Blake Wallis - Tamborine Mountain Real Estate Agent

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Since starting my career in 2004, My aim to offer clients an up to date and modern approach to real estate and my dedication to providing the best possible service based on absolute honesty has remained my strongest commitment.  

Being the youngest agent on Tamborine Mountain, doesn't limit my ability.  I have spent the past 10 years working in the Tamborine Mountain area and offer guidance backed by experience and market knowledge to assist  when buying or selling.

With the vast range of property types Tamborine Mountain has to offer, my experience marketing properties from small vacant blocks of land, quaint mountain cottages, through to prestige acreage properties allows me to guide you through your next purchase or sale with little fuss.   

Some of my accolades include:

2007 First National Real Estate Sales Rookie of the Year.
2009 First National Platinum Award Achiever. 
2010 Gold Award, Highest Number Of Residential Listings. 
2010 Silver Award, Gross Office Commission. 
2012 Gold Award Achiever First National Real Estate Queensland
2014 Silver Award Achiever First National Real Estate Queensland
2015 Silver Award Achiever First National Real Estate Queensland

Areas of service include Eagle Heights, North Tamborine, Mount Tamborine and Tamborine.
Experienced in:   Vacant Land Sales, Residential Home Sales, Prestige Property Sales, Acreage Property Sales



Local community fears of an Australian housing bubble are the result of media speculation, based on overseas analysis, that fails to account for Australia’s unique market circumstances.

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation & Development’s recent claim that Australian house prices may represent a threat to the economy is similar to much of the foreign commentary we’ve heard before; it fails to fully appreciate the nature of our economy, how Australians invest, and where they want to live.

Australia is the only country in the world where nearly 40 per cent of its population wants to live in two capital cities that together comprise less than 0.3 per cent of the country’s landmass. Historic low interest rates have combined with overall positive economic conditions, and a national preference for housing investment over shares, to drive up house prices in Sydney and Melbourne. However, this is not the case across regional Australia and in Perth where house prices are still falling.’

First National Real Estate is of the view that unless there is a sharp increase in interest rates or a sudden rise in unemployment, there is limited potential for a housing prices crash.

Both scenarios are unlikely’.

The Reserve Bank of Australia’s (RBA) preference would in fact be for further cuts to official interest rates if that didn’t increase the risk of further inflating house prices. While rates will eventually have to rise, that’s clearly not the RBA’s choice while inflation remains below target and the country is not at full employment. And, with 1.1 per cent economic growth announced last week, a significant increase in unemployment is also unlikely.

In reality, Australia has no oversupply of property, data shows new construction approvals are trending downwards, and the country’s lending standards continue to be strong, which contrasts sharply with the conditions that led to housing bubbles bursting in many countries following the Global Financial Crisis.’

Issued by: First National Real Estate

For further information contact:

Blake Wallis First National Real Estate Tamborine Mountain on 07 5545 1500




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