Rents increased across most states in May, which meant landlords were the clear winners according to May research.
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The residential market is expected to continue its trend of gradual revival in the second half of 2013, according to First National Real Estate’s 2013 Property Market Outlook Mid Year Update.
Overall, the housing market in Australia is in much better shape than it was a year ago, according to First National Real Estate’s 2013 Property Market Outlook Mid Year Update. In 2012, values were still falling and market sentiment was very low.
Now is the time to invest in Australia’s strengthening property market, to capitalise on the momentum that’s slowly been building all year says First National Real Estate’s 2013 Property Market Outlook Mid Year Update.
An overall uplift in consumer sentiment has helped the Australian real estate market continue its 2013 trend of revival.
First National Real Estate’s South Australian and Northern Territory members were presented with their General Excellence and Marketing (GEM) Awards on Friday night, in a fun filled evening featuring a Carnivale theme, at the National Wine Centre in Adelaide.
The Northern Territory property market is on the rebound, and 2013 is looking to be a good year according to the First National Real Estate 2013 Property Market Outlook.
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.
As the gateway to Asia, Australia’s northernmost city is ripe for further property gains. Darwin is oozing property potential, which will be tapped as the “gateway” to Asia evolves.
Across Australia, investor activity is anticipated to increase as this market sector capitalises on great buying opportunities, particularly in Melbourne and Brisbane – which historically over the long term, have both been consistent growth performers. South Australia is also predicting strong growth in investor activity.