Tag Archives: Property

Inflation or Not?

June 11, 2021

From pooches to second-hand cars, to homes in regional areas, to ground beef in the supermarket. Everyone has a story about how their money is buying less. Eight years ago, you could get this good girl delivered to your front for $1300. Today, or more precisely back in January, she went for $7990, and you […]

Economic Overview The world held its breath as it entered the first quarter of 2021. Despite hoping for a peaceful transition from President Trump to President-elect Biden, the US Capitol Building was stormed by supporters of President Trump on January 6. The havoc saw five people die, including a Capitol Police officer. In the wake […]

The NSW Government announced on 26 July 2020 that they will reduce stamp duties on newly built homes and vacant land for eligible first home buyers from 1 August 2020. The threshold above which stamp duty will be charged on new homes for eligible first home buyers will increase from $650,000 to $800,000, and concession on […]

The Property Obsession

June 14, 2018

It would seem never has so much been lost by so many in times of headline prosperity. What does that mean? We’re continually surprised about the inbuilt marketing characteristics of property as an investment strategy, even to people who have lost money on it. We repeatedly have people walk in our door who want to […]

Last night’s budget was notable for its lack of major superannuation meddling for once. So, in the absence of any truly significant changes, we’ve pulled out the key points for you to consider.Pensioners Older Australians who lost their pensioner concession card by the pension assets test change introduced this year – you will be getting […]

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