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Welcome to our June Newsletter

Winter has arrived quickly and we’re hoping you’re well and keeping warm. Recently the property market slowed down considerably with the COVID-19 pandemic having a huge impact. Find out more about home value movements in each state below. Interest rate news The Reserve Bank of…

Welcome to our April Newsletter

We hope you are doing well and staying safe amidst the current global situation we have surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. With new policies being implemented that ban on-site auctions, we suggest looking into remote auctions and inspections for now. Please get in touch with us…

Welcome to our March Newsletter

Autumn is here! Activity in the property market usually picks up during this time, so an exciting month is ahead of us. Whether your goal for 2020 is to buy a new home, an investment property, or to refinance your existing home loan, your mortgage…

Welcome to our February Newsletter

We hope 2020 is off to a positive start for you. Activity in the property world has been quiet of late, in line with the seasonal festive period slowdown. However, as we progress into February, things are bound to pick up. If your goals this…

Welcome to our January newsletter

Happy new year! How was your holiday break? We hope you had a great celebration with your loved ones! Welcome to our first newsletter for 2020. With both the new year and summer holidays, our property markets are typically quiet. But if you are looking…

Welcome to our December Newsletter

It’s finally December, and Christmas is inching closer! In a few weeks, we say goodbye to 2019 and hello to the start of another decade in 2020. Time flies! And just in time for the holiday season, conditions in the housing market are on the…

Welcome to our November newsletter

It’s been an exciting few months in the property world, with the housing recovery continuing to gather momentum. In October, all capital cities except Perth saw dwelling values increase. Meanwhile, auction activity remained strong for most of October. Some industry experts expect the usual spring…