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September 4, 2019

South East Queensland Well Positioned For Olympics 2032 Bid

There is a case being made by the South East Queensland Council of Mayors to seriously consider preparing a regional bid to host the 2032…
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August 2, 2019

Iconic Landmarks In Brisbane

Over the last 10 years, Brisbane’s inner city has come of age with the development of large-scale infrastructure projects and new precincts in areas like…
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July 25, 2019

Vision Of Brisbane In 2025 Comes To Life

As part of my initiative for providing Brisbane with informed updates on infrastructure developments, I’m thrilled to present this captivating video sourced from the Queensland…

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Historic Howard Smith Wharves Breathes New Life Into Brisbane

The historic Howard Smith Wharf, located beneath Brisbane’s Story Bridge, is being developed at an approximate cost of $200 million. It is part of an…
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World Class Entertainment Precinct Queens Wharf Brisbane

By 2022, Brisbane will be known as a world class tourism, leisure and entertainment destination with the completion of the $3.6 Billion Queens Wharf development.…
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Roma St Transit Makes Way For $5.4 Billion Cross River Rail

The Queensland Government has announced that the Brisbane Transit Centre, frequently cited as one of Brisbane's ugliest building clusters, will be demolished to make way…
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Cross River Rail Connecting Brisbane’s Transport Network
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Brisbane Quarter Takes Shape
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Queensland’s $46 Billion Infrastructure Investment

About Colin Walsh

Colin Walsh is widely regarded as one of the most experienced and knowledgeable real estate specialists in central Brisbane. Colin’s open and engaging manner, keen eye for investment opportunity and commitment to hard work have seen him establish an enviable reputation for success. Considered by many as the best real estate agent in Brisbane, Colin works tirelessly to achieve exceptional results for his clients.

Before entering the real estate industry as an agent in 2007, Colin honed his finance and negotiation skills in the world of investment banking. Here, he gained a valuable insight into the opportunities for both owners and buyers to realise their financial ambitions. This background, together with his own experience in property investment, allowed Colin to experience, first hand, the value of real estate as a solid investment vehicle, and afforded him a genuine appreciation for clear, precise communication and targeted marketing strategy.

In the years since he began as a real estate agent in Brisbane, Colin has negotiated the sale of over $300 million-worth of inner city listings, with few who can match his knowledge of the Brisbane CBD property market. His portfolio of sales spans the full spectrum of real estate, from established family homes and grand residences to inner-city apartments and development site block. But far from being a generalist, Colin’s skill stems from an ability to specifically tailor marketing campaigns to the unique aspects of each property and the particular factors that attract and motivate each type of purchaser – whether they’re an investor, owner-occupier, new entrant or seasoned home-buyer.

His commitment to hard work, regular contact with clients, pro-active pursuit of leads, and ability to guide parties seamlessly through the sales process, not only translates into frequent repeat business and referrals but, more importantly, exceptional results for vendors.

If you are looking for a real estate agent in Brisbane, then look no further. Give Colin Walsh, Brisbane’s premier real estate agent a call or send an email.