Can’t live in em, can’t sell em. Rarely would anyone say this of near-new flats a stone’s throw from shops and transport.
Archive for April 2012
The impending introduction of the carbon tax and popular reality home renovating TV shows have spurred further interest in this growing trend, so now is the time for would-be renovators to look at how they can make their homes more energy efficient
A 25-year-old mother edged out some of the state’s most impressive youths to win the ‘First National Real Estate Leadership and Innovation’ category leading to the ‘Premier’s Young Achiever of The Year’ award in the Southern Cross Young Achiever Awards on Saturday night.
Generally speaking, regional areas do not offer startling growth rates, however, they often have their own micro economy
we’ll be taking a look at some of the reasons people move to regional areas of Australia and the types of benefits they find when they’ve completed their move
First National Real Estate today announced its official sponsorship of the 2012 Regional Victoria Living Expo, testimony to its commitment to the communities in which its estate agents work and live.
The unfortunate truth is that drowning can happen at any property if appropriate precautions aren’t taken.
Once the state-by-state role out of the new legislation occurs, landlords may find that legislation requires special carbon monoxide detectors be fitted to into their properties.
“Scammers pose as landlords using community websites and say you can’t meet with them to view the property for various reasons. Often they say they are overseas, then demand a payment to secure the keys to inspect a rental property that is always underpriced and seems too good to be true, which usually means it is,” Mr Ellis said.
Residential vacancy rates in most capital cities slipped for the second month in a row in February, with Hobart the only capital recording an increase in available rental properties of 0.2 per cent.