35/2A Alpita St, Kuraby. Picture: realestate.com.auBrisbane has three suburbs which have achieved the top best returns for investors – yes they are all unit markets, but no it’s not inner city.Looking to enter the investment market? Many investors start out with a unit and these are the top six Brisbane suburbs with the highest gross rental yield in the past 12 months.Units in Kuraby, Carseldine and Holland Park all returned an indicative gross rental yield of 6.5 per cent in the past 12 months according to figures from CoreLogic.Units in Coopers Plains had a return of 6.3 per cent, Robertson, 6.2 per cent and Wynnum West, 6.1 per cent.35/2A Alpita St, Kuraby. Picture: realestate.com.auKuraby had the most affordable median unit price of $295,000, Carseldine had $312,500 and Holland Park had the highest unit median at $345,000.At Kuraby, a three-bedroom unit at 35/2A Alpita St, is listed for offers of more than $310,000. The lowset townhouse can be rented for about $410 week.It has a combined lounge and dining area leading out to a courtyard which wraps around the property. Inside the floors are tiled throughout and there is carpet in the bedrooms.30/31 Matthew St, Carseldine. Picture: realestate.com.auMore from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoEach bedroom has ceiling fans and built-in wardrobes. It is part of a secure gated complex which has a swimming pool and barbecue area. It is listed through Peter Mitchell of Harcourts Nexus – Springwood.At Carseldine, a two-bedroom unit at 30/31 Matthew St, has been reduced to $335,000. The ground floor villa has been returning about $360 a week rent and is only three years old.The bedrooms, living area and kitchen are all on the ground floor as is a patio. It comes with a fully fenced exclusive use courtyard and has airconditioning and ceiling fans.It is listed through Mark Shorrock of Bluestone Property Management.At Holland Park, a two-bedroom unit at 4/31 Victor St, is listed for offers of more than $369,000. The top floor unit is in a boutique complex of six.Both bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. There is an open plan lounge and dining area and access to a front balcony through double sliding doors.4/31 Victor St, Holland Park. Picture: realestate.com.auIt comes with a single lockup garage which is the largest in the complex.It is listed through Brad Sissons and Maddison Hayward of Coronis Coorparoo.
There’s still no word on the cause of an early morning house fire yesterday which destroyed what is believed to have been a large two story home northwest of Fort St. John. However, Fort St. John Fire Chief Fred Burrows now says the damage is likely to run well in excess of a million dollars… It is believed the fire broke out about two o’clock and ironically it was first spotted and reported by Chief Burrows… [asset|aid=1093|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=403f7f06ca012bffe78d878857cb479e-Chief Burrows_1_Pub.mp3] It turns out it was the latter and, Chief Burrows says a total of four units from the Fort St. John and Charlie Lake fire departments responded and, were on the scene for about four hours. He also says there was nobody home at the time, there were no injuries and, the flames did not spread to any other structures.- Advertisement –
20 18. Bournemouth – predicted to finish with 36 points 20 20 19. Aston Villa – predicted to finish with 34 points 8. Southampton – predicted to finish with 54 points 20 20 12. Stoke City – predicted to finish with 46 points 20 20 20 15. Newcastle United – predicted to finish with 38 points (but ahead of Norwich) 20 9. Crystal Palace – predicted to finish with 53 points 20 11. Swansea City – predicted to finish with 47 points 3. Manchester United – predicted to finish with 75 points 4. Chelsea – predicted to finish with 72 points 20 14. West Bromwich Albion – predicted to finish with 40 points 20 1. Manchester City – predicted to finish with 80 points 20 7. Everton – predicted to finish with 57 points 20 As the Premier League pauses for the latest international break, fans are reflecting on their respective clubs’ start to the 2015/16 season.Already two managers have left their jobs, with Dick Advocaat and Brendan Rodgers departing Sunderland and Liverpool respectively.Reigning champions Chelsea are currently struggling in 16th place, with eight points from eight games, while Crystal Palace and Leicester City are riding high in fourth and fifth.Manchester City lead the way from Arsenal and Manchester United, with Newcastle, Sunderland and Aston Villa propping up the table.So, how will the Premier League pan out over the course of the season?No one knows for sure, but the team at Stats.com have had a go at predicting the final table.A leading sports technology and data company, Stats use a complex aglorithm to determine ‘expected points’.Where do you think your team will finish? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below. 2. Arsenal – predicted to finish with 78 points 5. Liverpool – predicted to finish with 65 points 20. Sunderland are forecast to have 32 points at the end of this season by the Super Computer, putting them bottom of the table in 20th place. To find out where your team is predicted to finish, click the arrow above! 6. Tottenham Hotspur – predicted to finish with 64 points 10. West Ham United – predicted to finish with 50 points 20 16. Norwich City – predicted to finish with 38 points 13. Leicester City – predicted to finish with 45 points 20 17. Watford – predicted to finish with 37 points 20 20 20 20