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LOW INTEREST RATES CONTINUE – LET’S PARTY
Here in Australia we are so lucky to continue to experience low interest rates. Long gone are the days of escalating rates that took people’s homes and livelihoods away from them.
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WHAT ARE CLEARANCE RATES IN REAL ESTATE TALK?
When you hear or think clearance rates you might be forgiven for thinking that there is a big sale going down somewhere and you better get in quick. Well, probably the only word in the last sentence that relates to real estate clearance rates is the word ‘sale’.
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SELF-MANAGED SUPER FUND (SMSF) – A GREAT INVESTMENT STRATEGY
Many Australians are becoming savvier about investment opportunities. With this in mind they are seeking ways to improve their retirement nest egg and reduce the flow of proceeds to the tax man—he who must be feared and revered.
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BUILDING YOUR RETIREMENT NEST EGG
When you invest in property you can relax knowing that through fire, storms, busted pipes or any other number of accidents, you can insure your asset against damage and have it repaired without forking out more cash.
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In 2013-14, Sydney's population increased by 84,200 people to hit 4.8 million, however Melbourne is closing the gap. It had the largest population growth of all capitals, increasing by 95,700 people (or 1,800 people per week) to reach 4.4 million. www.fountain.com.au
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In 2012-13, 17 per cent of 25-34 year olds had never moved out of home. www.fountain.com.au
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Australian Bureau of Statistics Building Approvals show that the number of dwelling approved fell 0.4 per cent in April 2015, in trend terms, after rising for ten months. www.fountain.com.au
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The latest Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) figures show the Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 0.5 per cent in the September quarter 2015, following a rise of 0.7 per cent in the June quarter 2015. www.fountain.com.au
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Australia's total birth rate in 2014 was 1.80 babies per woman, down from 1.88 in 2013, according to figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. www.fountain.com.au
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In Australia, male life expectancy at birth rose to 80.3 years in 2014 from 80.1 in 2013 and female life expectancy also increased to 84.4 years from 84.3. www.fountain.com.au
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