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  • Real Estate Tasmania, Australia For Sale & For Rent - First National Real Estate
    Coast LATEST PROPERTIES Most recent Tasmania Real Estate 6 Fleming Street Glenorchy TAS Need outdoor space For Rent 340 00 Per Week view 3 1 Cliffiord Court Howrah TAS 1 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE For Rent 145 per week view 1 36 Kingsley Avenue Burnie TAS ROMAINE RESERVE AT YOUR BACK DOOR For Rent 175 per week view 5 Hodgman Street Burnie TAS Handy in Hodgman For Sale 295 000 view 9 4 Quayle Street Sandy Bay TAS Almost too Convenient For Rent 380 Per Week view Please select a category Homes for Sale Rental Properties Holiday Accommodation Holiday Rentals Land for Sale Please Select a Property Type Studio Apartment Apartment Unit Townhouse House Villa Duplex Multiple Houses Semi Detached Development Site House and Land Package New Land Sub division Apartment Block Vacant Land Section Res Holiday Rental Lifestyle Acreage New Zealand Real Estate Real Estate in Auckland Real Estate in Bay of Plenty Real Estate in Canterbury Real Estate in Central Otago Real Estate in Coromandel Real Estate in Gisborne Real Estate in Hawkes Bay Real Estate in Manawatu Real Estate in Marlborough Real Estate in Marlborough Sounds Real Estate in Nelson and Bays Real Estate in North Otago Real Estate in North Shore Real Estate in Northland Real Estate in Otago Real Estate in Southland Real Estate in Taranaki Real Estate in Waikato Real Estate in Wairarapa Real Estate in Wanganui Real Estate in Wellington Real Estate in West Coast Twitter Auction Auction more RSS Feed Get the latest is Real Estate We are looking forward to our first Auction Super Saturday this week with record numbers of auction more Twitter RealEstateCast more Facebook Latest Listed Properties house in auburn unit in auburn unit in auburn house in caves beach house in endeavour hills house in gracemere house in mansfield

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  • Real Estate ACT, Australia For Sale & For Rent - First National Real Estate
    Street Charnwood ACT Opportunity Knocks Under Offer 359 000 view 16 10 MacPherson Street O CONNOR ACT The Vion Under Offer 419 000 view 1083 Smith Road Tharwa ACT A unique opportunity for a lifestyle change Under Offer Contact agent for details view 1 6 Towns Crescent Turner ACT An Exceptional Residence For Sale 650 000 view 3 12 Redwater Place Amaroo ACT Fantastic Floorplan Great Value For Sale 464 950 view Please select a category Homes for Sale Rental Properties Holiday Accommodation Holiday Rentals Land for Sale Please Select a Property Type Studio Apartment Apartment Unit Townhouse House Villa Duplex Multiple Houses Semi Detached Development Site House and Land Package New Land Sub division Apartment Block Vacant Land Section Res Holiday Rental Lifestyle Acreage New Zealand Real Estate Real Estate in Auckland Real Estate in Bay of Plenty Real Estate in Canterbury Real Estate in Central Otago Real Estate in Coromandel Real Estate in Gisborne Real Estate in Hawkes Bay Real Estate in Manawatu Real Estate in Marlborough Real Estate in Marlborough Sounds Real Estate in Nelson and Bays Real Estate in North Otago Real Estate in North Shore Real Estate in Northland Real Estate in Otago Real Estate in Southland Real Estate in Taranaki Real Estate in Waikato Real Estate in Wairarapa Real Estate in Wanganui Real Estate in Wellington Real Estate in West Coast Twitter Auction Auction more RSS Feed Get the latest is Real Estate We are looking forward to our first Auction Super Saturday this week with record numbers of auction more Twitter RealEstateCast more Facebook Latest Listed Properties house in auburn unit in auburn unit in auburn house in caves beach house in endeavour hills house in gracemere house in mansfield house in mount druitt house in mount eliza house in warana Capital Cities

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  • Real Estate Australia For Sale & For Rent - First National Real Estate
