Western Sydney Awards Business Winner, and Director of Active Property Investing, Emma Allen is one of several authors who have just reached Amazon’s top spot for Business Biographies and Women in Business books.
The conditions to invest in 2021 are looking promising with low interest rates, government incentives weaning out, business getting back on its feet and an increase in consumer confidence. The level of property market activity leading into the Christmas period is a good measure of what is about to come.
For many years we have forged partnerships that stretches across greater Sydney, and along the eastern seaboard, so we are absolutely thrilled to be acknowledged for Excellence in Customer Service in the Western Sydney region as it’s Australia’s third largest economy.
We have been breaking all kinds of records in 2020, and the latest RBA cash-rate drop to 0.10% is just that, another new record. At practically 0% it’s a support mechanism for our recovering economy and an attractive win in favour of first home buyers and investors trying to get a foot on the property ladder.
Spring has brought action back to the property market with a slight lift in activity across the states. Corelogic’s September figures have indicated a slowing of the downturn with Sydney values down by just -0.3% (-1.6% for the quarter); a reflection of the lock-down in Melbourne with values down -0.9% (-3.3% for the quarter); but Brisbane making headway up +0.5% (and neutral for the quarter).