Australians who moved house over the last five years moved an estimated 5.7 million old mobiles with them according to First National Real Estate. A new report commissioned by MobileMuster on moving home habits, has found that Australians keep taking their old mobiles, batteries and chargers with them each time they move, rather than recycling them.
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First National Real Estate is expanding throughout the region with members now throughout Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu. “We have grown to become Australia’s largest independent real estate network by letting our members do what they do best – work within their communities to put customers first,” First National Real Estate Chief Executive, Mr Ray Ellis told the network’s annual Convention.
Australia’s largest independent real estate network this week honoured one of its founding fathers at a special function held during the network’s annual National Convention on Hamilton Island.
Technology has had an enormous impact in most businesses and industries, none more so than real estate. When embracing the new, agents and businesses are urged to be careful according to real estate guru, Andrew Winter.
Real estate is often seen to be an industry dominated by individuals but it is only by working together that they shine according to industry expert, Florence Caruette.
The post-industrial suburbs to the west of many of Australia’s capital cities will be the next frontier for property improvement and development according to renowned property market forecaster, Bernard Salt. “The baby boomers gentrified and improved the inner city Victorian… Read More ›
Investors finally realising the benefits of NRAS and DHA housing, First National warns caution is necessary
First National Real Estate Chief Executive, Mr Ray Ellis, says investors are finally starting to realise the potential of housing affordability schemes, such as the National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAs) and Defence Housing Australia (DHA) projects, but warns caution is still required.
Federal Legislation currently being considered could cost the Australian economy millions of dollars in lost productivity if implemented in the real estate industry according to First National Real Estate, Chief Executive, Mr Ray Ellis.
Gas and electricity prices are on the rise, fuelling the flames of discontent for many home owners. With the onset of winter, First National Real Estate offers advice that will warm the cockles of homeowners’ hearts, while keeping ‘bill chills’ at bay.
A solution to housing affordability may rest with the humble home extension, age-old granny flat, or dual occupancy says First National Real. It’s just a matter of which will best suit each home owner’s individual circumstances.