    The beginning and end of summer as well as the holiday period often produces larger numbers of people looking to change where they live Investors need to make sure their rental properties are in ship shape if they want to attract quality tenants and maximise their returns Mr Bunn said It also helps to appoint a property manager who knows how maintain the property s tenancy at the highest possible rent and who will manage the home as though it were their own Mr Bunn said First National Real Estate offers the ideal combination of professionalism experience and commitment to manage properties Our systems and processes underpin the strength of our agency and the property management services we deliver Mr Bunn said Property management at First National is more than just collecting rent or striking a deal on fees we assist in the selection of quality tenants ensure timely rental payments look for opportunities to increase your returns and minimise vacancies We strive to help our landlords maximise the benefits of investment property ownership by using the latest technologies and pride ourselves on getting the best results in the shortest time According to Mr Bunn First National has 10 steps to success for property management Accurate appraisal of a property s rental potential Presenting the property in its best light to maximise returns Advertising and marketing to ensure maximum exposure through First National s industry leading website major real estate web portals eMagazines social media and the network s exclusive award winning tenant alert database Accompanied tenant viewings to highlight special features and benefits of renting a First National managed property Receiving offers and making the process as efficient as possible Tenant selection following comprehensive screening and reference checks Preparing relevant documentation and advising tenants of their obligations and outlining conduct expectations Completing a thorough property condition report prior to the tenant moving into the property Management services to ensure peace of mind steady income regular property condition checks qualified maintenance and 24 7 emergency repairs Completion First National Real Estate manages over 90 000 investment properties throughout the cities and regional centres of Australia and New Zealand meaning the network offers some of the most experienced property managers in the country copy ends Issued by First National Real Estate For further information contact Stewart Bunn National Communications Manager First National Real Estate on0413 624 317 First National says pools make nice beds for bugs The cold winter months are behind us and as the weather starts to warm up so too does the propensity for pools to become breeding grounds for bugs First National Real Estate National Communications Manager Mr Stewart Bunn says recent research showed that 96 per cent of Australian pools take a dive in health during the cooler months leading to a build up of harmful bacteria which could affect the health of those swimming in it Untreated pools can cause real harm to family and friends with the increased levels of microorganisms algae and bacteria posing serious health risks like diarrhoea ear infections and eye and skin irritations Mr Bunn said Out of more than 1000 pool water samples recently taken across the country just four per cent of pools showed a healthy pH balance and only one in five were properly chlorinated Pool owners including tenants leasing properties with pools should take the time now to check their pools so that they can enjoy them safely throughout the warm summer months Mr Bunn said using the services of a professional technician such as the pool and spa care experts at PoolWerx to conduct regular water health and safety checks is sensible and frugal Expert services are far more affordable than it would be to seek help once the water has turned green from flourishing bacteria Mr Bunn said Not to mention the reduced emotional stress and costs associated with a loved one friend or tenant becoming sick through infected pool water First National Real Estate offers these top five tips for early season pool maintenance to ensure pools are healthy and ready for summer Check the pool equipment to ensure it is in property running order Ensure the pH level is within healthy levels Make sure chlorine levels are adequate to disinfect all microorganisms Vacuum and skim the pool regularly Organize a regular professional check up Now is also a good time to check the pool s compliance with state laws and regulations Mr Bunn said Each state and territory in Australia has laws governing pool safety that all pool owners and operators must comply with So make sure you stay safe this summer and can swim with free abandon copy ends Issued by First National Real Estate For further information contact Stewart Bunn National Communications Manager First National Real Estate on 0413 624 317 Which is best renovate or buy 11 October 2012 Current buyers market conditions may be weakening as a result of continued Reserve Bank interest rates cuts but before making the decision to become a home owner or trade up consider all your options carefully and make sure you are doing the right thing it may prove prudent to renovate says First National Real Estate National Communications Manager Mr Stewart Bunn There is no doubt