Top investment return makes this top floor unit in Cairns a bargain

first_imgFor sale: 16/184 Mcleod Street, Cairns NorthThis is the time to jump in quick with two of the fully furnished units also having a large balcony and all units with access to a shared pool.Another great holiday apartment investment can be found at 19/259 Sheridan Street, Cairns North for $75,000 close to the CBD.There are plenty of bargain buys in the tropics, sometimes it just takes a little digging. 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 investor8 hours agoSold for $89,000 29/324 Sheridan Street, Cairns NorthWith a combined lounge/dining area, updated bathroom, plenty of natural light and breezes and shared pool, this could easily be an investment dream buy.The average two-bedroom apartment in Cairns North sells for $475,000 and is expected to rent for $375 per week.If owning a tropical investment sounds like the right plan for you then you’re not too late.There are three one-bedroom holiday apartments on the market for $85,000 each at 6/184 Mcleod Street in Cairns North with a southern investor liquidating their city units. Bargain buy of the week goes tropical.TROPICAL heat and a sizzling gross return on investment of around nine per cent make this apartment our Bargain of the Week.Sold for $89,000 on Wednesday, this top floor one-bedroom apartment at 29/324 Sheridan Street, Cairns North provides value for money, close to the city centre and currently tenanted for $170 per week.last_img read more

Football News Intercontinental Cup Final, India vs Kenya: Sunil Chettri brace helps India to win 2-0

first_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Indian football team skipper Sunil Chettri continued his great form that led India thrash Kenya to clinch the Intercontinental at the Mumbai Football Arena.He scored goals in the eighth and 29th minutes after which he also levelled Argentina’s Lionel Messi international goals of 64.Team Kenya was more or less dominating in the second half of the match but could not convert it into a win as team India was in relax mode with already two goals scored in the first half.Chhetri was seen livid as India lost momentum in the second half. However, the defenders somehow managed to hold on to their lead. The visitors got nine corners in the match but failed to take advantage at all and in the end get on the score sheet.Indian defenders Sandesh Jhingan, Pritam Kotal and Anas Edathodika stood out for the hosts while Holicharan Narzary also did his bit to come in and protect the lead. But, one man, who was brilliant at the back was goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu.The Bengaluru FC goalie wasn’t called upon much but whenever he was, he showed why he is the best in the squad. From his safe handling to pin-point distribution, everything was a huge positive for the Men in Blue.The best part of the match was the crowd support for the Indian football team. Their presence and cheers throughout the 90 minutes was an added bonus even the players couldn’t stop appreciating.The 33-year-old Chhetri, who was playing in his 102nd international match, and Messi are behind leader and Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo who has 81 goals from 150 matches. last_img read more