A run on inquiries to RP Data since the release of the latest 2011 Census data last week by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) prompted an opportunity for RP Data analyst Cameron Kusher to explain what these results mean for the property market.
Archive for June 2012
First National Real Estate Lakeshores (Mannering Park, NSW), today announced that it has edged out another local real estate agency as well as a finance brokerage to win two award categories in the Northern Lakes Regional Business Awards 2012 – Professional & Finance Business and Business Promotion.
First National Real Estate today announced it has launched a new national alliance with human resources consultants, HR Advice OnLine.
Support for Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, has come from an unusual source today – the politically conservative CEO of First National Real Estate, Mr Ray Ellis, who agrees with her call for the review of state based property taxes.
Chief Executive, Ray Ellis recently commented on the outlook for Darwin’s property market, while attending First National O’Donoghue’s golf day fundraiser.
First National’s Chief Executive, Ray Ellis, joins the principal of First National Framptons, Andrew Doyle, in a discussion on local radio station 8HA about the recently announced fall in property values in Alice Springs.
Today, one of the nation’s most popular real estate industry magazines has ranked Rick Hockey 19th in its inaugural Top 100 Agents review.
The NSW Treasurer, the Hon. Mike Baird, has today announced a range of changes to NSW taxes and grants as part of the 2012 State Budget. REINSW believes that today’s Budget is a missed opportunity to protect the engine room of the national economy.
With the end of financial year approaching, property investors should be thinking about how to maximise their tax deductions.
Unfortunately, at the moment, the Australian economy is always portrayed as a bad news story. It doesn’t matter which section of the media you’re exposed to, which TV show you watch, or which industry magazines you read, it’s always portrayed in the context of things being so bad, we must be collapsing. It’s simply just not true; the Australian economy is in good shape.