About Katrina Condie

A former Rural Press journalist and award-winning Fairfax newspaper editor on the NSW South Coast for more than 25 years, Katrina also has three years’ experience in property marketing with Raine & Horne’s leading principal. She runs her own freelance media and digital marketing business and is a mum to two teenage girls. Katrina’s family enjoys camping, traveling, musical theatre and spending lots of time at the beach.

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No expense spared on this hi-tech luxury home in Taylor
Less than one year old, this innovative property showcases the latest and greatest design trends and smart home technology. Independent Property Group sales consultant Mark Larmer says 9 Yali Street in Taylor is the ultimate hi-tech home, offering comfort and environmentally friendly living. He says there's no need to find a block of land and spend time designing and building...
Hip LA-inspired Nue precinct to promote ‘walkability’ in Gungahlin
Inspired by the walk streets of Venice Beach, Los Angeles, Gungahlin's Nue lifestyle precinct will promote walkability and cycle friendliness in one of Canberra's fastest-growing areas. LJ Hooker Project Marketing ACT selling agent James Herbert says the Core Developments neighbourhood has been designed for residents who want to make the most of the open public spaces. "A walk street 'spine' will wind...
‘Removalist University’ graduates take moving house to the next level
Budding employees at one Canberra business have to step-up and graduate from 'Removalist University' before they're allowed to touch so much as a tea cup. Virgil Removals owner Ian Walter ensures all his new staff – whether they've previously worked in the removalist industry or not – complete a week-long intensive training course before they enter a customer's home. The course covers...
Tenants on the road to home ownership thanks to not-for-profit real estate agency
Getting a foot on the first rung of the property ladder might seem impossible in the current market, but there's one Canberra real estate agency that's giving middle-income earners a much-needed leg-up. HomeGround Real Estate matches generous landlords with reliable tenants who are working towards buying their home but may be struggling to save a deposit because they are completing...
New friendships and life skills the silver lining of lockdown at Project Independence
Residents at the Project Independence complex in Harrison made the most of Canberra's recent COVID-19 lockdown by getting to know each other better. From Zumba and bingo to highly anticipated daily team relays in the driveway, the residents formed new bonds with their neighbours in the social housing development, which is designed to help people with an intellectual disability acquire their own...
Anti-Poverty Week: Desperate need to house low-income families squeezed out of ACT rental market
Canberra's low vacancy rates, combined with the highest city rental prices in Australia, are making it increasingly difficult for low-to-moderate-income earners to find an affordable home to live in. Many ordinary families struggle to make ends meet after spending more than 30 per cent of their income on rent or housing payments. During Anti-Poverty Week (17-23 October), Canberrans are being...
Watch the golfers tee-off from this grand residence on Harcourt Hill
Love golf? This home will suit you to a tee! Sit out on the balcony with your morning coffee and watch the golfers at play from this impressive home on the hill in one of Canberra's most sought-after localities. Enviably positioned on Harcourt Hill, 1 McRitchie Circuit in Nicholls offers stunning panoramic views of the Gold Creek Golf Course, a...
Dreamy five bedroom home stands proud in Crace
With five bedrooms plus a study, three living areas and a choice of outdoor spaces, this grand home in Crace is set to impress. Sleek and contemporary, it's been designed for modern family living, where everyone has their own space. Sam Taylor from McGrath North Canberra says 56 Durong Street in Crace is a stand out property, exuding a feeling...