Monthly Archives: June 2012

Why haven’t the number of home sales & dwelling approvals movied in line with population growth?

Why haven’t the number of home sales and dwelling approvals moved in line with population growth? by CAMERON KUSHER on JUNE 1, 2012 in ECONOMICS, HOUSING SUPPLY, RESEARCH With the release of the latest building approvals data from the Australian … Continue reading

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RP DATA RESEARCH BLOG AS AT 29TH JUNE 2012

RP Data Research Blog – The top 20 most ‘crowded’ suburbs across Australia

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Article of Interest for Friends, Clients & Associates of Linda and Carlos Debello, LJ Gilland Real Estate Pty Ltd

Australian housing at its most affordable level for nine years: Christopher Joye By Christopher Joye Thursday, 28 June 2012 In encouraging news for prospective property owners, Aussie housing continues to get cheaper when deflated using disposable incomes. According to Rismark, … Continue reading

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LJ Gilland Real Estate

When selecting a Property Manager you need to choose someone who knows the law and is confident in applying it. We provide investors the assurance that at all times we will be acting in your best interests, legally, ethically and … Continue reading

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for Glen

Subject: for Glen Mirvac looking to build residential communities for mining towns in regional Queensland and WA By Larry Schlesinger Wednesday, 27 June 2012 Property developer Mirvac has begun talk with coal and liquefied natural gas (LNG) producers about building … Continue reading

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RP Data Research Blog – Is the housing market set to make a comeback?

RP Data Research Blog – Is the housing market set to make a comeback?

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Article of Interest for Friends, Clients & Associates of Linda and Carlos Debello, LJ Gilland Real Estate Pty Ltd

Affordability barriers mean home sellers staying put for longer: Cameron Kusher By Cameron Kusher Tuesday, 26 June 2012 Page 1 of 2 Since the middle of the last decade, the average hold period of homes has continually increased as affordability … Continue reading

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