June Ramli

June Ramli is an experienced journalist of more than 15 years.
  • WHAT IS IT REALLY LIKE to start your life over in a new country with a new career? Two agents, Namir Mikha of Belle Property Newtown and Jessica Chea of First National Real Estate Waverley City, immigrated to Australia each for very different reasons. Here they tell June Ramli how they’ve made a successful home …

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  • Australia needs supply not demand focused solutions to address our national affordability challenges, the Housing Industry Association said. HIA’s Deputy Managing Director, Graham Wolfe in a statement said any attempts to remove the demand for new housing would reduce supply, affordability and jobs. “While several measures announced today by Labor to address Australia’s housing affordability …

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    Key Findings Regional resurgence in coastal areas including Tweed and Wollongong, with yearly price growth to date now 13-20 percent Richmond Valley records strongest quarterly growth, up 16.4 percent Median house prices in Dubbo, Orange, Wagga Wagga and Mackay are down over the quarter There are some major market movements in the March quarter and …

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  • Master Builders Australia say they welcome changes to the temporary skilled migration program which was announced by the Government on Tuesday. Master Builders Australia chief executive Denita Wawn said providing Australians with jobs, and training the younger generation for rewarding careers, has always been their priority. “However access to foreign workers to fill immediate skills …

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  • Melbourne’s median house price has recorded its strongest quarterly price growth since 2013 to smash the $800,000 barrier for the first time, new data from the Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV) shows. The citywide median increased 7.6 percent in the first three months of 2017 to a record high $826,000 – up more than …

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  • Boutique agency Cobden & Hayson is strategically growing through Sydney’s inner urban fringe with the launch of their fifth and sixth offices in the popular Marrickville and Surry Hills areas. The Marrickville office has just opened as a full-service real estate agency with both residential and commercial and industrial sales and property management departments. The …

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  • The latest Housing Industry Association (HIA) report indicates that there has been a steady improvement in housing affordability during the opening months of 2017. HIA senior economist, Shane Garrett in a statement said that during the March 2017 quarter, the HIA Affordability index improved by 1.9 percent – and is 1.2 percent better than this …

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  • The strategic expansion at Di Jones Real Estate continues with the Northern Suburbs team growing through the appointment of high-profile agent Heath Dockary and his support team. Dockary has been recognised in the top 25 agents across the McGrath network for several years and in the top five percent of all agents in NSW. Di …

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  • RE/MAX Australia and RE/MAX New Zealand have announced a new partnership agreement with Chinese portal Juwai.com for full Chinese translation of listings. Whilst RE/MAX listings will continue to be bulk uploaded to Juwai.com in English, the new partnership provides RE/MAX agents and their vendors the option to upgrade individual listings with full Chinese translation and …

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  • House sitting just got a makeover with My Home Watch (MHW), a GPS tracked, live streamed, paid-for service that helps homeowners do a range of things pertaining to their housing needs while away from the property. From putting the bins out and looking after pets and plants to taking the mail and papers in and …

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  • The axing of the 457 visa schemes will only have some bearing on the rental markets in several parts of Sydney such as the iconic Bondi beach and upmarket suburbs like Manly, the Real Estate Institute of New South Wales (REINSW) said. REINSW president John Cunningham said there would be some areas in Australia where …

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  • Cooperative brand First National Real Estate has expanded its network of offices nationally, opening 35 new locations in the past 12 months. Much of the growth, they say, is centred in New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania and Queensland. Chief Executive, Ray Ellis, attributes the rapid increase to First National’s operating model and its membership’s supportive …

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  • One of South Australia’s largest independent and family-owned agencies, Turner Real Estate, has added to its leadership team with new appointments for Lachlan Turner and Emma Slape earlier in the month. Lachlan Turner, now Managing Director, will take over from his father Robin Turner, who in addition to running this business is also a long time …

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  • What makes an average Australian? The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released preliminary results ahead of the overall result due in June. In the meantime, the 2016 Census has revealed the ‘typical’ Australian is a 38-year-old female who was born in Australia and is of English ancestry. She is married and lives in a couple …

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