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  • Growth Returns To The Melbourne Market - Brad Teal Real Estate
    Form Why have Brad Teal manage your commercial property Finance About Teal Financial Services Types Of Loans Teal Financial Services Staff Profiles Finance Calculators Contact Teal Financial Services About Company Profile Careers Staff Profiles Ascot Vale Avondale Heights Brunswick Caroline Springs Coburg Essendon Keilor Pascoe Vale Contact News Articles Community Events News Growth Returns To The Melbourne Market Published Wednesday 30 January 2013 By Enzo Raimondo REIV http blog realestateview com au 2013 01 december quarter 2012 growth returns to the melbourne housing market utm source feedburner utm medium email utm campaign Feed 3A ExpertView 28Expert View 29 The REIV December quarter medians confirm strengthening demand and an increase in housing prices in Melbourne The median house price in Melbourne increased by 7 8 per cent to 555 000 from 515 000 revised in the September quarter The median price for units and apartments increased by 4 2 per cent to 456 000 from 437 500 revised Buyer confidence a key factor Strengthening demand has resulted from a combination of improved Victorian consumer confidence four interest rate cuts and the seasonal increase in activity in the December quarter Underpinning this increase has been an estimated 16 per cent increase in sales transactions in Melbourne compared to the December quarter in 2011 Overall transaction numbers remain low in historical terms and that may cause some ongoing fluctuations but if improvements in confidence continue 2013 will see improved activity and an increase in sale values Some of the higher increases in demand were recorded the more expensive suburbs where buyers have found significant value Kew Brighton East Essendon Hawthorn Glen Iris and Fitzroy North These suburbs recorded very strong clearance rates as buyers competed for well priced property Mixed results across the state The stronger growth in the upper end of the

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  • Future of Housing - Brad Teal Real Estate
    domain blogs talking property future of housing 20121204 2aso8 html Just how will we be living in 30 years Will you have a home with smart glass windows and mirrors that tells you what medication you need to take and reminds you how much exercise you should do And a house that reads your vital signs and tells you when to wake up in the morning For many people that sounds more like a nightmare than a dream That s the vision of one group who have been pondering the questions of how fast forward three decades housing will look in developed countries particularly for people who will be aged over 50 The panel brought together by insurer Apia and comprising industry representatives including Guy Luscombe head of aged design at architectural firm Rice Daubney says the humble home is about to undergo a rapid transformation In three decades homes are likely to be smaller include more flexible multi use spaces and will be driven by technology including multiple sensors and moving walls If you think the technology we have today is impressive you haven t seen anything yet says David Skapinker Apia spokesperson The future is going to be full of adults that won t be able to remember a time without touch screen phones and tablet computers You re going to start to see technology like live video streaming and conferencing integrated into windows tabletops and other surfaces The panel is also predicting the increased use of common facilities shared with neighbours and for over 50s that could mean people can stay in their homes for longer The proportion of over 50s in Australia is growing exponentially and our homes are going to have to change significantly to help us adapt to the challenges of ageing says Skapinker

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  • First Home Buyers To Benefit From 30 Per Cent Stamp Duty Cuts - Brad Teal Real Estate
    have Brad Teal manage your commercial property Finance About Teal Financial Services Types Of Loans Teal Financial Services Staff Profiles Finance Calculators Contact Teal Financial Services About Company Profile Careers Staff Profiles Ascot Vale Avondale Heights Brunswick Caroline Springs Coburg Essendon Keilor Pascoe Vale Contact News Articles Community Events News First Home Buyers To Benefit From 30 Per Cent Stamp Duty Cuts Published Monday 19 November 2012 Most first home buyers to benefit from 30 per cent stamp duty cuts Article written By Enzo Raimondo REIV http blog realestateview com au 2012 11 most first home buyers to benefit from 30 per cent stamp duty cuts The next round of stamp duty cuts for first home buyers will come into effect on the 1 st of January 2013 when the current 20 per cent discount is increased to 30 per cent This is pleasing news for savvy first home buyers who have been holding off purchasing a home Now most first home buyers whose settlement date falls beyond the 1 st of January will be eligible to receive the cut Good news for first home buyers Many first home buyers may not realise that homes bought from now onwards with 60 day settlements will be eligible to benefit from the lower stamp duty because they pay stamp duty when settlement of their purchase occurs not when they sign a contract Settlement occurs on the day the balance of the purchase price is paid and the property s title document is handed over to the buyer This means that if you are buying your first home right now and you meet the eligibility criteria and your settlement date is 1 January or later you will be eligible for the 30 per cent discount on stamp duty This is unlike the First

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  • Brad Teal Wins Best Practice Award - Brad Teal Real Estate
    have Brad Teal manage your property Rental Appraisal Request Form Transfer your property to Brad Teal Tenant Services Tenant Maintenance Request Form After Hours Tenant Vacate Form Tenancy Application Form Commercial Properties for Sale Properties for Lease Sale Property Alerts Rental Property Alerts Commercial Appraisal Form Why have Brad Teal manage your commercial property Finance About Teal Financial Services Types Of Loans Teal Financial Services Staff Profiles Finance Calculators Contact Teal Financial Services About Company Profile Careers Staff Profiles Ascot Vale Avondale Heights Brunswick Caroline Springs Coburg Essendon Keilor Pascoe Vale Contact News Articles Community Events News Brad Teal Wins Best Practice Award Published Saturday 13 October 2012 Brad Teal Real Estate has been awarded The Philip Webb Shield for 2012 This Australasian award is presented annually to a residential agency that dominates its market is recognized for teamwork and integrity and consistently exceeds the expectations of its clients In accepting the award on behalf of the agency Director Brad Teal paid tribute to the staff who have worked so diligently to achieve the standards required to win the award We celebrated our 25th anniversary earlier in the year so this caps off a great year of celebration for us

