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How To Create Linktosale Property Alerts and Saved Search Lists

How to setup Linktosale property alerts
Searching for a dream property to buy rent or share? Want to be notified soon as new property is listed that meets your criteria? Set up a Linktosale Property Alert. Benefits of creating property alerts Creating an alert is easy and a great way of ensuring you hear about property of interest to you as soon as it is lis...
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A fresh interactive approach to property marketing in Australia

Spending too much on property marketing? Frustrated with high portal fees? There is an alternative ...
Selling property in Australia is becoming increasingly expensive – not just for sellers but for agents too. One of the reasons for this is the rising cost of property portal listing fees. Most agents use at least one of the major portals with many using two or more: the associated costs are crippling many of the smaller agencies, making it dif...
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New strata laws for NSW come into effect today

Today’s the day – after years of consultation and review, it all finally comes to a head with reforms to New South Wales strata laws set to begin. President of the Real Estate Institute of NSW John Cunningham says more than 90 new strata laws will make a difference to the lives of those living in in the state. “These reforms will benefit owners, te...
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Qld FHBs eyeing off-the-plan purchases

An increasing number of first homebuyers in Queensland are buying off-the-plan homes, according to new data. Mortgage Choice’s annual first homebuyer survey reveals that 5.8 per cent of first homeowners chose to buy a property off the plan – up from just 2.4 per cent in 2012. “Interestingly, a further 16.5 per cent of first homebuyers bought a newl...
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Flood risk information for Toowoomba investors

Investors and developers looking to buy as well as owners who already have property in the Toowoomba region can now find out the flood risk for their properties with the launch of an online Flood Risk Information Portal. Toowoomba Regional Council’s Planning and Development Committee chair Chris Tait says the council has taken a holistic approach t...
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Draft of southeast Queensland regional plan released

The Queensland Government has today released the draft southeast Queensland (SEQ) regional plan Shaping SEQ, which represents one of the most significant planning policy frameworks in the state. SEQ is Australia’s third-largest capital city region by population and is home to approximately 3.4 million people, covers 22,900 square kilometres and has...
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Brisbane’s Cross River Rail flythrough

October 12, 2016 Posted by: Kieran Clair in Property Investment , Queensland For everyone who read our project profile in the August 2016 issue of API magazine about this major piece of infrastructure, here’s a handy video guide on the CRR route for you to ponder. About Kieran Clair Kieran...
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Victoria needs a big-picture transport plan that isn’t about winners v losers

Crystal Legacy , RMIT University and Ian Woodcock , RMIT University Australian cities are inherently diverse places, but that diversity can lead to conflict between different values about what cities should and can be. Our series, Conflict in the City , brings together urban researchers to examine some of these tensions and consider how cities are ...
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New laws force Meriton sell-off

Meriton founder, Harry Triguboff, says the decision to sell their strata management business is a response to law reform in New South Wales. “One of those reforms effectively shuts Meriton, and other developers, out of having any role in the strata-management of their properties until the buildings are 10 years old,” he says. The new strata-laws co...
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Population of Victoria hits 6 million

Victoria’s population has hit 6 million, according to figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) today. ABS acting director of demography Phil Browning says that in the year ending March 31, 2016, Victoria grew by 1.9 per cent, adding an extra 114,900 people to the population. “This is the fastest population growth for Victoria s...
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Investors chasing yields and growth head to Queensland

Low interest rates, a competitive Australian dollar and improved infrastructure are contributing to a strong start to the traditional spring selling market in southeast Queensland, according to real estate group Raine & Horne. “There are many factors aiding Queensland property markets this spring,” Raine & Horne Queensland general manager S...
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Global Cities report reveals Sydney and Melbourne flying high

Global property consultancy Knight Frank has launched its Global Cities: The 2017 Report, examining the market performance of 31 cities across the world in light of three major trends shaping the times: Negative interest rates have reduced investors’ expectations on what constitutes an acceptable return, which is drawing capital towards real estate...
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Jail and ban for property development scammer

  The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has permanently banned Steven Hill from engaging in credit activities and providing financial services. An ASIC investigation found that between January 2006 and February 2007, Hill, through Hill Stephens & Associates Pty Ltd and International Finance Consortium (Aust) Pty Ltd, induc...
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Warning to check claims, as fake builder fined $20,000

  Proof if it were needed that everyone should check the credentials of the building practitioners they employ, as the Victorian Building Authority (VBA) successfully prosecutes well-known home builder Mentor Gormani, director of Gormani Homes Pty Ltd. The director of the now deregistered building company was prosecuted by the VBA in the Dandenong ...
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Don’t get caught out with risky renovations

Whether you’re renovating and flipping, renovating an investment property or refreshing your own home, it’s always satisfying to see your beautifully finished product. But Master Builders warns there’s serious potential for exposure to asbestos from DIY renovations, with Master Builders training and licensing manager Adam Profke describing asbestos...
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Financial group held to account over representative

  Following an investigation that commenced in January 2016, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has accepted an enforceable undertaking (EU) offered by My Adviser Pty Ltd. The ASIC investigation looked at the conduct of My Adviser, the holder of an Australian financial services licence, in relation to the supervision and mo...
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Business confidence slumps in Qld

Business confidence in the Queensland economy and building industry has slumped, with nearly 30 per cent of respondents in a recent Master Builders survey pessimistic for the future. The Master Builders Survey of Industry Conditions for the April-June quarter 2016 shows this negativity is in line with recent building approvals, which are holding st...
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Top 10 most affordable suburbs

If you’re looking for bang for your buck, new quarterly data from the Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV) shows there’s opportunity for Melbourne buyers to get a foothold on the property ladder for a fraction of the city’s median house price. REIV CEO Geoff White says record low interest rates and a strong market is driving price growth in are...
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A solid Melbourne market

There’s been solid price growth for the June quarter in Melbourne according to just-released data. During this time Melbourne’s median house price increased 3.6 per cent to a record high $725,000 – the largest price growth since September 2015. Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV) chief executive officer Geoff White says the latest quarterly fi...
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Looking for greater value?

If you’re looking for first class amenities and strong capital growth prospects, but without having to cop the hefty price tag, then bridesmaid suburbs may be exactly what you’re after, according to the Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV). Data from the REIV shows there is a significant difference in the median house price of multiple adjacent...
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