there are some great buying opportunities at the moment with low interest rates and steadying property prices but for some renovating may offer more benefits Mr Bunn said A granny flat extension or updating the home to the way you have always dreamed may be more cost effective and allow you to stay in the area you have come to love and appreciate Mr Bunn said there are myriad reasons why the current home may no longer be meeting the needs of the home owner including they need more space their circumstances have changed or they just want a change of scenery But whatever the reasons are the ongoing uncertainty in domestic and international economies may make renovating more attractive so my advice would be

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  • Real Estate First National Australia - Search Rentals for Real Estate within Australia
    Property Outlook TAS Property Outlook NT Property Outlook resources Real Estate Guides Jobs Careers In Real Estate Real Estate Tips Brochure Real Estate Glossary Real Estate Twitter Real Estate Links Australian weather First National News Blog iPhone Apps National Focus Dec 2012 media National Real Estate News Local Real Estate News Let s Talk Real Estate Real Estate Video Transcripts finance Get the Right Loan More About Tax Depreciation about us History How We Put You First Quality Assurance Real Estate First National Foundation Join First National Jobs Careers in Real Estate Energy Efficiency Real Estate on Facebook First National Competitions Competition Winners Contact Us Residential Search SALE RENT MAP Twitter Auction Action more RSS Feed Get the latest news Click here for a direct feed of our latest news and updates more Twitter RealEstateCast more Facebook Latest Listed Properties unit in auburn house in croydon house in elderslie land in lynbrook land in lynbrook land in lynbrook land in lynbrook land in lynbrook house in narellan vale house in surfers paradise Capital Cities and Surrounds Melbourne Homes For Sale Sydney Homes For Sale Brisbane Homes For Sale Darwin Homes For Sale Perth Homes For Sale Adelaide Homes For Sale

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  • Real Estate Australia For Sale & For Rent - First National Real Estate
    Talk Real Estate Real Estate Video Transcripts finance Get the Right Loan More About Tax Depreciation about us History How We Put You First Quality Assurance Real Estate First National Foundation Join First National Jobs Careers in Real Estate Energy Efficiency Real Estate on Facebook First National Competitions Competition Winners Contact Us Market Appraisal What is your home really worth Establishing the actual value of your home is essential in gaining the best possible result for your sale It also requires a great deal of local knowledge and homework Your local First National Real Estate office is part of one of Australia s largest real estate networks and is ideally positioned to assist you with the sale of your home Please complete the form below and click Request Appraisal For Sale For Rent Full Name Mandatory Address in which you reside Street Address Mandatory Suburb Mandatory P Code Mandatory How would you like to be contacted Mandatory Email address Contact Number number Property to be appraised Street No Street Name Mandatory Suburb Mandatory P Code Mandatory Please provide a description of the property including number of bedrooms bathrooms land size and or conditions When do you plan to sell Please Select 4 12 Weeks 4 6 months 6 12 months 1 year Get another image Listen Get an image Enter the words above Type what you hear You are here Property Appraisal Also in this section Search for a Real Estate Agent more Real Estate Guide for Sellers more Real Estate Auction more Auction updates on Twitter more Hot Property TV Appearances more Twitter Auction Action more RSS Feed Get the latest news Click here for a direct feed of our latest news and updates more Twitter RealEstateCast more Facebook Latest Listed Properties unit in auburn house in croydon house

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  • First National Real Estate Australia - Real Estate Outlook - State of the property market
