If you think that buying your first property is daunting, you’re not the only one!
The AusMumpreneur Awards presented by The AusMumpreneur Network celebrate and recognize Australian Mums in business achieving outstanding success in areas such as business excellence, product development, customer service and digital innovation. The awards are designed to recognize the growing number of women who successfully balance motherhood and business in a way that suits their life and family.
One thing that we have noticed these past few months is that the pandemic has affected us all in different ways. The rise of domestic violence, especially during lock-down is a serious issue and can be quite confronting.
As the end of financial year approaches, there are several things that property investors can and should do. Now is the time to speak with your accountants and/or advisors and get organised to finish the year as best as you can.
Join the team from Active Property Investing (API) to discuss how the property market is shaping up and how to successfully navigate and capitalise on the current environment.
Join the team from Active Property Investing (API) to look at fundamental factors and how the current property market is shaping up. As the health situation in Australia continues to improve, what does this mean for investing beyond COVID-19? And how can investors prepare to take advantage of the opportunities that are starting to present itself?
The Federal Government’s announcement on the ‘moratorium on evictions’ on the 29th March raised more questions than it answered. The reason why it’s taken weeks to implement is because the changes fall under State Government jurisdiction and therefore you’ll find a big difference in the speed of delivery, rental relief, landlord support and the new rules across the states. Here are some key points to take note of.
QLD is on the verge of legislating COVID-19 policies that will adversely affect Landlords. The Real Estate Instituate of Queensland (REIQ) is lobbying and we need to ‘Have our say’ prior to these changes being heard when parliament sits on Wednesday 22nd April 2020.
During these uncertain times we need to keep up to date with information and changes without getting overwhelmed. We also need to take action well before we find ourselves in a bind.
New changes to the Residential Tenancies Amendment (Review) Act 2018 [NSW] and the Residential Tenancies Regulation 2019 [NSW] be coming to effect on 23rd March 2020 and as landlords, we need to be aware and ready.