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Expats: How they cope with rental prices, says expert

Agents recently revealed how expats, being forced to return home amid COVID-19 pandemic, cope with rental prices. The idea supports “Expats new to Australia will not only need to find a suitable property for their needs but they will also need to choose the right area or suburb to live in. For this reason, most expats prefer renting property in Australia before they buy; a … Continue reading Expats: How they cope with rental prices, says expert


The Business Returns

REIV to resume operation amid pandemic; Expert notes perfect timing for selling and buying After the Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced on 8 May that auctions and open homes will be allowed in a reduced capacity as one of the first suggested steps in reopening the economy, the Victorian state government has confirmed to allow onsite property auctions and open inspections to return with few … Continue reading The Business Returns

Is this the perfect time?

Experts give a GO signal to buy a new house amid pandemic The effects of corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-19) may be with us for some time and experts believe it might be the right time for families who want to purchase a new house amid this pandemic, to act now. A record-breaking of nearly “one-third of those surveyed had been considering upgrading, downsizing, shifting … Continue reading Is this the perfect time?

PM amid COVID-19

***Newsflash*** PM Bans Public Auctions, Open House Inspections in latest Crackdown While the world is combating the corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-19), the Australian Government has stepped up the fight, with further restriction in an attempt to “flatten the curve” and reduce the spread of the disease. From nationwide social distancing to frequent advertisements of proper hygiene, the Australian government has been so stern and … Continue reading PM amid COVID-19

From nothing to something: Australia’s current real estate market

Over the years, the world market has been a subject of despondency against the global economic dispute. Australia, in particular, has never been in an escapade to this fiasco where its steady state is at stake, taking a grip on the edge of mediocrity, as earlier this year Australia’s infamously expensive housing market was in freefall. This makes fudge on the head of every great … Continue reading From nothing to something: Australia’s current real estate market