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Investment Property Turned Cannabis Farm

By Sharon Fox-Slater on 31 Aug 2015 No Comments

Can you really protect yourself from bad tenants destroying your investment property? Find out what happened to an unsuspecting landlord in Geelong when he rented out his investment property and had undertaken all reasonable checks, including citing drivers’ licences and previous rental history. ...

Melbourne Auction Results – August 31st, 2015

By Peter Sarmas on 30 Aug 2015 No Comments

Could this Spring’s auction market surpass 2014? Peter Sarmas discusses the impact of last week’s stock market correction on this weekend’s auction results. He also looks at recent predictions made around the performance of Melbourne’s property market this Spring. ...

Melbourne Property Market Update – August 29th, 2015

By Peter Sarmas on 29 Aug 2015 No Comments

Despite a median house price of $706,000 and apartment price of $545,500, many of Melbourne’s desirable suburbs boast homes for $200,000-plus. In this week's property market update we find out where Melbourne's affordable suburbs are and we also look at how coastal flooding due to climate change could put homes, business and roads worth $226 billion at risk. ...

Construction Rebound…For Now

By Pete Wargent on 27 Aug 2015 No Comments

The ABS released its Construction Work Done figures for the June quarter, which showed total construction for the quarter rebounding by +1.6 per cent to a seasonally adjusted $49.8 billion. Pete Wargent looks at the ABS data including the mining rebound in WA, building by State and residential building by State. ...

Has The Paleo Diet Got It Right?

By Trevor Chetcuti on 26 Aug 2015 No Comments

Have you made the move towards the paleo diet? Trevor Chetcuti of Spinewise gives us an insight into the Paleo Diet and the medical facts! He also discusses the health impacts of foods such as dairy, gluten, grains and lactose. ...

Melbourne Auction Results – August 24th, 2015

By Peter Sarmas on 23 Aug 2015 No Comments

Is your postcode on the credit watchlist? Banks are reassessing their loan books and pricing in “risk” in the event of an economic downturn and/or interest rate hike. Peter Sarmas looks at the "risk factors" affecting households in our current property market. ...

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