With Christmas approaching, First National members continue to see strong levels of interest at home inspections nationally, so it’s still a great time to sell. Buyers and sellers become more decisive as the holiday season approaches, so we expect this trend to be sustained until the final bell.
The Australian real estate profession watched with interest last month as a Queensland property was put to auction, ‘without reserve’.
A question that has vexed strata managers and apartment owners for years is how do you wind up an old apartment building when it has come to the end of its practical life?
This may not surprise you but new research confirms 74% of survey respondents will cross your home off their list if a building inspector finds termites.
When you live in a strata building, do you have the right to feed wild birds from your balcony? It’s not only unwise, according to First National Real Estate, it’s potentially ‘nuisance behaviour’ from your owners’ corporation’s perspective.
Adding another bathroom to your home, or improving the way space is used in a very small bathroom, can make a huge difference to both your home’s appeal and its value, says First National Real Estate.