First National in the News

Rural land strategy must be consistent, fair, meet needs

Rural land strategy must be consistent, fair, meet needs
Date: 1 April 2014

TWO of Wangaratta’s principal rural real estate agents say that fairness, consistency and recognition of community needs should be the key tenets of a revived rural land use strategy for the city.

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Brick wall in Glen Waverley at risk of collapse may have posed threat to pedestrians for two weeks

Brick wall in Glen Waverley at risk of collapse may have posed threat to pedestrians for two weeks
Date: 25 March 2014

A 1.8M-HIGH brick wall in Glen Waverley is on the brink of collapse, endangering passers-by. First National Real Estate Glen Waverley manager Thomas Som said he was concerned for the safety of passers-by.

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Property market is heating up

Date: 25 September 2013

Spring is always touted as the best time to sell property, and spring 2013 is certainly shaping up to one of the best we’ve seen in years.

With property markets becoming more balanced, First National Real Estate chief executive Ray Ellis said buyers and sellers are set to be winners if they follow some simple rules of engagement.

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Build grant stimulates activity FIRST-HOME ACTION STARTS

Date: 25 September 2013

Local real estate agents say the new-home builder’s grant and large pockets of land becoming available has led to a 24 per cent increase in applications to build homes in the Tea Tree Gully district.

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Spring brings record auction clearance rate

Date: 25 September 2013

The auction clearance rate for the peninsula hit a record high of 86.21 per cent during the weekend.

The strong sales were felt across all sectors of the market, with all properties selling above reserve one $220,000 above reserve.

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