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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


Welcome to Spring! Traditionally Spring is one of the busiest seasons in real estate for sellers, with buyers setting themselves with a December deadline to move in.  August has proved to be another bumper month for sales with properties selling for top dollar. Properties numbers sold within our service for the month of August are as


OWEN TAYLOR Licensed Real Estate Agent 0434 834 198 First National Coast & Country An off the plan opportunity has presented through First National Coast & Country with a selection of premium three-bedroom units recently coming to the market at Ridgewaters Kiama. The units available present mountain and ocean views, showcasing country to ocean landscapes.


BUGLE ARTICLE JUNE 2021 FAVOURABLE SELLING CONDITIONS FOR LOCALS First National Coast and Country Real Estate has seen an increase to residential properties sold in the Kiama region over the past 6 – 8 months compared to previous years, this can be attributed in part to the exceptional increase in property values which is now

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