As a building gets older, items wear out – they depreciate. The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) allows property owners to claim this depreciation as a deduction. Any property owner who obtains income from their property can claim depreciation.
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A Garage Sale is a great way to involve the whole family and clear your house of clutter. You make money and, most importantly, everyone has fun!
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.
First National Commercial says that while traditional retail is experiencing challenges with changing consumer behaviours, there are upsides for the logistics industry.
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.
First National Real Estate’s Western Australia members were presented with their General Excellence and Marketing (GEM) Awards on Saturday night, in a fun filled evening featuring a Black and White theme, at the Novotel Perth Langley.
There’s now little doubt that predictions of a 2013 market recovery are bearing evidence in the marketplace. Auction clearance rates have improved and buyer activity has lifted significantly, right across First National’s network of over 450 offices. Upgraders are out… Read More ›
First National Real Estate’s Victorian and Tasmanian members were presented with their General Excellence and Marketing (GEM) Awards on Saturday night, in a fun filled evening featuring a Carnivale theme, at Melbourne’s Grand Hyatt hotel.
The Australia Day honours announcements saw First National Real Estate’s founding father, Mr Charles Heath of Metung Victoria awarded an Order of Australia, for his dedication and commitment to excellence in Australian real estate, being a major proponent of change and setting the standards for others to follow.
Australians seem to be overly pessimistic in outlook, despite being the world’s wealthiest people.
When Credit Suisse surveyed 216 countries, Australians came out on top with a median wealth per adult of AUD $187,848 – eight times the world average!