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For those looking for homes for sale, the almost-constant steam of headlines about house prices can sometimes seem a bit overwhelming. But relief might just be over the horizon, with new research from BIS Shrapnel predicting a slowdown for markets across the board.
First National Real Estate has been voted number one for culture in a national survey that indicated the network has the happiest agency principals, real estate agents, property managers and staff in the country.
An independent, national survey of over 1000 real estate professionals has seen First National Real Estate voted number one for having Australia’s ‘happiest principals, agents, property managers and staff’. We couldn't be happier to hear this news.
Could high-density real estate in Australia be the solution to creating sustainable cities? New research suggests that this could be the case.
First National Real Estate chief executive Ray Ellis says claims of a looming ‘housing market bloodbath’ in the Parliamentary submission of two economists are overly technical and fail to appreciate the realities of Australian Real Estate, where the bulk of our population wants to live in a fraction of available space, and where home ownership is deeply embedded in the national psyche.
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