Selling your home can be nerve-racking, and with the number of days properties are on the market having lengthened this year, First National Real Estate Communications Manager Stewart Bunn has some simple tips to make sure your property stays on the boil during winter, and reduce any associated stress.
Archive for June 2011
A heartfelt thanks has been personally delivered by the Westmead Medical Research Foundation’s Hawks Nest Project to the people who support the initiative.
First National Real Estate recently ran a competition throughout Victoria where homeowners could win a free year’s supply of fuel from Caltex. The competition attracted more than 7000 entries and the lucky winner drawn was Thanh Dong from Clayton South.
The First National Real Estate network today announced that customers will be able to drop off their old mobile phones, batteries, accessories and chargers at their nearest First National branch. As an extension to its energy efficiency and sustainability drive, First National has partnered with MobileMuster, the official recycling program of the mobile phone industry to support its Old phones, more trees campaign.
First National Real Estate Manly today announced that a Northern Beaches resident had won First National’s ‘Pimp Your Property’ competition for a Dulux home re-paint worth up to $10,000.
Before end of financial year, investors should give their property a quick inspection to see whether there’s any tax effective improvements that can be made. Fences are certainly one of those often overlooked areas and, like most property owners, you probably inherited your fencing when you bought the property and the previous owners may have even inherited it from the owners before them.
Tax time is just around the corner, and according to First National Real Estate Communications Manager, Stewart Bunn, the key to maximising tax deductions for property investments is organisation and planning.
Speaking at the recent First National convention in Coolum, well-known and respected economic forecaster, Charlie Nelson said it appeared as if the government and reserve bank had put all their eggs in the mining basket and the housing industry, amongst others, could wither. “The real estate industry is being sacrificed on the altar of the resources boom” said Charlie, “if the Reserve Bank have got this wrong, we are all in trouble”.