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November 29, 2019

Hi Guys,

I hope you are both well.

Letters St

As you know, we’ve had a few new applicants through this week albeit groups of students. We are concerned about their ability to pay the utilities as the former tenant advised the gas bill was $1,800 a quarter which is very hi...

November 25, 2019

Hi Guys,

I hope you enjoyed Canberra this weekend! 

Letters St:

As you know we are working through the applications and I’ll have an update for you later today.

Your annual C02 will fall due in December, so we’ll scheduled in.

Your statements 

On the property search Richie i...

November 15, 2019

Hi Guys,

I hope you are both well.

Letters St:

The tenants have confirmed they have purchased their own home so they will be moving out by the 19-Dec 19. The first open takes place tomorrow with a $550/week ask.   

We are now including a link to your statements a...

November 10, 2019

Hi Guys,

I hope you are both well.

Letters St

The fence has been completed and $1,071.95 is now due for payment to R&S Fencing.  Please let me know how you would like to cover this.  You can transfer the funds to our trust account if you like?

Click here to view some...

November 5, 2019

Hi Guys,

I hope you are both well.

Letters St:

We undertook the routine inspection this week, and the report will be uploaded for you next week. 

Overall the property is very well cared for and presented.  

As mentioned in my email we have sourced the light globes and...

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January 15, 2020

Canberra has yet again trumped Sydney’s house rental price as the most expensive city in the nation, according to the Domain Rental Report for the December quarter 2019 released on Thursday.

December 13, 2019

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced the state government will start market sounding for a new Brisbane Live arena in the heart of the city.

July 31, 2019

The ANU's multi-million dollar precinct Kambri is just the start of the university's ambitious plans to transform its campus - and with it the city.

July 22, 2019

The boom suburbs tipped to achieve phenomenal capital growth have been revealed as Brisbane prepares for a massive jump in house prices, with buyers in these markets set to earn up to $215,000 in the next three years.

June 29, 2019

Belconnen businesses are welcoming the district's mass development but doubts linger over whether it will be able to cope with an onslaught of new residents.

June 13, 2019

Our Senior Economist, Kevin Hoang, was invited to attend the G20 Summit in Japan recently. Here are his thoughts on what he discovered.

June 06, 2019

The city centre has cemented its dominance of Canberra's economy, boasting an economy now three times higher than any other business district.

April 11, 2019

Canberra's Inner South and Inner North have experienced the highest rental growth in houses over the past 12 months, Domain data shows.

House rents in both regions have surged, up 10.3 per cent year-on-year in the Inner South and up 9.3 per cent year-on-year in the Inner North.

April 08, 2019

Wing's controversial household delivery drone service will launch into Canberra's northern suburbs by the end of this week, after the Civil Aviation Safety Authority approved the operation. 

March 25, 2019

Six-storey apartment buildings would be encouraged in the heart of Kippax under the ACT government's plan to transform the area into a major hub for Canberra's growing western region.

The Kippax group centre masterplan, released on Monday, sets out a vision to reshape the Belconnen precinct with high-density developments and revitalised public spaces and community facilities.

March 25, 2019

The ACT Planning and Land Authority has approved Wing's plans for a household delivery drone hangar in Mitchell, marking another milestone in the tech company's bid to launch its world-first  operation in Canberra's north.

March 21, 2019

Melbourne has for many years been regarded as Australia’s most liveable city. However, new data from and Ipsos reveals that when it comes to how residents actually feel about where they live, Canberra comes out on top.

February 17, 2019

Canberra didn’t follow Sydney into a major property boom and now that Sydney is falling, Canberra is steadily on the rise. This, my research tells me, is situation normal.

January 22, 2019

Installing bikes lanes, widening footpaths and slowing traffic across Braddon is at the centre of a new plan to guide the future of Canberra's best known "hipster hangout".

January 06, 2019

We’re a few days into the new year and what a year 2018 was! The residential property market has dominated mainstream media, with major markets softening, and economically, we’ve had a mixed run.

In the year ending March 31st, 2018 Victoria had the largest population growth of 2.2%, followed by the ACT at 2.1%. Click to view the state by state breakdown. 

MOVE over Sydney and Melbourne — astonishingly, Canberra has knocked our biggest cities off their perch and been named the best Australian city for travel in 2018, while surging into a list of the top 10 cities in the world.

The ABS released the latest population data figures for the 12-months (March ’16 - March ’17). Population growth is one of many drivers of property prices.

The first light rail tracks have been laid in Franklin as the government remains confident the first stage of the project is on schedule to be operating by late 2018.

Geocon, a Canberra based developer has purchased the West Block buildings in the Parliamentary Triangle with plans to turn the historic building in the Australia's most famous luxury hotel.

The increase in tourist numbers are great for the economy, which of course has a flow on effect to job creation, employment, and housing.

That price growth in Canberra has been steadily accelerating since 2013, but still failed to reach the eight capital city average of 10.2 per cent for June, driven largely by the country's two largest markets, Sydney and Melbourne, which grew by 14.4 per cent and 13.4 per cent respectively.