Thanks again for your time yesterday. Once you've had the opportunity to read through all the information thoroughly, let's get a time in the diary. We can discuss your feedback and answer any questions.
Thanks for the chat and your approval of the reverse brief. We'll use this to move forward with the state/region/suburb research and property search. I'll also connect you with Boon, the expat tax accountant to discuss your tax position.
In maybe a year's time, you'll probably read a similar article to this one about how Mair Street is going - hopefully, about it thriving - but right now, the block between Doveton Street and Armstrong Street is in the middle of a transformation.
Another new bar in Mair Street is pointing to a bright future for the Armstrong Street North precinct, as more hospitality venues open and are planned in advance of the massive GovHub project's completion.
The boom suburbs tipped to achieve phenomenal capital growth have been revealed as Brisbane prepares for a massive jump in house prices, with buyers in these markets set to earn up to $215,000 in the next three years.
As we fast approach the end of the year, we continue to see slower housing activity and lower dwelling values across Sydney and Melbourne with auction clearance rates tumbling to the lowest level in over six years. You’ll be reading in the mainstream media that it’s a buyers market, but who are these buyers?
In early August, Liberal opposition leader Matthew Guy stated he would commit to securing a 59 minute or better service to Melbourne from Ballarat within 12-18 months after the November 24 election. That's a reduction of 26 minutes on the current journey.
What's happening in Australia? Our cricket team are a national disgrace! The banking royal commission has kicked off, a state election was held in South Australia. In this blog, we take a quick look how the real estate market performed in each capital city in February.
White Night Ballarat is in its second year. Taking place last night (17/03), the festival reimagines the city through music, performances and art. With local and visitors crowding the streets, laneways and public spaces.