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Monthly Archive for July, 2017

Winter Gardening – the Basics

As the cooler weather sets in, it’s easy to forget about the garden and stay indoors where it’s warm and cosy. To get the most out of your garden come spring time though, there are several jobs that can be completed over winter. Firstly, if you have a lawn area, now is an opportune time […]

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The cold weather hasn’t dampened Melbourne’s property market with the citywide median house price increasing for the fifth consecutive quarter. New REIV data shows the metropolitan Melbourne median house price rose 2.9 per cent in the three months to June 30, to $822,000.    The city’s middle and outer suburbs were the main growth drivers in […]

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  Australian vendors selling a property for more than $750,000 must prove they are not a foreign resident by obtaining a clearance certificate through the ATO from July 1. Here’s why: Several years ago, the Federal Government introduced measures to curb overseas investment in Australian residential property. The goal was to deter these investors from […]

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RBA Leaves Rates On Hold

At its meeting today, the Board decided to leave the cash rate unchanged at 1.50 per cent. Headline inflation rates, having moved higher over the past year, have declined recently in response to lower oil prices. Wage growth remains subdued in most countries, as does core inflation. Further increases in US interest rates are expected […]

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