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  • City's Population Explosion - Brad Teal Real Estate
    more than 1500 a week For the ninth consecutive year Melbourne had the biggest growth of any city in Australia Since 2001 Melbourne has gained 605 000 new residents up 17 per cent rapidly pushing out the urban boundary in every growth corridor That is far ahead of growth of 447 000 in Sydney 380 000 in Brisbane and 303 000 in Perth For the first time in almost 30 years Melbourne s population is within 500 000 of Sydney s and gaining If the growth rates of 2001 10 continued Melbourne would overtake Sydney in 2028 when each city would have roughly 5 6 million people At June 30 last year Sydney had 4 575 million people to Melbourne s 4 077 million No other city in Australia has ever recorded growth of this size It has strained the city s infrastructure and services adding to congestion on the roads delays overcrowding on public transport and waiting times in hospital emergency wards Some believe it was a key factor in Labor s unexpected loss at the 2010 state election The four fastest growing municipalities in Australia in 2009 10 were all on Melbourne s fringe Wyndham which includes Werribee Melton Whittlesea South Morang and Cardinia Cranbourne left behind all the boom areas of other states with their combined populations growing by 33 216 or 7 per cent Wyndham alone added 12 600 people last year matching Victoria s entire population growth at one point during the Kennett government Since 2001 it has added almost 70 000 people roughly equal to adding a city the size of Bundaberg to Melbourne s south west fringe Last year its growth in absolute numbers almost matched that of the Gold Coast It puts pressure on the Baillieu government to press on with the

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  • Auction Or Private Sale - What’s Right For You? - Brad Teal Real Estate
    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 Auction Or Private Sale What s Right For You Published Monday 7 March 2011 Being one of the first questions that is considered often even before visiting your real estate agent the choice of a private sale or auction to sell your property is an important decision Both myth and speculation have historically surrounded this and at times the right decision seems hard to determine Preparation can initially start at home Firstly all parties involved need to feel comfortable with the options being such an important part of your real estate journey it s important to understand the benefits of each The first step is to create a list of your property sale goals what would you like to achieve A basic yet accurate snapshot of your objectives this is a fantastic tool to bring to your first agent meeting to further ensure that they can work with you to help make this decision To help you choose between the two sale types and create your sale goals we have compiled the features of each below Auction An auction involves a three pronged sales push as the vendor has the opportunity to sell their property before auction on the day of auction or in the event the property is passed in directly after auction Works particularly well with properties in highly desirable areas where competition between buyers is expected to be high Auction day can create a competitive bidding

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  • Melbourne Records Six Years Below 3% - Brad Teal Real Estate
    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 Melbourne Records Six Years Below 3 Published Tuesday 1 March 2011 Latest News from The REIV Article http www reiv com au news details asp NewsID 1045 After a minor improvement last month the level of rental vacancies decreased again in both metropolitan and non metropolitan areas The vacancy rate in Melbourne was two per cent in January down from 2 3 per cent in December It is now exactly six years since the rate was above three per cent it was a balanced market in January 2005 when 3 3 per cent was recorded The area with the fewest vacancies in Melbourne is the

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  • New Data Shows First Home Buyers Need A Boost - Brad Teal Real Estate
    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 New Data Shows First Home Buyers Need A Boost Published Monday 21 February 2011 Latest News from The REIV Article http www reiv com au news details asp NewsID 1043 According to data available from the Victorian Government the number of first home buyers has reduced substantially in the past year In 2009 there were 50 772 grants given to first home buyers an average of 4 231 a month In 2010 that dropped to 34 386 an average of 2 864 per month In the first month of 2011 there were 2 316 grants given 45 per cent less than 2009 The Victorian Government provides lower levels of assistance for buyers of existing homes than to buyers of new ones and this is reflected in the data In 2008 around 80 per cent of all first home buyers bought an existing home in 2009 it fell to 70 per cent and last year it was 55 per cent It is important to note that this data only includes homes purchased for less than 600 000 or over the last year 750 000 but that is likely to include almost all first home buyers The number of those buying a new home has been stable in the past two years but the number buying an existing home