    Therefore the forecasts in this report should be taken to be indicative of anticipated market directions only First National Real Estate takes no responsibility for actions taken on the basis of this report and encourages all vendors and buyers to conduct their own research ECONOMIC OUTLOOK This economic outlook is based on industry insights and responses to the survey sent to First National State Chairs in November this year Economic activity is Australia is expected to remain relatively soft in the short term however over the medium term it should prove to be solid underpinned by strong growth in business investment The mining sector will soften as a result of ongoing uncertainty over global economies and a slow down in China s economy producing sharp falls in iron ore and coal prices This coupled with a high Australian dollar is producing challenging conditions for the economy and ultimately the Australian property market However with China looking to float its currency these challenges may not seem as daunting According to state chairs in NSW and Victoria the floating of China s currency is expected to have a positive impact on their property markets The Reserve Bank of Australia RBA remains of the opinion the Australian economy will continue its slow but steady growth over the coming year and that employment will drift modestly upwards This view is based on the underlying principle that Europe will muddle through and there is no major fallout in global financial markets The challenge for Australia will be reduced confidence in the mining sector where states reliant on mining and resources projects will be vulnerable The high Australian dollar will also prove a challenge especially for rural and agricultural sectors and where property markets expect to see a rise in foreign investor activity First National s state chairs continue to lose faith in the Australian government unanimously saying they do not believe the federal government is doing a good job of managing the nation s economy However with the exception of WA all believe the RBA is doing a good job of managing monetary policy MARKET OUTLOOK Australia s property market is definitely on the rebound however there is general consensus that the recovery is slow and gradual While low interest rates and reducing house prices have helped improve confidence to some degree it has not been enough to bring about a stronger recovery Industry data shows increases in housing finance in September and October with early data in November suggesting this trend will continue New mortgage lending is still low an indication people are saving rather than spending due to generally low consumer confidence While there have been significant gains in confidence in the latter part of 2012 job security remains top of most Australian minds and continues to hinder activity There is total agreement among state chairs that interest rates should still be cut further although most 71 think this will still not be enough to boost Australia s property market They also indicate Stamp duty along with other state property related taxes should be abolished which hopefully will be the outcome from the COAG meeting in December More government initiatives to support the first home buyer market would stimulate the market and Change in policies for new home building and approval processes are needed The majority of the network s members expect interest rates will be cut further which should help to stimulate activity further improve consumer confidence help reduce mortgage stress and ultimately begin to drive property prices ANTICIPATED DIRECTION OF INTEREST RATES National NSW Vic Qld SA Tas WA Upwards 2 14 Downwards 64 66 85 44 50 75 57 No Change 34 34 15 56 50 25 29 In the first half of 2013 the clear majority of members believe the market will steady 66 A smaller more optimistic group anticipate it will begin rising in the first half 25 of the year DIRECTION OF MARKET LAST SIX MONTHS OF 2012 National NSW Vic Qld SA Tas WA Rise 11 31 15 11 14 Steady 65 52 62 63 100 25 86 Fall 24 17 23 26 75 DIRECTION OF MARKET FIRST SIX MONTHS 2013 National NSW Vic Qld SA Tas WA Rise 25 38 38 33 43 Steady 66 55 62 67 100 50 57 Fall 9 7 50 The main reasons cited for the gradually improving market are improved affordability increasing demand stronger competition and slightly strengthened consumer confidence However any strengthening in buyer confidence is precarious at best Consumer confidence has remained stubbornly low even with the improved conditions of low interest rates While recent industry figures show an improvement this may be undermined by ongoing uncertainty focussed on a mining slow down and high Australian dollar An upswing in residential building would go some way to offset any slowdown in the mining sector Other indications the market is showing a slight resurgence include Auction clearance rates are trending above 50 peaking at 60 during the peak spring selling period up from the first six months of the year when they were running level at 50 Vendor discounting levels are slowly reducing sitting at 13 4 of all sales nationally in the September quarter The average days a property takes to sell days on market continues