8201 Mount Lindesay Hwy (via Beaudesert), Josephville; 4 2 2 4.27ha; Auction Sat 11 Jul at 11:00am **Click here for more QLD mortgagee sales listed on realestate.com.au MORE: Where to buy a renovator’s delight Hundreds of buyers line up for sinking house Lot 207, Premier Drive, Kingaroy: 8.264 Ha partially completed subdivision in Summit View Estate. Most expensive: Cheapest land: FOLLOW SOPHIE FOSTER ON FACEBOOK 17 Rufus Street, Blackwater, is listed at $119,900.The cheapest house put up by a mortgagee was $119,900 at 17 Rufus Street, Blackwater, in the central Queensland resource zone. The three bed, one bath, single car park home is on a massive 1,012sq m block, with agent Jason Campbell of Blackwater Real Estate describing it as lowset with a “great kitchen, good sized dining area (and) all bedrooms a good size”. Lot 207, Premier Drive, Kingaroy, is set to go under the hammer on Tuesday June 30 at 12pm.The largest property up for mortgagee sale is a large block subdivision at Lot 207, Premier Drive, Kingaroy where there is an 8.264Ha partially completed subdivision in Summit View Estate.Agent James Carmichael of LJ Hooker Cleveland listed it as a “17 rural residential lot subdivision site with existing presales and DA approval” with each block potentially as big as 4,000-4,679sq m. “These opportunities are rare,” he said. 1 & 2/19 Ann Street, Noosaville, will be put under the hammer.By far one of the hottest and potentially most expensive of the mortgagee listings is in Noosaville, where two townhouses at 1 & 2/19 Ann Street are set to be put to a forthcoming auction.Agents David and Theodora Garwood of Garwoods Estate Agents Noosaville confirmed in the listings would be available for purchase in a few weeks’ time.“These properties are in the hands of the mortgagees, who have instructed that they be sold. Each home is different, and depending on your needs and desires, one will appeal more than the other.” More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus9 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market9 hours ago1 & 2/19 Ann Street, Noosaville, was taken over by the mortgagee. Live like a Wallaby: Rugby star selling family home Two three-bedroom townhouses at 1 & 2/19 Ann Street, Noosaville, are up for mortgagee sale.Investors hunting for their next big thing are among those flipping through 55 mortgagee sales in Queensland – where prices start at $25,000 for a block of land, $119,900 for a three bedder with even two Noosa townhouses up for grabs. 507/35 Peel Street, South Brisbane; 1 bed, 1 bath, 1 scooter park, 49 sq m unit $269,000 Largest property: Lot 25 Kunapipi Springs Road Laguna Quays: 833sq m Residential Land: $25,000 Cheapest house: 17 Rufus Street, Blackwater: 3 bed, 1 bath, 1 car park, 1,012sq m block, $119,900 Cheapest inner-city unit: 1 & 2/19 Ann Street, Noosaville: 3 2 2 Townhouse; Forthcoming auction. Lifestyle/Acreage: LISTED FOR MORTGAGEE SALE: 507/35 Peel Street, South Brisbane, is listed at $269,000.The cheapest inner-city unit was a one bedder in South Brisbane at 507/35 Peel Street. The 49sq m unit has scooter parking and is priced at $269,000, according to agents Vern Gilbert and Josh Dawson of Plum Property Toowong. From your own subdivision to a luxury home on acreage, a one bedroom inner city apartment or townhouses in a holiday hotspot, there’s a lot to like for investors searching for mortgagee sales in the Sunshine State.Listings details show there are 55 properties currently listed for sale or auction across Queensland after being seized by mortgagees. Lot 25 Kunapipi Springs Road, Laguna Quays, is listed at $25,000 negotiable.The range is almost as varied as the property market itself, with the cheapest being an 833sq m block of residential land at Lot 25 Kunapipi Springs Road, Laguna Quays, priced at $25,000. And, even that, according to the listing by agent Troy Liesch of Whitsunday Realty Proserpine was negotiable, with “all reasonable offers” considered. 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The Paynesville City Corporation (PCC) is expected to benefit from a grant of US$164 million earmarked for 100 cities around the world.This was disclosed yesterday by PCC Mayor Cyvette M. Gibson, who said that the grant money is being provided by the Rockefeller Foundation (RF) through its 100 Resilient Cities Program.The 100RCs, pioneered by the RF, now enables PCC to join a network aimed at building urban resilience. As a member of the 100RCs, Paynesville will gain access to tools, funding, technical expertise and other resources to build resilience to the challenges of the 21st Century. Addressing a news conference, Mayor Gibson said entrance into this network will help her city fight the resilience challenges of infrastructure failure, flooding, water management issues, poor health infrastructure and disease outbreak.“Paynesville’s selection to join the 100 Resilient Cities network is not only a significant honor, it will give Paynesville the tools to support a better Paynesville today, tomorrow and for future generations to come. Our application recognized Paynesville’s commitment to better health infrastructure, proper water management, prevention of rainfall flooding and disease control.” Ms. Gibson said. “As a new member of 100RCs, we can work with the best in the private, government and non-profit sectors in developing and sharing tools to plan and respond to resilience challenges ahead.”Even though she admitted that she does not know at the moment how much will be given her city, she, however, disclosed that it would be intended for use between two to five years.Mayor Gibson disclosed that in months ahead, Paynesville will be eligible to receive grant funding to hire a Chief Resilient Officer, who will be tasked to lead the citywide resilience-building process and engage stakeholders from across different government agencies, public and private sectors and various communities to incorporate diverse perspectives and knowledge. “Paynesville will also receive technical support to develop a resilience strategy that reflects the city’s distinct needs and the support and services as we work towards implanting that strategy,” she added.She also stated that Mr. Michael Berkowitz, RF’s president of the 100RCs program, is expected to shortly pay a visit to Liberia.According to a PCC release, Mr. Berkowitz said: “We selected Paynesville because of its leaders’ commitment to resilience building and the innovative and proactive way they have been thinking about challenges the city faces.”PCC was chosen from a list of over 325 applicants on the basis of their willingness, ability and need to become resilient in the face of future challenges. Ten other cities on the continent, including Lagos, Nairobi, Addis Ababa, Cape Town and Luxor in Egypt joined Paynesville in making the 100 RCs. Eight American cities including Washington D.C., Seattle, Atlanta and Honolulu made the list, while three Canadian cities joined Montreal on the list. In the UK, two cities joined three already-on-the-list cities to take the UK’s tally to five.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)