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CoreLogic Property Pulse

More vendors tried to sell their property in spring – but did people buy them? By Eliza Owen, Head of Research Australia As social distancing restrictions eased across Victoria from the end of September, more vendors put their property up for sale. In the three months to November, the number of new listings added to the market across Australia averaged around 39,000 a month. This … Continue reading CoreLogic Property Pulse

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Pain Before Gain: REAL ESTATE Impact of Dropping Foreign Student Numbers

SYDNEY (10 November 2020) — Juwai IQI is releasing today this summary of Chinese residential real estate buyer activity related to Education in Australia, adding its own data and insights to the new report from the Mitchell Institute, Coronavirus, and international students. Juwai IQI Executive Chairman Georg Chmiel said: “It will be pain before gain. Student numbers are likely to keep falling and vacancies to … Continue reading Pain Before Gain: REAL ESTATE Impact of Dropping Foreign Student Numbers

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Home Loan

Home Loan Checklist Applying for a home loan requires some preparation.  The more prepared you are the easier it will be.  Spend some time putting together the required documentation.   Here is a checklist of what you need to put together BEFORE you meet the lender or broker; Personal Identification Passport Driver’s license Or you can instead present two forms of secondary identification: Birth certificate Medicare card … Continue reading Home Loan

Price Guides

Agents are forever  being accused of under quoting, and every state and territory has laws that are suppose to prevent it. The most extreme being in Queensland, where it’s actually against the law for an agent to give a price guide. Veronica Morgan asks Meighan Wells, how do agents go about getting the right buyers in the door, when they’re not able actually publish or … Continue reading Price Guides

Price Guides + Set Limits + Never Too Late To Depreciate

Pitch it low and watch it go or pitch it high and watch it die.  The language used by agents when it comes to pricing a property.  Agents are forever being accused of underquoting – pitch it low and watch it go – and every state and territory has laws that are supposed to prevent it.  In Queensland, the State Government has passed a law … Continue reading Price Guides + Set Limits + Never Too Late To Depreciate