First National in the News

You need to know the rules

Date: 4 September 2013

Owning an investment property is a dream of many, but without the correct checks and balances it can quickly become a nightmare at tax time.

Read more Filed under: Media / NSW News Tags: bmt tax depreciation, depreciation, depreciation schedule, first national real estate coffs coast, first national real estate coffs harbour, investment property, lisa hanlan

South West agency at top in Western Australia

Date: 4 September 2013

A local real estate agency has taken out the award for Top Sales Office of the Quarter for the second time in a row plus a flurry of other awards in Perth last week.

First National Margaret River won the honours at the First National Real Estate’s Quarterly Awards, held at the Pan Pacific Hotel.

Read more Filed under: Media / WA News Tags: awards, craig bamford, first national real estate margaret river, margaret river, maureen fowler

Kew Links a winning formula

Date: 4 September 2013

The popularity of Kew is growing as investors look outside the metropolitan box to prime lifestyle locations.

Links Estate is the latest land release for the Camden Haven and its generous land lots and value prices are proving a winning formula with buyers. Understandably in favour of the development is the board and management of the Kew Country Club. Links Estate is an easy walk to the golf course, bowling greens and clubhouse.

Read more Filed under: Media / NSW News Tags: first national real estate kew, investing, jason bignell, leanne bignell, where to invest

No bids for old library building

Date: 31 August 2013

The former Johnstone Shire Library on the corner of Rankin and Grace streets will go back on the market at a bargain basement price after it passed in at auction on Thursday without so much as a viable bid.

Read more Filed under: Media / QLD News Tags: first national real estate innisfail, ian lewis, innisfail

Buyers snapping up land at Junction Hill

Date: 30 August 2013

Subdivided states are proving popular in the Clarence Valley, with blocks of land being snapped up in multiple areas.

Junction Hill and Clarenza have proven to be hotspots, as well as Gulmarrad and Townsend.

Read more Filed under: Media / NSW News Tags: first national real estate bailey & gough, grafton, junction hill, leo cameron, rod ford
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