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Whether you’ve been dusting the cobwebs off your dancing shoes, office shoes or gym shoes recently, we’re all finding ourselves getting deep into our regular busy lives, so it’s never been more important to not lose focus on putting your wellbeing first. Particularly as we head into the cooler months where hibernating on the couch,


The month of May has remained steady, with 18 new listings and 7 sales amongst our agents. Achieving record results across the board with a significant spotlight on 21 Bourrool Street, Kiama selling for a staggering sale price of $8,000,000, this exceeds the previous area record by $1,675,000! We have also hit a couple of


April has been a busy month that has seen our region bustling with visitors and locals enjoying the spectacular weather we had over the Easter long weekend. Despite back to back public holidays, we have achieved combined 11 sales and 7 new listings in our three offices during the month. Sales agents Terry Digger and

March Market Update

As we wrap up another month, it is hard to believe we are already one-quarter of the way through 2022! School holidays begin at the end of this week and we are less than two weeks out from Easter. March has been no exception for our team, seeing great Realestate results continue throughout the region.

When Will Property Prices Stop Rising?

We’ve been reflecting on what’s been happening in real estate in the last quarter, but honestly, we’ve been considering more deeply how the last 18 months have impacted so many of us both in business and our personal lives. Being separated from family and friends and the continued travel restrictions have been tough! Yet, despite

How To Beat A Post Lockdown Rush

With the current lockdowns, we’ve seen a perception among vendors that they should hold off and wait for restrictions to lift before listing their property. Yet we expect a post lockdown rush. Property stock has remained low during the lockdown. However, demand has remained high like any commodity; supply and demand influence real estate prices.


TERRY DIGGERPrincipal0417 760 669First National Coast & Country Capital Gains Tax (CGT) was introduced in Australia in 1985 and specifically applies to any assett you’ve acquired since that time unless an exempt assett. It applies to property, shares, leases, goodwill, licenses, foreign currency, contractual rights, and personal use assets purchased for more than $10,000. When

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