First National Real Estate’s members were presented with their General Excellence and Marketing (GEM) Awards from across Australasia and the South Pacific, at the network’s annual National Convention held on Hamilton Island this week.
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The Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) says the federal Budget has ignored the plight of many young Australians when it comes to housing affordability.
The number of days it takes to sell a property and the reduction needed from the initial asking price is an excellent indicator of market health. First National members are reporting that the market is moving faster and that buyers are becoming more decisive.
With the advent of social media, Skype and improved Internet services enabling more workers to work from home, are the days of the traditional office space numbered?
An overall uplift in consumer sentiment has helped the Australian real estate market continue its 2013 trend of revival.
As Australian tastes evolve, is our ‘dine everywhere but home’ culture sounding the death knell for dining rooms?
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.
First National Commercial finds that property investors sometimes overlook commercial real estate, favouring the more familiar residential market segment, but here are 10 reasons why investing in commercial real estate helps create a balanced investment portfolio.
By 2050, it is estimated 2.8 million Australians in need of care will be living outside of an aged care facility, which means they will be living with relatives or remaining in their own homes, representing a potentially huge challenge for Australia’s economy, especially the property market.