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first time deal for multinational

Earlier today the #therealestate announced that its secret "Project dubbed "V" internally was well underway and the company has been working with an international consortium in a first time ever deal producing a new and exciting interface for a whole new range of Real Estate Services. However the #therealestate founder Mr Anthony Fitzgerald said in an exclusive "That the business has been succe...

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Street Smart Program Sponsorship

Introducing the Street Smart Program  The Street Smart Program is designed to educate our high school students on the Implications of drug abuse and the options available in terms of direct assistance and the educational resources  promoted by the program.  #therealestate holds high standards in the market place and supports the work of  this program as it highlights a prev...

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Long-term or short-term: what’s the best tenancy mix?

BY ADRIAN BALLANTYNE | 11 SEPTEMBER 2017 A higher proportion of short-term tenants is considered optimal for landlords. As a commercial property landlord, what’s the best and most financially rewarding tenancy mix?  Is it better to have the majority of your building’s tenants on long-term leases, short-term leases, or a combination of both?   A new report from comm...

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How to approach a commercial lease

  LEASING BY ERIN DELAHUNTY | 25 MARCH 2019   You should seek advice from your solicitor before signing a commercial lease. Picture: Thomas Drouault/Unsplash Signing a commercial lease is no trifling matter; it’s a legally-binding agreement with serious financial strings attached. A commercial lease is an agreement between the ow...

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Supply chain changes, driving industrial & logistics sector

Published: Monday 27 May 2019 | Categories: Industrial CBRE Publication   Fidget spinners. They were one of the hottest toys in 2017 and were lauded for their perceived ability to relieve anxiety. They’re also the perfect example of the increased demands being placed on supply chains to be agile and react quickly to market changes, which is in turn shaping the future design, dev...

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Petrol Station Market, 186 new projects

Published: Wednesday 29 May 2019 | Categories: Capital Markets, Development, Investment   A strong development pipeline of new petrol stations across Australia is set to create ongoing investment opportunities, despite continued headwinds about electric vehicles entering the mainstream private car market.  This is one of the conclusions from a new CBRE market review, whic...

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What is rental yield?

BY EMILY JACOBS | 24 APRIL 2018   Recent CoreLogic data revealed 3/5 of the best suburbs to invest in are in Tasmania. Picture: Getty When deciding whether to invest in residential or commercial real estate, rental yield can be one of most effective ways to determine a particular property’s potential. But what does rental yield mean and...

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Commercial Property Investment

INVESTING COMMERCIAL      BY PHILLIP WALTER | 12 APRIL 2019   So, you’re thinking of investing in commercial property but not sure where to start. Well, that’s not surprising, given the hundreds of different options available to you. The commercial property market includes service stations, car washes, industrial warehou...

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Buying a petrol station for investment

INVESTING    BY EUAN BLACK | 22 MARCH 2019 | Picture: Getty Perhaps no commercial sector in Australia sells a more in-demand product than the fossil fuel industry – and with more than 19 million registered vehicles in the country as of January 2018, that’s unlikely to change anytime soon. The country’s continued reliance on fossil fuel means that petrol sta...

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Property investment: commercial or residential?

BY EUAN BLACK | 29 MARCH 2019 Commercial property investment may look like the exclusive preserve of the rich and famous from afar, but edge a little closer and you’ll see that it’s well within many residential landlords’ grasp. That’s not to say building a strong commercial portfolio is easy. Nor that it doesn’t pose greater risks than its residen...

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How to get ready to sell

How to get your home ready to sell Before you put your house on the market, get to know your competition, the market and make sure your house is looking its best. Here are some tips to help you figure out what to do before you sell, and how to attract buyers attention. 1. Do your homework Check out the competition It’s always good to see what else is out there. Go to open h...

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Planning your next move

"There are lots of things to think about when moving house but a simple plan of attack is all you need to help things go smoothly." If you're hiring a moving company, book them as soon as you know the moving date If moving yourself, plan your transport. Hire a rental truck or trailer and start organising boxes Call your insurance company and make sure your goods will be covered during th...

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How to prepare for open homes

A house that looks its best on the day has a better chance of selling or reaching a higher price. Find out ways to make your home look good and how to prepare for your open home.   Top tips for making your home look good De-personalise Pack away your personal photographs and family heirlooms. You want buyers to imagine their own photos on the wall and say "I can see myself living...

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Showcase your home with professional video

Inject personality and life into your property with a professionally shot marketing video. How can video help sell your home? Using a professionally shot video as part of your marketing campaign gives you the ability to show your home in a fresh and different way. It gives potential buyers the chance to experience your property - and get excited about it - in advance of your viewings. ...