to fall according to 37 of members while just over half say it is holding steady at the moment ANTICIPATED AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET 2013 National NSW Vic Qld SA Tas WA Rise 9 10 8 25 14 Fall 37 45 38 42 25 72 Steady 54 45 62 50 100 50 14 The number of home sales in September stabilised nationally and was higher than the previous year In August Australia s national estimate of sales volume was 15 higher than a year ago and 13 higher across the combined capital cities With consumer confidence slowly building it is likely this will translate to a further improvement in transaction volumes a notion supported by our state chairs and members New South Wales Victoria and Northern Territory state chairs all expect sales volumes to increase and our members are also optimistic with 61 expecting sales to increase ANTICIPATED INCREASE IN SALES National NSW Vic Qld SA Tas WA Yes 61 72 67 78 50 25 71 No 39 28 33 22 50 75 29 There is a growing trend for people to purchase investment properties using their superannuation funds All state chairs except Queensland and Tasmania anticipate this increase and members in Victoria South Australia Queensland and New South Wales are all expecting this trend to continue into 2013 Western Australia and Tasmania members also expect to see this trend accelerate even more in their states INCREASE IN PEOPLE BUYING INVESTMENT PROPERTIES THROUGH SUPERANNUATION SMSFs National NSW Vic Qld SA Tas WA Yes 52 59 77 56 50 25 43 No 48 41 23 44 50 75 57 Another trend to watch is the rising numbers of vendors who are opting to sell their properties by private treaty rather than auction Across the board state chairs see private treaty as the most popular method in today s property market although in New South Wales Sydney is bucking the trend where auctions continue to be the preference Property listings are expected to increase by 42 of members however the majority 51 anticipate no change in the coming six months ANTICIPATED PROPERTY LISTINGS FIRST HALF OF 2013 National NSW Vic Qld SA Tas WA Increase 42 31 57 52 33 50 29 Decrease 7 17 11 14 Same 51 52 43 37 67 50 57 This supports industry statistics which show the total number of properties available for sale continues to increase Total listings nationally are now 2 3 higher than at the same time last year Across the capital cities total listings are 0 9 higher than they were a year ago at the time of writing this report PROPERTY PRICES In general our members are saying the market has bottomed However Tasmania proves the exception with members saying the market will continue to decline The good news for Tasmania is that this trend is expected to reverse toward the middle of 2013 HAS MARKET BOTTOMED National NSW Vic Qld SA Tas WA Yes 73 76 100 81 83 100 No 27 24 19 17 100 Given the market is at or near the bottom of the property cycle most members expect prices to remain relatively flat in the near future however an upward trend is imminent EXPECTED PROPERTY PRICES SURVEY RESPONSES Flat Increase Decrease Houses 57 38 5 Apartments Strata 62 19 19 Land 58 26 16 RESIDENTIAL As outlined in our 2012 mid year update house prices continued to stabilise across the country with some areas showing slight increases in the latter months of the year Nationally annual price growth returned for the first time since March 2011 Over the month of September dwelling values rose by 1 4 across Australia s eight capital cities the largest month on month capital gain since March 2010 Capital city dwelling values were up 2 in the period May to October 2012 suggesting a housing recovery is underway It is true to say people love a property boom However the reality is Australia needs modest growth in house prices so construction and development activity can be stimulated for a significant recovery to occur On a rolling quarterly basis home values increased over the five months May to October this year A growing number of members expect this trend will continue into 2013 with 38 saying house prices will trend upwards HOUSE PRICES National NSW Vic Qld SA Tas WA Upwards 71 52 53 54 38 Downwards 25 4 3 5 Flat 29 48 75 100 43 43 57 House price increases will be driven mainly by growing affordability the result of improved market conditions strong demand short supply and improving consumer confidence Where supply is currently meeting demand pressure either upward or downward is released keeping prices flat APARTMENT STRATA PRICES National NSW Vic Qld SA Tas WA Upwards 19 41 25 26 24 Downwards 19 7 35 2 17 50 Flat 62 52 40 72 83 50 76 Flat apartment strata property prices are again mainly due to supply meeting demand especially in SA Queensland and NSW Price increases for