First National in the News

Moss Vale First National, we put you first

Date: 11 March 2011

Over the past two years Moss Vale First National has gone from strength to strength.

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Property market outlook patchy, but signs of recovery

Date: 11 March 2011

Denise Pinwill, Principal, First National Real Estate Beerwah expects the Queensland property market to weaken in 2011. “House price decreases of up to five per cent are expected as a result of an excess of properties on the market relative to current rates of sale,” Denise said in the 2011 First National Property Market Outlook released this week. “Some regional areas are doing well, but the majority of the state’s markets are moderating.” Denise expects apartment/strata property prices to trend downwards with marginal decreases of between one and five per cent as the market waits on many project sale properties yet to enter the resale market, coupled with less than desirable market conditions.

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Surfie is hot property

Date: 11 March 2011

North Steyne surfer Dayyan Neve has thrown himself into his new career. These days he is working the real estate market for First National in Manly and by all reports is looking very sharp in a suit and tie.

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Bourke pioneers commercial property

Date: 11 March 2011

Gold Coast Commercial Property Manager, Jamie Bourke, is breaking new ground, having been responsible for the two largest commercial property sales on the Gold Coast this year.

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Property stamp duty too taxing for families

Date: 11 March 2011

First National has joined the voices calling for a reform of state taxes, particularly inefficient ones like stamp duty, saying it is proving too taxing for working families to pay.

“Stamp duty has become nothing more than governments gouging money from those who can least afford to pay working Australian families,” a spokesperson said.

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