Australians need to be more positive about life and grateful for how lucky we are says Jeff Kennett. “There is so much negative talk in the media and that affects society. Focus on the negative in the economy and politics weighs on people and makes us feel more negative that we need to be”, says Jeff.
Archive for May 2012
First National Real Estate has announced its top 2012 Rookies of the Year from across its 450 plus member network at its annual Convention dinner held in Bali on Thursday night.
First National Real Estate announced its national General Excellence and Marketing (GEM) Award winners on Saturday night during its annual Convention, held in Bali this year.
Tax time can cause great anxiety for investors who unwittingly make claims they are not entitled to, getting themselves into deep water with the Tax Office.
First National Real Estate’s annual Convention is to be the arena for a battle royale next week, when state-named Rookies of the Year battle it out for the national Award.
First National Real Estate says the government should have delivered on the GST promise of abolishing stamp duty and that home buyers should also do their bit to support the Australian property market.
The 50 basis point cut made by the Reserve Bank (RBA) last week sent a positive signal and may improve consumer confidence, but don’t expect a sudden resurgence of demand says one of the nation’s foremost property forecasters, Michael Matusik.
More than 8000 people streamed through the doors last weekend at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre where regional centres, business and career opportunities, educational options, housing options and cultural diversity were showcased.
International investors are more confident in the Australian economy than domestic investors