In a major development for the Strata industry, the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) has recently held that Biowood cladding installed externally on a Sydney building is combustible and must be removed as it is a major defect.
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CoreLogic has released the 2019 Perceptions of Housing Affordability report, delving into what Australians are thinking and feeling about property, and exploring their hopes and dreams.
Running a profitable business is never an easy feat – and it’s possible to lose sight of the bigger picture when you’re engaged in day-to-day operations.
The last 12 months have been a whirlwind of activity for REINSW’s Chapter Committees
Whether you’re marketing yourself, your agency or a property, knowing what works and what doesn’t can be the difference between reeling in a client or falling to the bottom of the pack.
The ongoing Hong Kong protests have influenced investors to look elsewhere for a stable investment environment
On and from 1 December 2019, the Contract for the Sale and Purchase of Land will be changing to coincide with reforms to off-the-plan builds.
Sydney recorded a clearance rate of 71.9% on 947 homes last week according to Corelogic.
Award-winning auctioneer, Clarence White, shares his top tips to auction day success.
A driven business owner, leader and negotiator, Daniel O’Brien is at the top of his game.
Let’s face it. Today’s consumers are ad weary, so it can be difficult to make your online real estate marketing stand out from the crowd
60 projects from across Australia have been shortlisted for the World Architecture Festival Awards, set to be held in the Netherlands in early December.
It’s been a tough year for the real estate industry, but things are beginning to look brighter. We asked two Commercial agents what challenges they’ve experienced and what they predict for the years ahead.
The increased demand for a workspace that meets not only the functionality requirements of an office, but recognizes the new expectations of the modern market, poses a new hurdle for agents looking to lock in tenants.
Established in 2006, Four Walls Commercial services the greater Newcastle area and the Hunter Valley, with offices in Newcastle and Maitland
Australian adults are some of the wealthiest people in the world. With an increasing population of ultra-wealthy investors, the property market could be in for a big shake-up.
With most banks offering interest rates at little more than 2 per cent and signs of volatility on the share market, many investors are looking to commercial property as a place to park their money and still earn a decent return.
Australia has enjoyed nearly three decades of economic growth, but a new report from the CSIRO warns that we face a slow decline
Google occupies 265 buildings in Silicon Valley – and it has a major impact on housing and employment.