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Planning for a Property Subdivision via ljgrealestate.com with warm regards

Ms S was venturing into the world of a property development and bought a 1,300 square metre block of land in suburban Melbourne. She was expecting to demolish the old house on the block, subdivide the property and build four … Continue reading

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Buying an Apartment? Here’s some helpful tips view to purchase….

Should I buy an apartment or house for my first home? It largely depends on your personal budget. Older style apartments in near city areas tend to be more affordable than building a new home in the outer suburbs. At … Continue reading

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AS any real estate professional knows, the property market is no longer what it used to be. Buyers come armed with property prices, information on the local area, research on sales history and just about every other piece of information that once used to be the closely guarded secrets of the trade.

As more buyers use online platforms and applications to search for places to live, it becomes easier to predict market trends and better understand buyer behaviour. This new crop of savvy property buyers has resulted from ongoing technology innovations in … Continue reading

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Rental Vacancy Rates and A recent report prepared by National Australia Bank and CoreLogic RP Data – the winter edition of the 2015 Australian Housing Market Report – has forecast a slowdown in property price growth in major capital city housing markets

CORELOGIC RPDATA NAB AUSTRALIAN HOUSING MARKET REPORT JULY 2015 Rental Vacancy Rates Figures from SQM Research show that the national vacancy rate rose to 2.4 per cent, based on 71,970 vacancies during the month of May. This was up from … Continue reading

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Overall, it looks as though housing market conditions will remain mixed across the country over the next 12 months CoreLogic RP Data – 据联大

Outlook for 2015-16 financial year By C.  Kusher So where have we been? Over the first 11 months of the 2014-15 financial year, combined capital city home values have risen by 7.5% according to the CoreLogic RP Data Home Value … Continue reading

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Why negative gearing and CGT discount must stay: REIA/PCA

A report jointly commissioned by the Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) and the Property Council of Australia (PCA) reveals the positive impact negative gearing and capital gains discounts have on the property market. The REIA says the report – … Continue reading

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Too many property investors are missing out on important cash flow by neglecting depreciation

Too many property investors are missing out on important cash flow by neglecting depreciation Many property investors are missing out on beneficial depreciation tax claims. The annoying thing is how often this happens, when it re AT A GLANCE Property Management … Continue reading

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Mirvac To Develop $850m Eagle Farm Residential Project

Leading property group Mirvac has been selected as Brisbane Racing Club’s preferred partner for the development of its $850 million Eagle Farm Residential Precinct. Mirvac were chosen from a shortlist of three contenders to partner with the Club on this … Continue reading

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There is estimated to be approximately 30,000 new apartments and units being built in Brisbane for completion in 2015 and a large percentage of these new builds are marketed to Chinese and international buyers

Brisbane Rental Market Article of Interest by R. Patel Why Brisbane’s rental market is down Once you give an investor a rental return amount quite early on in the development and purchase phase, they are expecting that return upon completion … Continue reading

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Direct Trade Sino Aust

Direct Trade According to The Australia China Business Council, direct trade from Australia to China contributes 5.5 per cent to Australian GDP, amounting to $79,150 million, nearly 200,000 Australian jobs (or one in 58 Australian jobs) is sustained by direct … Continue reading

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