Real estate guru Andrew Winter focuses on building Gold Coast property portfolio

first_imgAndrew Winter has reshuffled his property investment portfolio in Queensland. Picture: Tim Hunter.REAL estate guru Andrew Winter has finalised the sale of his Ipswich investment property as he focuses on building his portfolio on the Gold Coast.The host of Selling Houses Australia and Love It Or List It Australia was planning to develop the vacant 1131 sqm site, but told The Courier-Mail he wanted to keep his property interests closer to home.GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HEREThis block of land at 12 Moffatt St, Ipswich, has sold. Picture: realestate.com.au.“I’m planning to do some other small scale personal developments closer to home on the Gold Coast … because it’s just impractical otherwise,” Mr Winter said.Mr Winter and his wife, Caroline, bought the block of land at 12 Moffatt St, Ipswich, in October 2016 for $285,000.SA HOTELIERS LIST LUXURY MANSIONMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours agoAn artist’s impression of the townhouse development the site was approved for.They have sold it for $350,000, which Mr Winter said was “a nice, little profit, thanks very much Ipswich and the southeast Queensland market”.The site has development approval for five, three-bedroom townhouses.CONTAINER HOME UNDER THE GAVELThe Sanctuary Cove home Andrew Winter lives in.Earlier this year, Mr Winter and his wife bought another investment property in Paradise Point for $485,000.“That’s another area that’s just gone from a sleepy, forgotten suburb to one with a buzzing cafe culture,” he said.He also recently completed a 12-month renovation of his family home in Sanctuary Cove, Hope Island.last_img read more

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Man Utd legend not expecting many starts from Ighalo

first_imgManchester United’s decision to snap up Odion Ighalo in January has been questioned by Paul Scholes, with the Red Devils legend not convinced that a prolific strike rate in China is “credible” enough to secure a regular starting spot at Old Trafford.Advertisement Ole Gunnar Solskjaer found himself in the market for more firepower throughout the winter transfer window and that search ended up going down to the wire, with a deal for Ighalo done on deadline day.The Nigeria international is a proven performer with prior Premier League experience from a spell at Watford, while also being a United fan, but Scholes is not convinced that the 30-year-old will be the answer to the Red Devils’ problems with Marcus Rashford ruled out through injury.He told Robbie Savage’s Premier League Breakfast on BBC Radio 5 Live: “I don’t think he’s a signing for the long term.“I think his scoring record in China is very good but is it that credible? I don’t know. Read Also: EPL: Man United fans demand Ighalo start against Chelsea“He is an out-and-out centre forward, I don’t think United have an out-and-out centre forward. He’ll play with his back to goal and he might bring players into play.“It’s good to have an extra body but when you’re United you want an extra body with quality and he’s got that to prove. He’ll bring something different. I don’t see him starting many games.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img Loading…last_img read more

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