The Year That Was 2011…in Port Douglas Real Estate

Phil Holloway, Principal of Century 21 Real Estate on Four Mile Beach, Port Douglas

Phil Holloway, Principal of Century 21 Real Estate on Four Mile Beach, Port Douglas

Well it’s “Ho, Ho, Ho” or is it “Oh, Oh, Oh”?

It is so easy to focus on the negatives when reflecting on the world in 2011, the effects of the G.F.C, the consequences and impact of the high Australian dollar driving Port Douglas tourists overseas instead, the heavily reduced selling prices in the Port Douglas property market etc etc etc.

However, we arguably live in the best country in the World. Some of us have the privilege to live full time, in this small piece of paradise (Port Douglas) in Far North Queensland.

Compared to others, although many of us are readjusting financially to assets declining in value, we are blessed compared to most.

The coming festive season can be a happy time to spend with family and friends. Enjoy the time, appreciate life around us and let’s be as positive as we cant to make 2012 as good as we can for each of us, our families, our fellow citizens and be confident about Australia, its future and good fortune.

Phil, Ian, Narelle and the staff of Century 21 Port Douglas Real Estate would like to take this opportunity to wish all clients and readers of our Newsletter a fabulous festive season.

About Port Douglas

Port Douglas real estate - Real estate in Port Douglas is now sought after the world over. Our passion for where we live stems from Port Douglas being the only place in the world where two natural, world heritage listed sites (the Great Barrier Reef & Daintree Rainforest) exist side by side. If you would like buy or live in your own piece of paradise, please browse our real estate listings The views expressed in the Port Douglas blogs are not those of Century 21 Port Douglas Real Estate nor the Century 21 franchise.
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