Top sales result
Beach and creekside Frankston home draws top result despite falling auction clearance rate more...
Beach and creekside home draws top resultclose
A BEACHSIDE home with century-old origins has fetched a street price record in an exclusive Frankston pocket despite a lacklustre auction. The 11 Palm Court property in the Long Island precinct is one of the area’s original homes dating to 1910-1915 and has new owners who paid $1.4 million. The updated three-bedroom home with beach and creek views had a price guide of $1.33-$1.45 million ahead of its November 3 auction.
Carrum Downs megablock smashes record
A Carrum Downs megablock spanning 5.1ha has just hit a $13 million payday and smashed the suburb record more...
Buyers drawn to medical related assets
Foreign buyers are joining local investors to snap up healthcare-related properties in Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula. more...
Frankston and Hampton on common ground
Locals may not believe it, but Hampton and Frankston have three things in common. more...
Frankston and Hampton the suburbs with surprising common ground and pricesclose
Two are fairly obvious: they're both on Port Phillip Bay, and thousands of cyclists zoom through them each weekend. But the third may come as a surprise: their house prices have risen in unison.
New Train Stations Proposed
New train stations for Frankston East and Langwarrin under Victorian Coalition Plan more...
Train Line to be extended to Baxterclose
Work to extend Melbourne's metropolitan train network beyond Frankston would begin in 2019 if the Victorian coalition wins the election, with Opposition Leader Matthew Guy promising to match $225 million in funding already committed by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Business grants announced
Frankston City Council has awarded $60,000 in small business grants Five grant recipients will generate up to 148 new jobs within Frankston City. more...
Council issues $60,000 in business grantsclose
Frankston City Council has awarded $60,000 to accelerate the growth of five local businesses through its 2017 Small Business Grants Program. Collectively, this year’s five grant recipients are expected to generate up to 148 new jobs within Frankston City. The Program, now in its fifth year, has contributed a total of $300,000 towards supporting 25 local businesses. Most grant recipients have gone on to prosper, with collective employment generation expected to reach over 400 during the next 12-18 months, equating to a one per cent increase in the number of jobs in Frankston City.