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Axing Negative Gearing… Again?

As we lead up to every federal election, there is always talk about taking a swipe at negative gearing and superannuation, in a constant effort to balance the books. The talk as of late has become more intense, and mostly directed from the opposition, when looking for ways to raise revenue.

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Published by: on February 19, 2016.

Mark Hay

Property Matters – Summer/Autumn Newsletter

Our latest Summer/Autumn edition of our newsletter ‘Property Matters’ is here. For a first look on everything happening in the current challenging market – read on here!

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Published by: on February 11, 2016.

Mark Hay

Perth Property Snapshot: 4th Qtr 2015

A lot happened in the Perth property marketing in the last quarter of 2015. Catch up with the latest news including another increase in rental vacancies.

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Published by: on February 3, 2016.

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Can Time on the Market Affect Your Home Sale?

The longer a house sits idly on the market, the less chance there is of a successful sale. Ensure your home provides a lucrative opportunity by considering these recommendations and embracing the expertise of realty specialists.

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Published by: on February 4, 2016.

Mark Hay

5 Tips for Getting the Home You Want in a Competitive Market

Everybody knows that the Perth real estate market is constantly changing. Finding the diamond in the rough can be challenging, stressful and sometimes disheartening. Here are a few things to consider and do when you’re looking for the ideal Perth investment or home.

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Published by: on January 7, 2016.

Mark Hay