March Quarter Off The Plan Sales Results

March Quarter Off The Plan Sales Results

As expected, the March 2016 quarter has seen less activity when compared to the previous three month period ending December 2015, which topped off a historical year for the Inner Brisbane off the plan apartment market.

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