this sector are due to a range of factors steady supply strong demand low house prices making it more affordable for renters to become home owners and an increase in investor activity A recent report highlighted 388 towns and suburbs in Australia where the monthly mortgage repayment would be cheaper than the rent for that area based on a principal and variable interest rate Queensland had the most suburbs in this situation followed by New South Wales and Western Australia NUMBER OF SUBURBS WHERE MORTGAGE PAYMENT CHEAPER THAN RENT State Number of Suburbs Metro Area Regional Area NSW 88 41 47 Victoria 17 3 14 Queensland 147 42 105 South Australia 48 31 17 Western Australia 44 6 38 Tasmania 30 14 16 Northern Territory 11 2 9 Canberra 3 National Total 388 LAND PRICES Vacant land prices for capital cities have mostly held firm post 2008 and have risen on rate sqm basis Median land sale price Median price per sqm Sydney 286 000 573 Perth 246 000 535 Brisbane 220 000 420 Melbourne 218 000 475 Adelaide 182 000 481 Heading into 2013 land prices across both capital cities and rural regional areas are expected to remain relatively flat with some potential for upwards and downwards movement depending on the area in each state National NSW Vic Qld SA Tas WA Upwards 26 32 31 29 33 29 Downwards 16 11 31 6 50 Flat 58 57 38 65 67 50 71 Building costs are at the heart of land price decreases serving as a deterrent for building activity especially in New South Wales However government grants for new constructions should assist in areas where they are available and in areas where supply is short ACTIVITY AND GROWTH A recent national survey found almost two thirds of first home buyers in Australia think it is a good time to buy because they believe property prices are good value and interest rates are down According to industry information first home buyers represent the best opportunity for the strongest growth sector recording growth in the share of finance for the September quarter rising to 19 3 Affordability and better buying conditions will underpin home buying activity growth over the coming six months However according to First National members upgraders and investors are expected to represent the most active sectors in the first half of 2013 across the nation In South Australia and Western Australia it is expected to be first home buyers in New South Wales Queensland and Tasmania it is expected to be investors while in Victoria it is evenly split between investors and upgraders STRONGEST GROWTH SECTORS National NSW Vic Qld SA Tas WA First home buyers 26 10 8 15 50 71 Investors 32 39 42 44 17 50 Upgraders 33 34 42 37 33 25 29 Retirees 9 17 8 4 25 Almost half the members 48 expect investor activity to increase in the first half of 2013 This will be driven by improved market and buying conditions stronger investor confidence better returns and higher yields INVESTOR ACTIVITY NEXT SIX MONTHS National NSW Vic Qld SA Tas WA Increase 48 55 62 48 50 72 Decrease 22 21 8 19 17 50 14 Same 30 24 30 33 33 50 14 According to industry data investors were strong in September jumping by 8 6 in the month to be 8 8 higher than September 2011 Most of this gain was in the months just prior given investor market was mostly flat over the year TRENDS Social media is growing in popularity proving it will be a major tool for change Consumers increasingly seek property information whether buying selling or renting via the internet and other social media tools such as Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google Pinterest the web etc A recent industry survey found 15 of people said they had used their personal social media accounts to support online advertising for their properties and more and more consumers are asking agents what social media strategies they have Around 44 of members are expecting an increase in the number of mortgage defaults over the coming six months Job losses and rising living costs appear to be the main reasons for mortgage stress levels The entry level is expected to be the most active sector in 2013 especially for most members in Tasmania South Australia Queensland and New South Wales In Victoria and Western Australia the middle market is expected to be most active In line with industry sentiment the prestige market will continue to struggle for much of 2013 although 15 of members in Victoria say it will be their most active sector MOST ACTIVE SECTORS National NSW Vic Qld SA Tas WA Bargain 58 55 39 52 100 75 29 Middle 39 45 46 48 25 71 Prestige 3 15 Solar power continues to be the most popular energy efficiency feature sought by home buyers 48 followed by ceiling insulation 32 according to members MOST SOUGHT AFTER ENERGY