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The real estate sector is being urged by an industry leader to shift its emphasis to problem resolution and communication over the traditional and historic focus on marketing and agency fees.
Whether you're looking to buy your first home, upsize, sell or invest, there are plenty of changes you can make to reach your property goals this new financial year according to First National Real Estate chief executive, Ray Ellis.
During its National Convention, First National Real Estate used the occasion to officially open a covered utilities walkway for the Naidiri Bay Khalsa Primary School, funded by the First National Foundation - the charitable arm of the network.
First National Real Estate’s highest achievers were presented with their General Excellence and Marketing Awards at the Intercontinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa last Friday night. The awards dinner brought recognition to Australia’s top 2016 salespeople, property managers and administrators, and attracted more than 385 delegates from Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.
First National Real Estate has welcomed the Federal Government’s budget, saying it gives the appearance of leaving negative gearing largely unchanged, while focusing its efforts on boosting supply and creating opportunities for young people to enter the market, but that changes to depreciation could have consequences.
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