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  • Interest Rates And The Australian Market - Brad Teal Real Estate
    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 Interest Rates And The Australian Market Published Thursday 10 February 2011 Last week the Reserve Bank of Australia RBA made the decision to keep interest rates unchanged offering homeowners some reprieve with the key cash rate remaining stable at 4 75 per cent Although RBA watchers agree the next move is up they are divided over whether rates will head north this half of 2011or later in the year With the official cash rate kept on hold RBA governor Glenn Stevens said monetary policy was appropriate in view of the general macroeconomic outlook The acceleration of the mining boom and further pressure on the labour market

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  • Have Your Say - Draft Maribyrnong River Master Plan - Brad Teal Real Estate
    Vale South Strathmore and Strathmore Heights Tullamarine Taylors Hill Taylors Lakes Sydnenham Sunbury Talk to Teal Selling Why Sell with Brad Teal Recent Sales Guide to Selling Presenting Your Home For Sale E Mag Sales Appraisal Form Talk to 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 Have Your Say Draft Maribyrnong River Master Plan Published Friday 4 February 2011 The draft Maribyrnong River master plan for the section of the Maribyrnong River between the Afton Street footbridge and Maribyrnong Road will be on consultation until Friday 25th March The Moonee Valley City Council encourage all

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  • Tips To Cool Down The House - Brad Teal Real Estate
    now all curvy and gorgeous and in a range of colours and materials There s plenty that can have lights fitted on them as well and a range of products that carry low energy globes Fans can be installed with remotes or wall controllers If you are renting consider asking the landlord to fork out for ceiling fans for you or check out some pedestal fans They can do a good job too but you need a few so you that don t find yourself dragging them from room to room 2 Shade those windows Afternoon sun from the west is a killer If you have any west facing windows try to shade them with awnings screens and plants to block out the sun For north facing windows it s a also good idea to shield them from the summer sun too but any shading plants should be deciduous to block out the heat in summer but let the rays in in winter Some houses have been built without eaves the roof overhangs that are designed to shade the windows If this is your home you ll definitely need to look at some shading to the north and west quick smart The problem with the west though is that summer western sun is low in the sky which is why you also need awnings and other shadings The good old canvas awnings do a pretty good job 3 Shut it out Sometimes it s not the sun but the ambient air temperature that is heating up the house Single pane glass has little insulation value so it is worth looking at how you can create an airlock on windows to seal out the heat Sometimes relief can come from surprising quarters When we bought our house late last year it came with two aluminium shutters the type that you roll down at night I always thought they were domain of older folk who have become paranoid about security But it turns out that when it s sizzling outside they provide a perfect barrier from the heat The only problem is if it s daytime and they are drawn all the way down you have to turn a light on But that generates a lot less heat than the oven hot air seeping through the window Other options to investigate are double glazing but take care not to stop important winter warmth from entering and plastic films that can be placed over the glass marketed as window insulating kits There are do it yourself versions 4 Manage your air con Some days there s no denying that it s so hot that air conditioning is pretty much a necessary evil It s true that some locations e g the coast and some house designs very smart ones will allow you to get away with out air conditioning but for the rest of us it s a must have There s no need to run your system at arctic temperatures though Try

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  • Melbourne Median House Price Tops $600,000 For The First Time - Brad Teal Real Estate
    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 Melbourne Median House Price Tops 600 000 For The First Time Published Friday 21 January 2011 Latest News from The REIV Article http www reiv com au news details asp NewsID 1032 The REIV has released the December quarter median prices revealing that the median price of a house in Melbourne has increased by 6 9 per cent to 601 500 from a revised 562 500 in the September quarter REIV CEO Enzo Raimondo said this was the first time that the median house price had exceeded 600 000 and it was clear that housing affordability would be a key issue this year for buyers and the Victorian community Increased house prices in the last quarter and over the last two years are due to an imbalance between housing supply and the needs of our growing population This is a systemic problem with the local market and steps need to be taken to increase supply over the medium term to ensure it is not further diminished in the future With a full analysis of the sales results from last year s spring selling season it is clear that prices buyers are willing to pay increased substantially compared to the winter months Low weekly auction clearance rates did not result in reduced prices for the homes that sold and demand for homes sold by private sale outstripped those at auction Million dollar suburbs Canterbury Hawthorn and Kew recorded the largest increase in their median house price

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