EFFICIENT FEATURES National NSW Vic Qld SA Tas WA Drought resistant gardens 10 3 27 17 14 Solar power 48 49 55 40 66 50 29 Ceiling insulation 32 31 9 44 50 57 Ability to open windows 8 17 12 17 Eaves or window shades 2 9 4 RENTAL MARKET The rental market will continue to be a strong performer for the property market Weekly rents have been generally rising consistently across capital cities increasing by 4 2 over the past 12 months for houses and 2 9 for units The combination of lower property prices and higher rental rates has pushed rental yields higher improving the gross yield for property investors Demand and supply fundamentals continue to tighten the residential vacancy rates which are expected to remain low across most capital cities driving real rents higher Building activity remains well short of underlying house demand While upward pressure on rental yields will attract investor activity interest rate cuts along with a modest fall in house prices have driven a significant improvement in affordability across all states providing favourable conditions for first home buyers Our member survey supports this overview where 81 expect vacancy rates to remain at current levels or tighten further and 76 expect weekly rents to stay the same or rise EXPECTED DIRECTION OF VACANCY RATES National NSW Vic Qld SA Tas WA Upwards 19 21 15 11 17 50 Downwards 26 38 8 52 17 43 Flat 55 41 77 37 66 50 57 EXPECTED DIRECTION OF WEEKLY RENTALS National NSW Vic Qld SA Tas WA Upwards 44 55 15 59 50 86 Downwards 24 4 23 17 100 Flat 32 41 62 41 33 14 Strong demand will continue to underpin rental markets across Australia compensating for any weakening that may result from improved affordability turning renters into home owners Affordability however will continue to present a challenge for the Australian property market In areas described earlier where the monthly mortgage payment is typically lower than the monthly rent the rental market is very appealing for investors but tenants are vulnerable There are already areas in each state where vacancy rates are beginning to ease as a result of reducing demand such as Tasmania which is starting to have an impact on weekly rent prices However Victoria and New South Wales members and state chairs believe any easing of vacancy rates or reductions in weekly rentals is due to the natural property cycle COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MARKET Market fundamentals suggest the broader commercial property market is at the early states of a multi year cyclical upswing A robust economic backdrop will underpin tenant demand while supply will be constrained by rising development costs heightened risk aversion

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  • Real Estate Australia For Sale & For Rent - First National Real Estate
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    NT Property Outlook resources Real Estate Guides Jobs Careers In Real Estate Real Estate Tips Brochure Real Estate Glossary Real Estate Twitter Real Estate Links Australian weather First National News Blog iPhone Apps National Focus Dec 2012 media National Real Estate News Local Real Estate News Let s Talk Real Estate Real Estate Video Transcripts finance Get the Right Loan More About Tax Depreciation about us History How We Put You First Quality Assurance Real Estate First National Foundation Join First National Jobs Careers in Real Estate Energy Efficiency Real Estate on Facebook First National Competitions Competition Winners Contact Us Real Estate Glossary Real estate comes with its own set of jargon This glossary provides a list of definitions for some of the more common property related terms Select from the following A D E H I L M P Q T U Z More information Request a FREE and informative real estate guide Or watch an episode of First National TV real estate video tips You are here Real Estate Glossary Also in this section Real Estate Guides more Jobs Careers In Real Estate more Real Estate Tips Brochure more Real Estate Twitter more Real Estate Links more Australian weather more First National News Blog more iPhone Apps more National Focus Dec 2012 more Twitter Auction Action more RSS Feed Get the latest news Click here for a direct feed of our latest news and updates more Twitter RealEstateCast more Facebook Latest Listed Properties unit in auburn house in croydon house in elderslie land in lynbrook land in lynbrook land in lynbrook land in lynbrook land in lynbrook house in narellan vale house in surfers paradise Capital Cities and Surrounds Melbourne Homes For Sale Sydney Homes For Sale Brisbane Homes For Sale Darwin Homes For Sale Perth Homes For

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