2018 was a year of excess. In fact, there were many times when I thought the world had completely lost the plot. But there are important lessons amongst the wreckage.
One US realty company has decided to do away with office space entirely, creating a VR island to conduct business in. Oddly, they sell real estate.
To succeed in real estate, you need something to separate you from the pack. Agents all over Australia are discovering that Christie Spaces truly adds to their bottom line.
One pioneering local developer has started construction on a project to let first home buyers into the market, instead of pricing them out. Local developer, Positive Investment Enterprise will today celebrate the start of construction of its landmark $450 million Kew Schofields residential project in the heart of Sydney’s growing north-west, approximately 50…
Your property is often your most valuable asset, but when it comes time to cash in, you need expert advice to maximise your bottom line. That’s where Mobilia Group comes in.
We’ve all sat in amazing homes with dreadful interior designs. Fortunately, the Property Styling Sisters from Mobilia Group are changing the game.
As an experienced real estate agent, Geoff Grist knows that his job is only one side of the issue. Teaming up with Vinnies CEO Sleepout, he’s looking to invest in what he finds the most value in: people.
We spoke to Real Estate maven Geoff Grist about the changes he’s seen in the last decade, and his tips for selling above market.
The housing market is going through a seismic shift, and our friend in real estate, Geoff Grist knows this well. Buyers and sellers both seek better results for themselves. But they also covet an advocate they trust.
Despite the fact that I work in the industry that gains the most from negative gearing, I’d much rather see it gone.
Not all shiny things are gold, especially when it comes to the draining world of the real estate agent – as Nic Atkinson explains.
Would you buy a house that once hosted a brutal murder? Your creepy real estate agent Ugur Nedim has a listing of the nation’s more notorious properties.
Edwina Lloyd reckons the rapid gentrification of inner Sydney means the loss of its je ne sais quoi, however, there may be a French solution…if only the State would say oui oui…