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What's Happening In New Farm: May 2019

April 29, 2019

Brisbane Inner North Feature Article Local News New Farm

KEY EVENTS  Let’s Eat Together: May 3, May 10, May 17, May 24, May 31 Every Friday the New Farm Neighbourhood Centre hosts breakfast from 9 am. A gold coin donation will see you tucking into a good, healthy breakfast surrounded by friendly community members. Steve Hughes – Are You Serious?: 4 May Veteran comedian […]

Easter 2019: Your Long Weekend Sorted

April 15, 2019

Brisbane Inner North Feature Article Inner East Brisbane Local News

If you’ve got young kids or grandkids this weekend and are struggling to think of things to do with them, struggle no more. Hutton & Hutton have done the research for you and found some egg-cellent Brisbane-based activities for the whole family. We’d better hop to it then! April 19 (Good Friday) VIRTUAL REALITY BUNNY […]

Why Brisbane is the New Melbourne

April 8, 2019

Brisbane Inner North Inner East Brisbane Local News

It’s no secret; Brisbane is the best city in Australia. Well, in our humble opinion it is. Sure, it doesn’t have the iconic Sydney Harbour or the renowned cultural scene of Melbourne, but Brisbane is unique and special in its own right. By the end of this article, you’ll have no doubts that Brisbane will […]

What's Happening in New Farm: April 2019

March 25, 2019

Brisbane Inner North Feature Article Local News New Farm

KEY EVENTS Introductory Art Lessons: April 4, April 11, April 18 Do you have a creative streak you’re dying to explore? Every Thursday at 9.30am the New Farm Community Centre hosts free art lessons. They supply everything you’ll need, so just bring your creativity! Community Litter Clean-Up: April 5 The New Farm Neighbourhood Centre is […]

Hutton & Hutton New Farm Opening Night

March 5, 2019

Brisbane Inner North Company News Local News New Farm

Hutton & Hutton were thrilled to host the opening of the New Farm office last Thursday the 28th of February. It was an amazing night and we had a blast celebrating with so many people. Thanks to everyone who came to party with us! Enjoy some photos of the night below, courtesy of Mr Hummzza […]

What's Happening In New Farm: March 2019

February 19, 2019

Local News New Farm

EVENTS: KEY DATES Brisbane Comedy Festival: February 22 – March 24 Head on down to the Brisbane Powerhouse for hours of hilarious entertainment. Featuring the likes of Mark Lombard, Danny Bhoy, Ronny Chieng, Dave Hughes, Felicity Ward, and many more. Monthly Screening of ‘The Room’: March 1 Every month the New Farm Cinema shows a […]

Best Cafes New Farm (in our humble opinion)

November 2, 2018

Feature Article Local News Suburb Profiles

Not long until we move into our old stomping ground and new office! And since we at H & H count ourselves as coffee connoisseurs, we thought we’d put together a list of our favourite coffee spots on the peninsula. 1. Dicki’s: we love the Bear Bones blend that’s been specially created for Dicki’s, oh, […]


September 18, 2018

Feature Article Local News Market News Property News

Pete started auctioneering in his early twenties as a commodity trader. When we were gathering thoughts about this article he mentioned that many agents think only some properties lend themselves to the auction method of sale. Pete said it’s a myth that only some properties are suited to auction. Every property we’ve taken to auction […]

Supply and Demand in Tenants’ Favour: Counteracting the Trend

August 7, 2018

Local News Property Management Property News

A quick glance on RP Data shows many Brisbane rental properties dropping by an average of $50pw over the last year. Is it a simple case of supply outreaching demand? With an average weekly rent that’s 10%+ above the Brisbane average (for a 2 bed apartment), you might wonder how we’ve counteracted the trend. It’s […]

The H & H Story

July 25, 2018

Local News Property News Uncategorized

The H & H Story It was 2009. We’d made the decision to sell the business and take a break from real estate. Carried the last boxes of bits and pieces to the car. We’d created a great business there, lots of wonderful memories. Like the time Pete sold 42 Villiers St – the vendors […]


