March 2020

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Contributed By: Nick Buick on

Last week I met (virtually) with the Brisbane based software development start-up, Hutly (formerly known as Igloo) responsible for the development of a system called One Touch for RealWorks. They gave me a pre-launch preview of One Touch to discuss its suitability for our onsite managers. I was impressed and excited by what I saw, and am convinced this will rapidly become the industry standard for tenancy agreements. In an Australian first, this incredible system allows, at no cost, tenancy agreements to be issued and signed digitally. Once a lease agreement has been completed by the onsite manager in RealWorks, they send this to theRead More →

Contributed By: RealEstate.com.au on

Get filming, as you can start uploading your digital inspections today! These will appear within the ‘inspections’ section on your Buy and Rent listings on the realestate.com.au from today, and the App in coming weeks.  Samples of walk throughs – Sale property  https://www.realestate.com.au/property-house-vic-footscray-133045462Rental property  https://www.realestate.com.au/property-house-qld-brassall-428637838 Tips on creating a great digital inspection –  https://agent.realestate.com.au/digital-inspections Lighting and external noise Keep it short Captions Must be in YouTube format Remember our photographers can produce these for you very affordably. Ask me about this service on 0407769944 How to load your video or a 3D tour to your listing – Simply load these into the Virtual Tour or Include Video fields at the bottom of the photographyRead More →

Contributed By: Mike Phipps Finance on

Your Small Business Borrower Rights Wow, how time flies. Would you believe it’s just over a year since the tabling of the Final Report of the Banking Royal Commission (it’s got a way longer official name, but you know what I’m talking about). I’m sure you would all agree that we are certainly enjoying the positive outcomes of the millions spent with fast and effective credit processes, improved banking industry culture and transparency and a customer interest first approach… or maybe not. In any event the circus that was the royal commission did divert attention from an earlier report that, for business borrowers, has farRead More →

Contributed By: Patrick Bell FNX FInance on

Patrick Bell from FNX Finance has released his 9th series snapshot based on TheOnsiteManager.com.au database. His analysis below: Management Rights For Sale – Market Analysis January 2020 Letting Pool Coverage – proportion of the total units to those within the Pool. Agreement Coverage – refers to % of total agreement term available upon purchase.Read More →

Contributed By: Resort Brokers on

One of ResortBrokers best performing agents has made a move from her previous patch in far North Queensland to set up as a management rights specialist on the Sunshine Coast. In the three years she’s been with ResortBrokers in the far north, Chenoa has racked up an impressive $28 million in sales from 19 deals and is now looking to continue that success in her new zone. She joins ResortBrokers Senior Executive Glenn Millar as the company’s second specialist on the Sunshine Coast. Her track record speaks for itself. In November 2019, Chenoa achieved the highest multiplier (above 4.5X) in her region in recent yearsRead More →

Contributed By: Nick Buick on

I sit on a BC Committee for a complex in Teneriffe that has 97 lots in the building. Each lot has underground car spaces that are on-title (ie: Not common property). The car spaces are in a secure parking garage, but they are open-plan (not individually enclosed). Over the years the committee has struggled significantly to keep parking garage clean of refuse and debris that lot owners and their tenants bring into their car space and store there. Everything from old couches, cardboard boxes, tool chests to rusting car bodies is being housed in various car spaces and making a real mess of the complex.Read More →