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first_img MORE NEWS: Beachfront house fetches almost $500,000 more than expected Julie Love with granddaughter, Billie, is a ‘rightsizer’. Pic supplied.She said the location and low-maintenance lifestyle were major considerations when she decided to relocate from Ballina to be closer to family.“I’m looking forward to seeing the Robina City Parklands start to take shape,” she said.“Now I am retired, I will be able to walk there from home and enjoy it every day.“When the parklands open around mid-next year, I’m looking forward to spending lots of quality time there with my daughter and her family – I’m sure my little granddaughter, Billie, will just love it there.“We will no doubt spend all our spare time having picnics together, taking walks, riding bikes and maybe even doing some kayaking in the waterways.” “They also value walkability and maintenance-free open space, such as parkland or thebeach. “Developers recognise this and are seeking sites in these types of locations.’’Although the Gold Coast apartment market offered the best value in the country, he could not guarantee it would remain that way.“While affordable, developers will deliver three-bedroom product but once the affordability equation tilts the other way, we expect to see more two-bedroom product being built again.”More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa8 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag1 day agoMarketing Projects South East Queensland managing director Kyia Anderson said more buyers were considering apartment living on the Gold Coast.“People who want a three-bedroom apartment are generally people who come from a house and still want to live in a large space but they want the convenience of apartment living as well as all the nearby amenities and infrastructure,” she said.“We’re still getting lots of corporate professionals who are time poor and don’t want to have the extra maintenance, as well as young families.“Then there is the wave of downsizers who want the high-end beachfront buildings.”Julie Love recently made the move to a new three-bedroom terrace home at Vue in Robina. Gold Coast, at 26 per cent, had the highest portion of apartment sales between $3 million and $5 million across Australia’s largest citiesChris Litfin, Knight Frank business development manager of residential project marketing, said the rise of new three-bedroom apartments across the Glitter Strip was in reaction to heightened buyer demand.“Developers are getting clever and delivering group title rightsize product that works fora wide range of groups,” he said.“Previously product was built suited just to retirees but we now see organic demand from busy families and younger buyers.”He said rightsizing was about buyers getting more bang for their buck.“Often those rightsizing purchase three bedrooms even though they only need two bedrooms,” he said.“Being close to transport, lifestyle infrastructure and health services are important requirements for all rightsizers, including active retirees, families and younger buyers.center_img Young families and entrepreneurs are joining retirees in the search for prestige apartments on the Coast.MEGA-apartments as big as houses are hot property across the Gold Coast, with a new group of buyers known as rightsizers jumping on board the trend.While demand for rightsizing – the downsizing trend towards luxury apartment living – is strong across the country, it is exploding on the Coast according to new research from Knight Frank.Its Rightsizing – Australian Prime Residential Insight 2020 report found the Gold Coast, at 26 per cent, had the highest portion of apartment sales between $3 million and $5 million across Australia’s largest cities over the past three years to September 2019.Brisbane followed with 22 per cent then Sydney with 21 per cent.It said the city also recorded the highest portion of three-bedroom apartments built across the country. 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first_imgAston Villa have offered a new contract to defender Ron Vlaar but released striker Darren Bent, the club have announced. “Darren Bent is a proven goalscorer and that was something he proved during his loan spell with the club last season,” Clement told the club’s official website, www.dcfc.co.uk. “He is going to be key in our plans to move forward.” Enda Stevens will also leave Villa having made nine appearances after joining from Shamrock Rovers in January 2012. The Holland international had previously been expected to leave the club he joined from Feyenoord in 2012. Sherwood had shelved any contract talks with Vlaar until Villa had secured their Barclays Premier League future, with the club eventually finishing 17th. Vlaar, 30, has made 88 appearances for Villa and captained the side before being replaced as skipper by Fabian Delph this season. Southampton were interested in Vlaar last year after he excelled in Holland’s run to the World Cup semi-final, where they lost to Argentina in a penalty