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Private Space For Rent Listings – Completey Free

March 10th, 2014 Comments off

You have always been able to register your “Space Wanted Listings on SpaceOut for Free, but for the last couple of years we have been charging a small monthly fee for Private Space for rent listings (and slightly more for Commercial Space for rent Listings). Over the last few months or so, we have noticed […]

7 questions to ask before renting a storage space

June 21st, 2013 Comments off

Gone are the days when everything you didn’t need at the time, could just be thrown on the pile in the shed and be done with it. Sheds and similar buildings have, for most people, become a thing of the past, since urban life simply doesn’t allow such spatial luxuries. On the other hand, storing […]

Brisbane Parking – Most Expensive In Australia (Again)

July 2nd, 2012 Comments off

Once again, Brisbane has won the dubious distinction of Australia’s Most Expensive Parking Rates. The RACQ’s annual audit of capital city off-street parking costs examined the parking rates of all Australian CBDs, and has determined that at an average cost of a whopping $27.94 per hour, Brisbane is Australia’s most expensive CBD for one-hour parking. […]

Sharing and Caring – SpaceOut & Collaborative Consumption

May 20th, 2012 Comments off

SpaceOut was included in an excellent feature story by feature writer Mike Bruce,  in the “U On Sunday ” Magazine lift out from today’s  Sunday Mail Newspaper (Qld).  The article  “Sharing and Caring” was focused on one of the latest consumer trends sweeping the world – Collaborative Consumption. The theory of Collaborative Consumption suggests we […]

Brisbane Carparks become Prime Rental Space

September 15th, 2011 Comments off

An article in Brisbane’s biggest newspaper, the Courier Mail has highlighted what SpaceOut members have known for some time – that renting out a parking space can be a great little money earner.  The story – Demand for inner-city carparks creates property boom as unused bays become prime rentals, by Robyn Ironside states : Students and […]

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Sydney parking fines cheaper than parking fees

May 23rd, 2011 Comments off

A NSW Government parking tax is being blamed for making city parking prices soar.  Parking fees have increased to such an extent that motorists are finding it cheaper to pay a parking fine than to pay the standard parking station fees. After London, Oslo and Tokyo, Sydney was already the world’s fourth dearest city to […]

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Online App to offer peer to peer shared parking

March 10th, 2011 Comments off

A new online service is currently being developed to help create public parking spaces from otherwise “off-limits” private driveways. Park Circa coordinates a community of members who are either looking for a parking space or have parking facilities available. Members are able to list their driveway parking space as available when it’s not in use […]

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Home and Business repossessions hit an all time high

November 5th, 2010 Comments off

The number of Queensland homes and businesses repossessed by banks has reached record levels. Qld Justice Department figures for August indicate that lenders lodged nearly 200 claims to repossess  homes & businesses as record numbers of owners default on mortgage payments.  The figure of 193 repossession claims, is the highest monthly total since the early […]

City drive-in robbery – Brisbane carpark costs soar

October 3rd, 2010 Comments off

In an article in The Sunday Mail (Brisbane, 3rd October 2010), Amy McCosker and Anthony Templeton highlighted that: “Parking in Brisbane has become more than a headache, with some motorists slugged over $20 an hour for parking in the city” As part of a nationwide investigation it has become clear that Brisbane parking rates are […]

Office Space Rental Costs set to Soar

January 25th, 2010 Comments off

Business Tenants in Australia are expecting a massive increase in the cost of renting their office space as shortages of quality office space (particularly in CBDs) shifts the pricing “power” back in favour of landlords. In Sydney, the asking price for prestigious office space that is currently under construction is rumoured to be up to […]

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