Australian Property Prices to Rise

House prices unexpectedly rebounded over the past two months and are expected to continue to rise over the next year or so – but only if changes to negative gearing aren’t introduced by a Labor government. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), the price index for Australian residential properties rose by 6.8 per […]Read more >

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Australian Property Market – Bubble or Boom?

Hear from 18 experts with a combined 200+ years experience The property market in Australia is hot, but is it too hot? We’ve asked 18 real estate agents – each with over 10 years experience in the property industry – a series of questions to get their perspective. These questions have been designed to gain […]Read more >

Open Listings Vs Exclusive Listings

When you decide to sell your property, you’re going be faced with many decisions. One of those decisions will be how you’re going to list your property; will you use multiple agents, or just one? Finding the right real estate agent can be tough, so some vendors prefer having an open listing, as it allows […]Read more >

What to Look For in a Property Manager

When you purchase an investment property, the main question will generally be: do you manage the property yourself or employee the services of a property manager? The everyday ins and outs of maintaining the property may be a bit much to take on, particularly if you have several investment properties in your portfolio. That’s why […]Read more >

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Understanding property contracts when selling your home

When it comes to selling your property, one of the biggest things you’ll have to consider is the contract. Understanding it is key in the selling process. Agency agreement When choosing your agent, it pays to do some homework. When you do choose your agent you enter into a legally binding contract with them, so […]Read more >

Will the Council Mergers Affect the NSW Property Market?

Under the latest New South Wales government plans, councils around the state will be amalgamated to help keep NSW sustainable. The proposed changes have largely been influenced by a recent Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal review, which found that two thirds of the state’s councils are not fit for the future. And according to KPMG, […]Read more >

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