Monthly Archives: May 2019

How savvy investors can cash in on suburban zoning changes

Originally posted on ljgrealestate:
The greatest argument in city planning is about density. Most state governments want to contain city growth within the existing urban footprint. The alternative is urban sprawl, which is impractical and costly, because there’s no infrastructure…

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DO AGENTS HAVE A DUTY TO DISCLOSE A PROPERTY’S UNSAVOURY PAST?

Originally posted on ljgrealestate:
In 2016 Rebecca Grace purchased a single-storey four-bedroom house in Sydney for $660,000. However, after purchasing the property she was informed by her mother that the former owner was the serial killer Ivan Milat. Milat also…

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Business owners who have used their property in a different way since originally intended after purchase may have some extra legwork on their hands.

Originally posted on ljgrealestate:
If you have claimed GST credits on property purchases, you may need to report adjustments in your June activity statement. The amount of GST credit you can claim on a purchase or importation depends on the…

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The rate of property price decline continues to ease-Overall we are seeing further evidence that the worst of the housing market conditions might now be behind us. Hear all the national and state based insights here.

The rate of property price decline continues to ease-Overall we are seeing further evidence that the worst of the housing market conditions might now be behind us. Hear all the national and state based insights here. In this month’s housing … Continue reading

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One of the nation’s top economists has revised his house price predictions in light of a Coalition victory. Here’s what his property roadmap looks like for the nation’s investors.

Originally posted on ljgrealestate:
AMP chief economist Shane Oliver said?the combination of Labor’s negative gearing plans not coming into effect, a cash rate cut likely for next week, Mr Morrison’s promised financial help for first home buyers and the banking…

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Australia finally knows who is in government for the next three years. Take a look at what that now means for the business community.

The Liberal/Nationals Coalition has held onto power for another three years. The government made a number of promises in the lead up to the election, and its budget handed down in April was also used as part of its election … Continue reading

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At the end of the day, our national economy is underpinned by the property sector, and at the moment neither is doing overly well.

Originally posted on ljgrealestate:
With less than two weeks until the Federal Election, it is clear that Labor’s negative gearing policy will either make or break its chances of winning office. Industry experts have always considered the policy to be…

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