For people heading off on holidays, First National Real Estate’s National Communications Manager, Mr Stewart Bunn, says to be careful to make sure homes are left safe and secure and to think carefully too, if considering a holiday home purchase.
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First National Real Estate is the only real estate brand that lets you see how many active buyers are waiting for a home matching the description of your property.
First National Real Estate’s National Communications Manager, Mr Stewart Bunn, says current market conditions, coupled with increasing housing affordability, is causing a rental dilemma. Many renters are questioning if now is the time to stretch their budgets and commit to buying their own home.
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.
First National Real Estate National Communications Manager, Mr Stewart Bunn says government needs to do more to support renters and provide better assistance than is currently offered through the National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS).
Mould spores are always present in the air around us which is why it is so important to keep your home properly ventilated.
You’ve worked hard to buy an investment property but have you made sure that you’re maximising the cash flow your property is producing? The more efficiently you manage your portfolio, the sooner you’ll be buying your next investment.
Real estate offers many benefits for investors, and its continued strong performance has made it the preferred investment option for many Australians. But, First National Real Estate National Communications Manager, Mr Stewart Bunn, says it takes more than good luck to maximise your returns from investment properties.
According to First National, most property investors spend too little time assessing the skills of their property manager and need to look beyond fees when choosing who will manage their investment portfolio.