keep working hard hopefully there will be more European campaigns like this in the future. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more