The Trusted Advisor – Help or hindrance, competent or not?
Whenever you embark on a real estate transaction, it is likely you will inherit advisors. Whether you are buying or selling, many people will offer their advice unsolicited. Some of this unsolicited advice will be sound, some will be well … Continue reading
The Long Walk
Join Essendon legend Michael Long on The Long Walk in celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander achievement. Walk with Michael Long on to football’s most hallowed ground and take part in the action of Dreamtime at the ‘G as … Continue reading
Properties with no asking price deter buyers
Properties marketed with no fixed asking price are negatively affecting the pool of potential buyers, according to a poll by PRDnationwide. Three quarters of respondents (75 per cent) were “greatly deterred” by properties which didn’t reveal a fixed asking price … Continue reading
ANZAC Day is probably Australia’s most important national occasion. It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during World War I and exemplifies a national pride that endures to this day. … Continue reading
Exploding the myth that auctions always bring the best price
Auctioning a property to achieve the best possible price is a long held myth that does not hold up against reality. Whenever you have the fortunate situation of more than one buyer trying to buy your home, the worst thing … Continue reading
To gear or not to gear?
Is negative gearing really a good investment strategy? The question is often asked by property investors, many of whom do not fully understand the meaning and implications of negative gearing. In a nutshell, the answer is that it is really … Continue reading