Category Archives: Real Estate News

Auction market continues to bounce back

Posted by Terry Hansen on May 27th, 2020 in Real Estate News | No Comments
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Now that auctions and property inspections are open for business again, it appears that things are getting back to a new kind of normal in the Sydney real estate market. Figures from Domain show that Sydney auction numbers have been steadily increasing since restrictions were eased earlier this month, showing that buyers and sellers are […]

Property buyers eager to jump back into market

Posted by Terry Hansen on May 11th, 2020 in Real Estate News | No Comments
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Things are getting back to a new kind of normal as we see social distancing restrictions ease around the country, and that’s bringing with it a renewed optimism towards the property market. There seems to be a lot of pent up buyer demand, with new data from realestate.com.au showing that buyer interest is much higher […]

Doors about to reopen for inspections and auctions

Posted by Terry Hansen on May 8th, 2020 in Real Estate News | No Comments
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House hunters are expected to take to the streets this weekend to visit open homes and onsite auctions again, following a six-week partial shutdown due to COVID-19. The state government’s temporary ban will officially be lifted on Saturday 9 May, allowing ‘traditional’ property inspections and auctions to go ahead with stringent health measures such as […]

Sydney property activity down, but prices still up for April

Posted by Terry Hansen on May 4th, 2020 in Real Estate News | No Comments
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The Sydney property market continues to show its resilience amidst the coronavirus pandemic, with research from CoreLogic showing that house prices edged up by 0.4 per cent in April. National results painted a similar picture, with prices up by 0.3 per cent across the country. But while prices were up for the month, it was […]

Home DIY has become a popular lockdown pastime

Posted by Terry Hansen on April 20th, 2020 in Real Estate News | No Comments
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Now that we’re spending more time at home it seems that we’re using it to make some much-needed home improvements. A study from Commonwealth Bank has analysed credit and debit card transactions and found that while Aussies have been spending less overall since restrictions and lockdowns were introduced, they have been spending more on DIY […]

End of lockdowns to unleash pent up demand

Posted by Terry Hansen on April 15th, 2020 in Real Estate News | No Comments
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The pause button was pressed on the global economy last month as countries were faced with the emergence of an unprecedented health crisis – but what will happen when we hit the play button again? It’s very likely that once conditions improve and businesses are able to operate normally again there will be a large […]

Low interest rates are here to stay

Posted by Terry Hansen on April 14th, 2020 in Real Estate News | No Comments
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The Reserve Bank of Australia made the unprecedented move to cut the official cash rate twice in March – bringing it to a record low of 0.25 per cent – and it looks like that’s where it’s going to be staying for quite a long while. There was no surprise then that Australia’s cash rate […]

Reasons to be optimistic about the property market

Posted by Terry Hansen on April 3rd, 2020 in Real Estate News | No Comments
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While it’s all too easy to get caught up in the doom and gloom that’s out there, it’s worth taking a moment to look on the bright side of things too. In terms of the property market, it has been fortunate to be one of the few parts of the economy that has yet to […]

The property market is still open for business

Posted by Terry Hansen on March 27th, 2020 in Real Estate News | No Comments
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It’s certainly been a crazy couple of weeks with sweeping new changes introduced to businesses across the country in a bid to combat the spread of COVID-19. Understandably a lot of people are confused about what is or isn’t allowed at this time, but the real estate market is still ticking along with a lot […]

RBA expected to turn to quantitative easing measures from tomorrow

Posted by Terry Hansen on March 18th, 2020 in Real Estate News | No Comments
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What happens when the RBA can’t drop rates any further? They move on to using some unconventional measures. At least that’s what’s expected to happen at an emergency meeting that has been called for tomorrow, with the RBA announcing their intention to implement new policies to deal with the economic consequences of the coronavirus. The […]

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