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  • You never get a second chance at a first impression - Brad Teal Real Estate
    Teal Renting Rental Properties Rental Properties Open for Inspection Rental Property Alerts Landlord Services Why have Brad Teal manage your property Rental Appraisal Request Form Transfer your property to Brad Teal Tenant Services Tenant Maintenance Request Form After Hours Tenant Vacate Form Tenancy Application Form Commercial Properties for Sale Properties for Lease Sale Property Alerts Rental Property Alerts Commercial Appraisal Form Why have Brad Teal manage your commercial property Finance About Teal Financial Services Types Of Loans Teal Financial Services Staff Profiles Finance Calculators Contact Teal Financial Services About Company Profile Careers Staff Profiles Ascot Vale Avondale Heights Brunswick Caroline Springs Coburg Essendon Keilor Pascoe Vale Contact News Articles Community Events News You never get a second chance at a first impression Published Monday 10 September 2012 It might sound cliched but it s true If you re considering selling or leasing your property this Spring don t under estimate the power of the first impression as a critical part of the process There are many ways of making your home more appealing to a potential purchaser or tenant without spending a fortune from creating a positive kerbside appeal to an internal ambience that just feels right Addressing cosmetic improvements

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  • Higher Home Values Do Not Equal Higher Rates - Brad Teal Real Estate
    Property Alerts Landlord Services Why have Brad Teal manage your property Rental Appraisal Request Form Transfer your property to Brad Teal Tenant Services Tenant Maintenance Request Form After Hours Tenant Vacate Form Tenancy Application Form Commercial Properties for Sale Properties for Lease Sale Property Alerts Rental Property Alerts Commercial Appraisal Form Why have Brad Teal manage your commercial property Finance About Teal Financial Services Types Of Loans Teal Financial Services Staff Profiles Finance Calculators Contact Teal Financial Services About Company Profile Careers Staff Profiles Ascot Vale Avondale Heights Brunswick Caroline Springs Coburg Essendon Keilor Pascoe Vale Contact News Articles Community Events News Higher Home Values Do Not Equal Higher Rates Published Friday 10 August 2012 With home owners receiving their annual rates bills right about now there is a lot of attention being paid to council valuations and how much the bill itself has changed The most common misconception is that the rates bill should not go up by more than the increase in the value of the property The fact is that the two issues are not really related your council valuation could fall yet your rates may still increase This is because the council valuation is used only to apportion your share of the council s desired rates income for the year Council first decides how much money it wants to raise from rates then divides that bill based on property values The higher your share of the total value of all ratable properties the more you will be charged in rates The important issue is how your council valuation compares to others in the municipality If one suburb s values go up while another s are reduced then the former will pay an even greater share of the council s rates income This makes it possible for

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  • What makes for the more popular investment: units or houses? - Brad Teal Real Estate
    Sale Property Alerts Rental Property Alerts Commercial Appraisal Form Why have Brad Teal manage your commercial property Finance About Teal Financial Services Types Of Loans Teal Financial Services Staff Profiles Finance Calculators Contact Teal Financial Services About Company Profile Careers Staff Profiles Ascot Vale Avondale Heights Brunswick Caroline Springs Coburg Essendon Keilor Pascoe Vale Contact News Articles Community Events News What makes for the more popular investment units or houses Published Monday 30 July 2012 What makes for the more popular investment units or houses by Tim Lawless on July 27 2012 in Housing affordability Rents Research Nationally 58 of flats units and apartments are owned by investors That is quite an amazing statistic especially when you compare that with detached houses where only 21 are investor owned Across the capital cities the proportions are even higher Darwin tops the list with 70 6 of all units being rented followed by Brisbane where 70 2 of all units are rented The lowest proportion 60 3 in Sydney is still significant I would presume Sydney s proportion is probably lower due to the city having the highest house prices more owner occupiers choose units over houses thanks to the lower entry price as well as the fact that Sydney is the most mature unit market in the country The high rate of investor ownership of apartments begs the inevitable question why Similar to owner occupiers it partly comes back to price points The unit market generally offers a lower buy in price investors face affordability hurdles too than detached or semi detached homes Based on median selling prices across the combined capital cities over the June quarter units are 12 or 59 000 more affordable than houses The gap is widest in Sydney where unit prices are almost 23 or 139

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  • Taking Property Management To A New Level - Brad Teal Real Estate
    Properties for Lease Sale Property Alerts Rental Property Alerts Commercial Appraisal Form Why have Brad Teal manage your commercial property Finance About Teal Financial Services Types Of Loans Teal Financial Services Staff Profiles Finance Calculators Contact Teal Financial Services About Company Profile Careers Staff Profiles Ascot Vale Avondale Heights Brunswick Caroline Springs Coburg Essendon Keilor Pascoe Vale Contact News Articles Community Events News Taking Property Management To A New Level Published Friday 13 July 2012 The first half of 2012 has seen some significant structural changes to our property management division Prue Bryant has joined us as Rental Department Manager bringing with her experience and qualifications gained over almost two decades in property management A large part of Prue s role to date has been to re structure our rental division to streamline our procedures and processes ultimately resulting in a higher level of efficiency and service to landlords and tenants alike Another key appointment has been that of Felicity Navuni who has re joined the company as Assistant Rental Department Manager Felicity who will be familiar to many clients from her previous role as property manager at Keilor prior to her short stint as a manager of a local

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