Current market conditions are bringing home ownership dreams closer for many first home buyers and First National Real Estate CEO, Mr Ray Ellis says building a new home may be their best option.
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Australia’s property market is on the rebound, having reached the bottom of the property cycle and 2013 is looking to be a good year according to the First National Real Estate 2013 Property Market Outlook.
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.
First National Real Estate Chief Executive, Ray Ellis recently discussed the 2012 Australian property market outlook with Finance News Network. Watch the interview here.
First National Real Estate today announced it has launched a new national professional development initiative in partnership with leading industry trainer, Lee Woodward, across its network of 450 plus offices.
Indications that a property market recovery is likely in 2012 are strong, although it will be a slow and gradual process, with first home buyers beginning to stir, but not fully confident to part with their hard earned savings, and investors having already capitalised on prime market conditions.
As the property market moves toward its summer hiatus, First National would like to wish you happy and safe holidays as well as a Merry Christmas.
According to Ray Ellis, CEO at First National Real Estate, there are areas around Australia where vendor paid advertising was not applicable, yet some pioneering agents were bucking the trend and realigning expectations in those locations.
In a property market which is currently slow, as a result of buyer uncertainty, auctions are proving a way of getting property to move. Properties that go to auction are spending 40% less days on the market and First National Real Estate’s corporate auctioneer said he expects this trend to continue.