First National Real Estate’s Tasmania Chair and principal of First National Burnie, Deanne Lamprey said the real estate industry and governments should look to older Australians and retirees for part of the answer to the housing supply dilemma.
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First National Real Estate’s national communications manager, Stewart Bunn cautions that agents who continue to ignore women in the property purchase process, do so at their own peril, as they risk alienating a major buying audience.
Australia’s commercial property market is set to enter a boom phase, driven by strong demand and high rental yields, according to First National Real Estate CEO, Mr Ray Elli
AUSTRALIAN house prices will rise for the next three years on the back of the country’s robust economy, according to a BIS Shrapnel report
August national results released by RP Data on 30 September showed that Australian capital city home values declined 0.2 per cent (seasonally adjusted) in August, bookending a strong run that saw home values rise by 8 per cent in the preceding year, despite poor global conditions.
CEO Ray Ellis discussed the national market’s conditions and the RBA decision to leave rates on hold
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