shoot-out with Vlaar missing from the spot. Villa also confirmed the exit of £24million record signing Bent, who has joined Derby on a two-year deal. Bent was released after scoring 25 goals in 72 appearances following a club record transfer from Sunderland in 2011. He fell out of favour with former manager Paul Lambert and spent time on loan at Brighton and Derby last season, sc oring 12 goals in 13 starts for the Rams as they missed out on the Sky Bet Championship play-offs. New Derby head coach Paul Clement shared the club’s interest in bringing Bent back to the iPro Stadium as he looks to win promotion at the first time of asking in his first managerial role. Vlaar’s current deal expires at the end of the month and boss Tim Sherwood has previously underlined his desire to keep him at Villa Park. Vlaar admitted after Villa’s FA Cup semi-final win over Liverpool in April that Sherwood’s appointment as manager had changed things for him at the club and he was considering staying. Press Associationlast_img read more

first_img Codere secures €250m credit lifeline on aggressive interest rates  July 14, 2020 Related Articles Share Codere merges Italian fruit machine units forming CODWIN July 3, 2020 Submit StumbleUpon Share Mozzartbet sets sail in South America taking over Meridianbet Colombia July 22, 2020 A Mexican federal court has denied Grupo Codere the right to open a further 45 casino/betting establishments, hindering the Bolsa Madrid gambling group’s LATAM expansion plans.Last week, Mexican news sources revealed that on 15 April a Mexican Tribunal on administrative matters had revoked ‘Recreativos Codere’ its previous exemption from Ministry of Interior rules on licensing gambling properties.The tribunal’s ruling dates back to 2007, when Codere was granted its first concessions to expand in Mexico. Nevertheless, in 2012 federal changes to Mexican gambling laws would institute that permits could only be granted to ‘single gambling establishments’, which under no circumstances can operate multiple gambling premises ‘under one authorization’.Codere governance appealed the gambling reforms, arguing that Mexican authorities should simply grant Codere permits as requested.In its judgement, the tribunal underlined that Codere had been granted a number of favourable rulings during an 11-year period, helping the operator expand its Mexican presence.At present, Codere operates 95 gambling/betting properties across Mexico, with the gambling group recently renewing its racing concession with the Hipódromo de las Américas for a further 15-years.The Spanish gambling group has operated in the Mexican market since 2004, and services a full inventory of products, including bingo, gaming halls, casino and sportsbook properties.Entering 2019, Codere governance would underline growth in the Mexican gambling market as a key corporate directive in the firms ‘2021 transformation programme’– with the company actively seeking new Mexican licenses.last_img read more

first_imgThe Uganda Cranes team that started yesterday against Burundi. Courtesy photo.FOOTBALL–After the Uganda Cranes were left frustrated by Burundi in their opening game at the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup as the two countries played out the second goaless draw of the 2017 tournament, head coach Moses Basena has come out and said he is not worried about the luck of goals by his side.“We can not go back and mourn a the goaless draw. It was clear we dominated from the start to finish but we need to work on our finishing in the next games.They (Burundi) defended resiliantly and we failed to penetrate them on many occasions,”  Moses Basena said after the game.“I am not going to blame my players because their input was ok but like i said, we only need to work on our finishing,” he added.The Uganda Cranes yesterday created limited chances and were left to take speculative efforts which did not help their cause.Dispute starting with several offensive minded players, the cranes almost created nothing from open play in the first half.It was untill the final quater I the game when they started looking like they could score but it was alittle to late as the goal eluded them untill the final whistle.The Cranes started with KCCA FC forward Derrick Nsibambi upfront with Milton Karisa, Muzamir Mutyaba, Allan Katerega and Allan Kyambadde all in support of the KCCA forward.With league top scorers Hood Kawesa and Nelson Ssenkatuka coming on in the second half coupled by Uganda’s recent struggles infront of goal evident in the fact that the Cranes scored only two goals in the world cup qualification campaign, something needs to be sorted out as soon as possible for the goals to start flying in.Uganda is currently second in group B and play their next game tomorrow.Team that started against Burundi.1. Benjamin Ochan 2. Nicholas Wadada3. Isaac Muleme4. Timothy Awanyi5. Bernard Muwanga(c)6. Tadeo Lwanga7. Allan Kyambadde8. Muzamir Mutyaba9. Derrick Nsibambi10. Milton Marisa11. Allan KatereggaCommentslast_img read more