Angela Naumovska

Angela Naumovska is an in-house features writer for Elite Agent Magazine. Angela has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication and Media Studies and a specialist interest in flying helicopters and is a student of Brazilian jiu-jitsu.
  • The Power 50  is a list of ‘movers, shakers and shapers’ put together by News Mail in association with Central Queensland University. More than 100 names were put forward for consideration in the selection of the region’s most influential, which were then reduced to a top 50. Scott Mackey rounded off the list last year at #50 and this year…

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  • Ray White have kicked off the first quarter of 2019 with a bang, holding its biannual training event, Ignite19, in each capital city earlier this month. The exciting program features inspirational keynote speakers as well as special sessions to help agents excel. The focal messages of this year’s Ignite were to live a life beyond fear and how to adapt…

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  • The annual Australasian Real Estate Results Awards (ARERAs), honouring the top real estate network results in 2018, was held on 25 February 2019 in Sydney. We caught up exclusively with the team at Peake Agency after being awarded the Marketing Campaign of the Year and Boutique of the Year awards collectively. Coming off a win from last year’s ARERA awards…

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  • CoreLogic released its February home value index results showing a a fall of 0.7%, across the combined capitals increasing the cumulative decline to -6.8% since values last peaked in October 2017. Head of research at CoreLogic, Tim Lawless said, “The fact that we are seeing weakening housing market conditions across regions where home values were previously rising at a sustainable…

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  • rent.com.au (ASX:RNT) released their half-year results this week, showing improved revenue for 2018 was $1.05 million with a net EBITDA loss of $1.3 million, a 21.5 per cent improvement on losses reported in the previous financial year. The Group say they have continued to realise a savings benefit from ongoing search engine optimisation and other work done in previous periods…

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    At the request of the Hon. Anthony Roberts, Minister for Planning and Housing, an investigation was carried out into the causes of structural damage to the Opal Tower in Sydney Olympic Park, which was first observed in late December 2018. The first report stated that the Opal Tower was overall structurally sound and was not in any apparent danger of collapse,…

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  • With more than 18 years experience, Mr Hadfield believed every sale and property management transaction was an opportunity for his team to exceed their client expectations and deliver an excellent outcome. “Locally we’ve been here for around 30 years so we hold strong connections with our local community. My team will continue to provide, and increase, the quality of service…

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    REIWA has commended the McGowan Government on its decision to approve the City of Fremantle’s amendments to its Local Planning Scheme to enable greater housing choice. The plan states that lots between 600 and 750 square metres will now be allowed a maximum of three dwellings, including existing dwellings. While lots over 750 square metres will be allowed an additional dwelling…

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  • RE/MAX Australia have announced its top performers of 2018, as more than 450 agents made their way to The Star on the Gold Coast last night. The evening formalities hit off with the announcement of the networks ultimate individual honour, The Eagle Award. The prestigious award went to siblings Travis and Tandi Gill, broker-owners of RE/MAX Advantage, located in Brisbane’s bayside…

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  • National Australia Bank’s digital subsidiary UBank, looks set to launch the world’s first digital human. UBank has named it’s newest member MIA (My Interactive Agent), who will look to target the home loan sector. Mia is enabled with voice detection and situational awareness, whilst also being able to respond to questions 24 hours a day. These specific characteristics have been…

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    It isn’t hard to forget the dual evacuations of the Opal Tower residents in Sydney Olympic Park in late December 2018. Today the Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation Matt Kean announced a new set of reforms which will be brought into action. The reforms which were announced on Sunday, include the appointment of a Building Commissioner who will become the…

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  • After a decade of absence from the New Farm district in Brisbane, real estate duo Peter and Karen Hutton are thrilled to announce a comeback to their old stomping ground. The new Hutton & Hutton office has opened on the corner of Brunswick Street and Merthyr Road in November 2018, placing them in the heart of the Brisbane area. CEO…

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