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CHOOSING A REAL ESTATE AGENT

CHOOSING A REAL ESTATE AGENT THAT YOU CAN TRUST   In today’s real world one can be forgiven for basic mistakes and it is these basic mistakes that sometimes are life changing mistakes that we promise ourselves never to do again. We are all now too familiar with getting on line and starting our research […]

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CONSTRUCTION COST TO VALUE PART 3 – 3

When there is no evidence of comparable sales. 3. Construction cost This method is mostly utilised for the purposes of cross referencing when there is a lack of or no evidence of recent sales or comparable sales. This method can also be utilised for projected sales of a future development. Residential Value Example only: Land […]

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Valuation Method, Capitalisation Rate, part 2/3

Capitalisation Rate % Once again the following is a simple example and the illustration is only to recognise different versions of valuations, ALWAYS seek professional advise. This method is more than likely the most common and preferred method in relation to commercial real estate. Licensed valuers will apply this method to a particular property to […]

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MOST COMMON PROPERTY VALUATION METHODS part 1/3

    Most Common Methods of Valuing The following examples will assist you in understanding the three most common methods utilised for valuing real estate, the following are simple and basic examples only, to thoroughly understand and utalise these methods takes many years of business practice, seek professional advise as once again these are only […]

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A Profile of the Australian Investor – Who, Where and, What?

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday 20 June, 2016 CoreLogic – Profile of the Australian Residential Property Investor Report – www.corelogic.com.au/investorprofile A Profile of the Australian Investor – Who, Where and, What? Housing is the single biggest asset class in Australia, worth an estimated $6.5 trillion across 9.6 million dwellings. The housing asset class is worth more […]

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Understanding Negative Gearing, Australian Property

  To listen to a recent discussion on the subject click below on arrow play button. http://klh777.podbean.com/mf/web/atre97/005_Understanding_Negative_Gearing_from_a_Real_Estate_Point_of_View_with_George_Serghis.mp3   Negative Gearing is hot topic at the moment.  It’s a bit like a political ping pong ball going back and forth between the government and the opposition.   We are hearing news reports mostly bad on a daily […]

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IS THIS A SIGN OF THINGS TO COME ?

Wednesday, 1 June 2016 CoreLogic Monthly Home Value Index The CoreLogic May Home Value Index reported a 1.6% rise in capital city dwelling values over the month, taking values 5.0% higher over the calendar year to date. Dwelling values across the combined capital cities of Australia rose by 1.6% in May House values drove most […]

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