July 16, 2018

Apartment Love Downsizing Tips Feature Article Local News

Many of our clients don’t even wait for the kids to fly the coup before they downsize. Life’s so busy, they just want the convenience of living in an apartment where everything’s taken care of. And what are the suburbs they’re flocking to? Well, we thought we’d make a list for you to peruse while […]

36 Hours in Byron Bay (Winter)

June 21, 2018

Apartment Love Feature Article Local News

Pack your overnight bag, lock and leave your Zahra apartment, jump in the car and you’re off . . . it’s a cruisy one-and-three-quarter hour drive. Take a left off the M1 at the Byron Bay turnoff and prepare to relax! First stop – The Farm. It’s become a haven for locals and tourists alike, […]

Gallery Event: TW Fine Art’s Kimberley Rowe Exhibition

June 19, 2018

Apartment Love Feature Article Home Presentation Tips Local News Suburb Profiles

There was a strong turnout to welcome LA artist Kimberley Rowe to Brisbane last week at the TW Fine Art Gallery just across the road from our office in the James St Precinct. Kimberley’s cutting-edge use of mark-making, colour and materials makes her a great fit for Tove Langridge’s gallery whose clientele hails from all […]



June 14, 2018

Feature Article Local News Market News Property News

After 70+ buyers coming through the open homes, many second inspections and even some third inspections, a crowd of 150 attended the auction of 22 Abbott St, New Farm last Saturday. Bidding was stopped several times as Peter conferred with the 7 registered bidders and the vendors, and when the home was put on the […]


June 14, 2018

Feature Article Local News Market News

Despite being on Endone for an issue with a back tooth, what a night! Starting with the duck spring roll which was melt-in-your-mouth perfection, the next course was the 5 spice pumpkin san choy bau in raddicio – yum!! Pete gobbled that one down in no time flat. The Asian greens mushroom broth was next, […]

What's New In The James Street Precinct

February 24, 2017

Library Local News

Pete and I went to the new Marcus Boelen exhibition at TW Fine Art last night. Oh and so if you’re not sure where that is, it’s off James Street, at 181 Robertson St, Fortitude Valley. In love with his work. Highly recommend you take a look if you have a chance. One of our […]

Queensland Property Market Monitor - June Qtr 2016

September 22, 2016

Library Local News Property News

QUEENSLAND PROPERTY MARKET PERFORMS WELL Affordability, sustainable growth, and favourable lifestyle factors, were three key factors driving southern state residential investors to the Queensland property market in the June quarter, according to data released in the REIQ June Queensland Property Market Monitor. Parts of the market have become an irresistible lure for first-home buyers and the […]

Five Reasons Sydneysiders are Buying Big in Brisbane

December 22, 2015

Buying Tips Library Local News

“Anywhere in Queensland will do well but I’d be hard pushed to find anywhere better to invest than the south east of Queensland in the next 3-5 years for capital growth. Inner Brisbane will always do well, close to the waterways or close to the CBD,” John McGrath (source: news.com.au) Thank you John McGrath for […]

Living It Up: In Toowong

September 25, 2015

Library Local News Suburb Profiles

Luxury buyers are looking for the next hotspot, and Toowong, with its own village including a lively street atmosphere as well as a high-end indoor shopping mall fits the bill. Bolt into the CBD (4km to Queens Plaza), bask in the lively atmosphere and foodie paradise of the weekly West End Markets with a quick […]

Buying Off The Plan: What $1,600,000 Gets You in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne

July 15, 2015

Feature Article Library Local News Market News Property News

We thought it would be interesting to see the comparisons between similar priced, off-the-plan apartments in the inner-city eastern seaboard capitals. Note the size variation particularly in the Sydney apartment. Also these apartments all have limited views. SYDNEY ADDRESS: 1 Lacey St, Surry Hills WHAT: An off the plan warehouse contemporary with 2 bed, 2 bath, […]