Archive for October, 2011

Aireys Inlet Real Estate Open Inspections October 29-31

Aireys Inlet Real Estate Open Inspections October 29-31. GREEN CREDENTIALS. The Australian government recently released a consultation Regulatory Impact Statement (RIS) on Residential Building Mandatory Disclosure (RBMD) which, if legislated, will require all existing sellers and/or landlords to provide information to prospective buyers and tenants about the energy and water performance of the home.

New lease for Alcoa at Anglesea

Today’s announcement that coal mining will be allowed to continue at Anglesea is possibly the worst in a long list of bad environmental decisions since the Baillieu government was elected, according to Friends of the Earth. The government says that the supporting legislation, introduced by the government today, will “modernise” its agreement
corporation. It should have had the courage to oppose this extension.”

Congratulations

Many of
Pierce. Jean has served many of us coffees, pies and sandwiches over the years at one of the local cafes, Skinny Legs. In the attached photos Jean is proudly showing off her silver medal which she won last week in Adelaide at the Australian National Table Tennis Championships in the over 50’s women’s team.
Congratulations Jean!

Aireys Inlet Real Real Estate Open House Inspections October 22 -23

Aireys Inlet Real Real Estate Open House Inspections October 22 -23. Home loans rise again: housing steadies

Aireys Inlet Real Estate News October 16

Aireys Inlet Real Estate News October 16

After attending a three
collapse drained the fortunes of property boom millionaires. While prices in Dublin have fallen have fallen by more than 50% on average, top-end values are down about 75%.
Click here for info on this weekends surf.
See you on the coast.

James Worssam

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Calls for stamp duty to be scrapped

The Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) has called on the government to abolish all stamp duty on residential and commercial property.
Speaking at the national Tax Forum, REIA chief executive Amanda Lynch said stamp duty has a “crippling effect” on housing affordability.
“Not only is it inefficient, it is too high and with rates ranging from four per cent to six per cent of the price of an average home (depending … Continue Reading »