6 Idris Court, Calamvale.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor2 hours agoThe property is on a 1412sq m subdividable allotment (subject to council approval).Mr Zhang said the buyer would create two new lots.“It’s really hard to find this sort of block,” he said. Check out the inside of 6 Idris Court, Calamvale.Mr Zhang would not disclose the sale price however said it was a million-dollar sale.“More and more houses in Calamvale are selling for over a million dollars. This suburb was once affordable but is becoming more expensive,” he said.“High prices push people out of the area with these sorts of sales.”The auction of the property was scheduled for Saturday. Follow Reshni Ratnam via Twitter 6 Idris Court, Calamvale.A 14-bedder in one of Brisbane’s up and coming million-dollar suburbs has been snapped up by an Asian developer prior to auction. FREE: Get the latest real estate news direct to your inbox here The mansion at 6 Idris Court, Calamvale.The property at 6 Idris Court, Calamvale went under contract last night, after being on the market for a month.Yong Real Estate – Sunnybank Hills selling agent Tom Zhang said the local developer was looking to redevelop the land, split the block and give the original home a facelift. The spacious lounge area at 6 Idris Court, Calamvale. The kitchen area at 6 Idris Court, Calamvale.
NewsRegional China pledges US$1 billion loan to Caribbean by: – September 15, 2011 Tweet Sharing is caring! Share China’s Vice Premier Wang Qishan. Photo credit: time.comNASSAU, Bahamas — Two days after signing a technical assistance agreement with the government of The Bahamas, which pledged support of up to $5 million, China’s Vice Premier Wang Qishan announced that China will provide US$1 billion of preferential loans to Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries.Speaking at the Third China-Caribbean Economic and Trade Cooperation Forum in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, Wang also revealed that China will provide $1 million to the Caribbean Development Fund (CDF), as well as provide training opportunities to no fewer than 2,500 Caribbean trainees and an opportunity for 30 Caribbean professionals to earn master’s degrees in China.He also said China will help construct an early warning tsunami and earthquake system for the region and provide disaster training.This recent pledge by the Chinese government is the second such billion-dollar loan facility for the Caribbean in recent times.By Chester RobardsGuardian Staff Reporter Share Share 11 Views no discussions