Kylie Stevenson

Kylie Stevenson

Kylie Stevenson’s 18 years’ experience as a newspaper and magazine journalist includes roles at The Proserpine Guardian, Mackay’s The Daily Mercury, The NT News and as a producer for ABC Radio Darwin. She is now a full-time freelance writer.
  • Industry News
    Photo of Domain ups stumps as major cricket sponsor

    Domain ups stumps as major cricket sponsor

    Domain has “upped stumps” as the naming rights sponsor for the Cricket Australia men’s test series as the property portal seeks to embrace a more targeted marketing approach in the wake of lacklustre half yearly results. The announcement that Domain would withdraw from the naming rights sponsorship comes just half way through a four-year contract…

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  • Elite Agent
    Photo of Auctions kick up a gear

    Auctions kick up a gear

    Auction activity almost doubled this week as the capital cities kicked up a gear following the traditional Christmas slowdown. CoreLogic reported 1122 homes went to auction at the weekend, effectively doubling last week’s total of 625. Higher volumes also equated to higher clearance rates with a preliminary national rate just shy of 70 per cent.…

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  • Elite Agent
    Photo of Report hopeful for future of real estate despite record low listings

    Report hopeful for future of real estate despite record low listings

    An influential property figure has accused state governments of being “addicted to the revenue” they receive from stamp duty and fees, resulting in record low listings across the country. John McGrath this week released the McGrath Report 2020, in which he claimed upgraders in big cities were paying close to $100,000 in fees and “absurdly…

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  • Franchise News
    Photo of McGrath predicts $6.5 million loss, appoints new CFO

    McGrath predicts $6.5 million loss, appoints new CFO

    McGrath Limited has announced the appointment of a new Chief Financial Officer as the company faces further losses in the final quarter of FY2019 if weak market trends continue. The company expects a full year EBITDA loss of up to $6.5 million for the year ended June, 2019, following on from an EBITDA loss of…

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