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first_img16 San Simeon Drive, Clear Island Waters.“I negotiated it for five hours,” Mrs Wise said.“We negotiated on a price but then (the buyer) wanted everything, including all the furniture.“I now have a very happy buyer and very happy seller.”More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa16 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoShe said the five-bedroom double-storey home on San Simeon Drive attracted a lot of interest from house hunters prior to its sale, particularly among owner-occupiers.“It went under contract within two weeks,” Mrs Wise said.“I had 25 people through the property. The property at 16 San Simeon Drive, Clear Island Waters sold for almost $2 million.A MARATHON negotiation session has fetched a Gold Coast family almost $2 million on the sale of their waterfront home.A Chinese buyer snapped up the Clear Island Waters property for $1.93 million following hours of negotiating.Wise and Wise Realty principal Carly Wise went back and fourth between the buyer and seller multiple times before a decision was made. 16 San Simeon Drive, Clear Island Waters.“I’d say 90 per cent were (looking) to live in and 10 per cent were investment.”She said the buyer, who owned multiple properties on the Coast, planned to live in the house.The sale is due to settle at the end of the month.According to latest CoreLogic data, the median sale price for a house in Clear Island Waters is $1.05 million — a 13 per cent drop from the previous year.Mrs Wise said supply and demand for properties in the suburb was relatively balanced but buyers particular about what they wanted meant some sold quickly while others remained on the market much longer.“There are properties available there but there are a lot of buyers looking for particular things,” she said.center_img 16 San Simeon Drive, Clear Island Waters.last_img read more

first_imgAs the FCC closes its comment period on Internet speeds, many websites, including this one from Vimeo, have used a symbolic slowdown to downloads to push for continuing a free and open Internet. (Image: Greg Stotelmyer)INDIANAPOLIS – This is the last day the Federal Communication Commission is taking public comments on a controversial plan that could change how the Internet works. The idea of letting some deep-pocketed broadband providers divide bandwidth into “fast lanes” and “slow lanes” and charge more for the faster speeds has faced a public backlash. Timothy Karr is senior director with the group Free Press.“An organization called the Sunlight Foundation looked at public comments to the FCC and there have been more than a million already,” Karr says. “They found 99 percent of those comments were in support of net neutrality, so this is an issue where the public is strongly unified.”Two years ago, in opposition to legislation involving copyrights, many websites took part in a partial blackout of the Internet, with some, like Wikipedia, shutting down completely for a day. Last Wednesday there was a symbolic slowdown in protest of the threat to a free and open Internet.A national coalition of rural broadband advocates, the Rural Broadband Policy Group, wants the FCC to treat Internet access like phone service as a common carrier, what’s known as a Title II service, says Whitney Kimball Coe coordinator, National Rural Assembly, Center for Rural Strategies.“It would uphold net neutrality and secondly, it would close the ‘digital divide,’” Coe says.By “digital divide,” she explains, the FCC currently considers Internet access a Title I service which means there are fewer regulations for Internet providers. Coe says that means providers don’t have to “build out in rural places,” leaving some people with bad service or no service.Coe says of the 19-million Americans who don’t have Internet access, more than 14-million are rural Americans.“Rural America already feels like it’s out of sync with that sort of American idea of equal opportunity,” says Coe. “In the political sector, rural America feels like it’s not being heard.”Coe says that leaves a simple message to the FCC from rural broadband advocates, “Don’t break the Internet before rural America gets it.”Mary Kuhlmanlast_img read more

first_imgTipperary have beaten Galway by four points in Round 2 of the National hurling League at Semple Stadium this afternoon. Eamon O’Shea’s team led by 14 points to 11 at the break and second half goals from Seamus Callanan and John O’Dwyer put the Premier County on the front foot. Tipp held a ten point lead in the 45th minute of the second half and despite a spirited Galway comeback, late points by captain Brendan Maher and substitute Conor Kenny made sure of the victory for Eamon O’Shea’s side.  Oisin Langan and Ken Hogan were in Semple Stadium for Tipp FM Sport. The full time score was Tipperary 2-18 Galway 0-20. O’Shea’s side now has an important two points on the board heading into a two week break before they must travel to Cusack Park to take on Clare. The Tipp manager was pleased with his side’s showing.  In the day’s other Division 1A clash Dublin have made it two wins from two after Ger Cunningham’s team comfortably beat Brian Cody’s 13 man Kilkenny. It finished at Nowlan Park Dublin 0-25 Kilkenny 3-11.last_img read more