Queensland’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.
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New South Wales’ 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.
2012 has been another strong year for First National Real Estate. As we celebrated the network’s 30th anniversary, our network paid homage to its founding fathers – two Victorian estate agents who envisaged a cooperative marketing group with the aim of improving property marketing throughout Australia.
SQM Research shows landlords continue to hold the upper hand, after the average vacancy rate fell to 1.8% in August. This means there are now 2,127 fewer vacancies per month nationally.
Did you know that many regional coastal areas have experienced a fall in values over the past year? Outside capital city areas, most coastal property is now priced below the historic highs experienced before the Global Financial Crisis.
First National’s October ‘national focus’ has hit the hustings with spring residential and commercial listings nationwide.
Generally speaking, regional areas do not offer startling growth rates, however, they often have their own micro economy
we’ll be taking a look at some of the reasons people move to regional areas of Australia and the types of benefits they find when they’ve completed their move
An Alice Springs real estate agent has successfully sued a Territory newspaper for defamation and has won $100,000 in damages.
Local homeowners will be delighted to learn that Warragul made the top 100 list of suburbs experiencing the biggest increase in median prices last year.