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1/83 Anzac Road, Carina Heights.Mr Egan said the buyers were an older couple looking to downsize. The sellers were a young family with growing kids needing more space.He said the 200sq m open-plan townhouse was close to major shopping centres and transport corridors – major drawcards for buyers. 1/83 Anzac Road, Carina Heights.A three-bedroom townhouse in Carina Heights has sold for $615,000.The property, which was sold to empty nesters by a growing family looking to upsize, was on the market for about two weeks before being sold by negotiation.The sale at 1/83 Anzac Rd came after two previous offers on the property were unsuccessful.Trevor Egan, of Ray White – East Brisbane, said there were 45 groups of potential buyers who inspected the property.“It was a really quick turnaround,” he said. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020“That $600,000 to $800,000 price point is proving popular.” The kitchen area at 1/83 Anzac Road, Carina Heights.Mr Egan said that overall, the region was experiencing an increase in listings and willing buyers, with the spring selling season in full swing.“We are now seeing an increase in listings and will have another townhouse for sale soon,” he said.
In an interview with CNN, CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield said that coronavirus could be around for the entire duration of 2020 as the CDC prepares for the possibility of a widespread infection.In China thousands have been infected, and hundreds have died.As of right now, there has only been 15 confirmed cases in the United States. Eight in California; two in Illinois; and one in Arizona, Washington, Massachusetts, Wisconsin and Texas.Redfield says that there is a possibility of it becoming a “community virus,” aggressively monitoring those with suspected and confirmed cases buys the CDC time while they figure out what to do.Health officials still do not know how coronavirus is spread, and there is no cure.
Former Super Eagles forward, Odion Ighalo, is ‘edging closer to an extended stay at Manchester United’ after it was revealed the Chinese Super League’s foreign players are set to be banned from returning until October.Ighalo moved to Old Trafford on a short-term loan deal from Shanghai Shenhua back in January, but despite impressing in his spell in England his future is currently unclear amid the coronavirus pandemic.The striker’s loan deal is set to expire this Sunday, leaving him in limbo between England and China, but his agent has now revealed that an extension is close to being agreed.“On the one hand, the Super Eagle (Nigerian) feels very good in Manchester with which it is very close to a salary agreement,” Ighalo’s agent, Ladi Salami, told FootMercato. Odion Ighalo “Negotiations with the Chinese are ongoing and are going well. On the other hand, in view of the latest regulations in force in the Far East, it is almost impossible to offer such amounts.”The news of Ighalo’s potential extension to his time at Manchester United comes amid reports in China that foreign players may not be able to return to the country until October – despite the new season being set to start next month.Up to a third of the Chinese Super League’s players are currently outside of China and face being refused entry until much later in the year, according to Sike football reporter Miao Yuan.Ighalo is among a huge group of players and managers that fall into that category, including Dalian Yifang manager Rafa Benitez.The ex-Newcastle boss, and two of his new signings Marcus Danielson and Sam Larsson, have been waiting for news in Hong Kong on when they will be allowed back into mainland China amid the pandemic.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram