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Scoop.co.nz
First Home Buyers Active Over Summer BreakThursday, 11 February 2016, 12:49 pmPress Release: Real Estate Institute Of New
First Home Buyers Active Over Summer Break
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 minutes ago
Thursday, 11 February 2016, 12:49 pmPress Release: Real Estate Institute Of New ZealandSummary• 5,048 dwellings sold in New Zealand in January 2016, up 4.3% on... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
NZ dollar holds gains after Yellen sticks to rate hike planThe New Zealand dollar held on to its gains after Federal Reserve chairwoman Ja
NZ dollar holds gains after Yellen sticks to rate hike plan
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 4 hours ago
The New Zealand dollar held on to its gains after Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen signalled the US central bank still intends to continue tightening monetary policy, although conditions had become less supportive. The kiwi was trading at... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tasmanian property market best in five years: REITTasmanian property market best in five years, with Hobart prices jumping 8 per
Tasmanian property market best in five years: REIT
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 18 hours ago
Tasmanian property market best in five years, with Hobart prices jumping 8 per cent The Real Estate Institute of Tasmania (REIT) expects property prices to keep rising, after the local market experienced its best year in five years. Over 9,000... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Vacancy rate hike will help Mackay renters negotiateSOARING Mackay vacancy rates have given renters negotiating powers they haven't
Vacancy rate hike will help Mackay renters negotiate
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
SOARING Mackay vacancy rates have given renters negotiating powers they haven't had in years. Ray White Mackay owner Chris Laval believes that's the good news to draw from Real Estate Institute of Queensland data released yesterday which shows... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Divergence in rural property marketAs part of the ANZ Agri-Focus, Mr Bagrie said dairy cash flow forecasts continu
Divergence in rural property market
Otago Daily Times / Posted 2 days ago
As part of the ANZ Agri-Focus, Mr Bagrie said dairy cash flow forecasts continued to flag continued financial stress into 2017, which would weigh on buyer expectations. The flipside was elevated vendor expectations, which usually took a while to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
WA's top end endures more house pricing pain; turnover slows statewideWA real estate: More pain for state's north as turnover slows statewide The la
WA's top end endures more house pricing pain; turnover slows statewide
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
WA real estate: More pain for state's north as turnover slows statewide The latest real estate data for Western Australia has confirmed a gloomy outlook in the state's Pilbara region. Amid small rises and falls in the median house price across the... Read more
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The Courier
Ballarat still the place for cheaper housingLOCAL leaders say Ballarat remains an appealing, affordable alternative to majo
Ballarat still the place for cheaper housing
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
LOCAL leaders say Ballarat remains an appealing, affordable alternative to major cities. PLACE TO BE: Ballarat's quality services and affordable housing price continue to attract buyers. LOCAL leaders say essential services, like education and... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
REINZ Announces New Regional DirectorTuesday, 2 February 2016, 2:03 pmPress Release: REINZ The Real Estate Institute
REINZ Announces New Regional Director
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 8 days ago
Tuesday, 2 February 2016, 2:03 pmPress Release: REINZ The Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) has appointed BayleysLocations, Queenstown General Manager, Gail Hudson... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
REINZ announces new regional directorThe Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) has appointed BayleysLocations
REINZ announces new regional director
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 8 days ago
The Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) has appointed BayleysLocations, Queenstown General Manager, Gail Hudson to the REINZ Board. “Following a period of representing REINZ as a District Forum leader for the Queenstown Lakes area and her... Read more
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News.com.au
Council plays hardball over rate defaultsPalmerston council is proposing to sell 17 lots of private land to recover mone
Council plays hardball over rate defaults
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
Palmerston council is proposing to sell 17 lots of private land to recover money for properties behind on rate payments. PICTURE: Supplied PALMERSTON council is “cracking a walnut with a sledgehammer” by proposing to sell 17 lots of private land to... Read more
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Real Estate Business
Property marketing raises ‘serious privacy concerns’The Real Estate Institute of NSW (REINSW) told a state government review into t
Property marketing raises ‘serious privacy concerns’
Real Estate Business / Posted 9 days ago
The Real Estate Institute of NSW (REINSW) told a state government review into the Residential Tenancies Act 2010 that the act should have provisions covering the use of photos and videos of tenanted properties that are put up for sale. “It is in... Read more
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Real Estate Business
Industry leader calls for better regulationReal Estate Institute of NSW (REINSW) chief executive Tim McKibbin told REB tha
Industry leader calls for better regulation
Real Estate Business / Posted 10 days ago
Real Estate Institute of NSW (REINSW) chief executive Tim McKibbin told REB that real estate needs a specialist regulator because it is “unquestionably the most important industry” in the state. “If this was private enterprise, the biggest client... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Review pushes for higher standards for real estate agentsPROSPECTIVE real estate agents should have to attain a higher level of educatio
Review pushes for higher standards for real estate agents
Daily Examiner / Posted 10 days ago
PROSPECTIVE real estate agents should have to attain a higher level of education under the Real Estate Institute of NSW's proposed new rules. A review of property services training in NSW has revealed 80% of new entrants never forge a career in the... Read more
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Northern Star
Review pushes for higher standards for real estate agentsPROSPECTIVE real estate agents should have to attain a higher level of educatio
Review pushes for higher standards for real estate agents
Northern Star / Posted 10 days ago
PROSPECTIVE real estate agents should have to attain a higher level of education under the Real Estate Institute of NSW's proposed new rules. A review of property services training in NSW has revealed 80% of new entrants never forge a career in the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Auckland house prices catapulted record 52% in 4 yearsThe Reserve Bank has quantified the extraordinary pace and effect of housing pr
Auckland house prices catapulted record 52% in 4 years
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 10 days ago
The Reserve Bank has quantified the extraordinary pace and effect of housing price rises in the Super City. Photo / Andy Dean Auckland's recent house price rises have been unprecedented, up 52 per cent in the last four years compared with elsewhere... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tenants dig deep for place to call home - Rental PropertySteadily rising rents put pressure on young people struggling to save deposit.
Tenants dig deep for place to call home - Rental Property
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 days ago
Steadily rising rents put pressure on young people struggling to save deposit. Louis Olsen-Stahl, 22, left, and Vishi Virmani, 22. Photo / Steven McNicholl Auckland rents are surging - further bad news for young professionals locked out of the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Tenants dig deep for place to call homeSteadily rising rents put pressure on young people struggling to save deposit.
Tenants dig deep for place to call home
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 days ago
Steadily rising rents put pressure on young people struggling to save deposit. Louis Olsen-Stahl, 22, left, and Vishi Virmani, 22. Photo / Steven McNicholl Auckland rents are surging - further bad news for young professionals locked out of the... Read more
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News.com.au
Vendor throws car in with his unitA DARWIN vendor has thrown a car in with his city-side apartment so it stands o
Vendor throws car in with his unit
News.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
A DARWIN vendor has thrown a car in with his city-side apartment so it stands out from the pack. The top-floor Stuart Park property comes with three bedrooms, two balconies and a shiny new Suzuki Swift. Selling agent Anthony Fotiades from LJ Hooker... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Ex-mayor Julie Boyd joins REIQ board as directorFORMER Mackay mayor Julie Boyd has joined the Real Estate Institute of Queensla
Ex-mayor Julie Boyd joins REIQ board as director
The Daily Mercury / Posted 12 days ago
FORMER Mackay mayor Julie Boyd has joined the Real Estate Institute of Queensland board as a director. Alongside Anita Brown, they increase the Board of Directors from seven to nine. REIQ chairman Rob Honeycombe said the pair would bring... Read more
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News.com.au
Darwin house prices remain steadyHOUSE prices in Darwin remain steady, despite the latest market report that sho
Darwin house prices remain steady
News.com.au / Posted 14 days ago
HOUSE prices in Darwin remain steady, despite the latest market report that shows a 30 per cent drop in the volume of sales during 2015. The Real Estate Institute NT says the slowdown in sale volume is due to the scrapping of the NT Government’s... Read more
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The Courier
Higher house price rises than metro areasCruising along: Real estate agent Allister Morrison says sales stats back up hi
Higher house price rises than metro areas
The Courier / Posted 14 days ago
Cruising along: Real estate agent Allister Morrison says sales stats back up his experience of a strong final quarter in 2015. PICTURE: Luka Kauzlaric More people are getting away from Melbourne’s tough property market by coming to Ballarat,... Read more
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The Courier
Ballarat outpaces metros house pricesCruising along: Real estate agent Allister Morrison says sales stats back up hi
Ballarat outpaces metros house prices
The Courier / Posted 14 days ago
Cruising along: Real estate agent Allister Morrison says sales stats back up his experience of a strong final quarter in 2015. PICTURE: Luka Kauzlaric More people are getting away from Melbourne’s tough property market by coming to Ballarat,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Key's state of the nation - full speechPrime Minister John Key talks with Michael Barnett Chef Executive of the Auckla
Key's state of the nation - full speech
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Prime Minister John Key talks with Michael Barnett Chef Executive of the Auckland Chamber of Commerce meeting at the Langham Hotel. Photo / Greg Bowker Prime Minister John Key delivered his eighth state of the nation speech as Prime Minister. Here... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
First home buyers squeezed out of the Auckland marketWednesday, 27 January 2016, 12:31 pmPress Release: Roost Home Loan Affordabilit
First home buyers squeezed out of the Auckland market
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 15 days ago
Wednesday, 27 January 2016, 12:31 pmPress Release: Roost Home Loan Affordability Report First home buyers have been getting squeezed out of the Auckland market for more than two... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Prime Minister's Speech to Auckland Chamber of CommerceIt’s our first FTA with the largest and third-largest economies in the world –
Prime Minister's Speech to Auckland Chamber of Commerce
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 15 days ago
It’s our first FTA with the largest and third-largest economies in the world – the United States and Japan.It will eliminate tariffs on 93 per cent of exports to our new FTA partners – the United States, Japan, Canada, Mexico and Peru.Successive New... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Fewer expect NZ house prices to riseWill house prices keep rising as before? Fewer New Zealanders think the boom wi
Fewer expect NZ house prices to rise
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
Will house prices keep rising as before? Fewer New Zealanders think the boom will keep going. Photo / Getty Fewer people are expecting house prices to rise and the trend is particularly marked in Auckland. The latest ASB Housing Confidence Survey... Read more
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Real Estate Business
Adelaide property prices hit record levelsThe city’s median price reached $435,000 at the end of 2015 after growing 2.4 p
Adelaide property prices hit record levels
Real Estate Business / Posted 15 days ago
The city’s median price reached $435,000 at the end of 2015 after growing 2.4 per cent over the year and 1.2 per cent over the final quarter, according to the Real Estate Institute of South Australia (REISA). The suburbs with the largest annual... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Fewer expect house prices to riseThe latest ASB Housing Confidence Survey out today showed a 25 per cent drop in
Fewer expect house prices to rise
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
The latest ASB Housing Confidence Survey out today showed a 25 per cent drop in the number expecting rises. Photo / Getty Images Fewer people are expecting house prices to rise and the trend is particularly marked in Auckland. The latest ASB... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Stalled Gladstone housing development has silver liningIT IS no secret Gladstone's housing market was put through the ringer last year
Stalled Gladstone housing development has silver lining
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
IT IS no secret Gladstone's housing market was put through the ringer last year. And, with the number of vacant houses collecting dust around town, it's not surprising residential developments have slowed to a trickle. But there is a silver lining:... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Australia Day honours: Mark Brimble's cruise ship campaign rewardedMark Brimble has spent nearly 14 years campaigning for greater safety on cruise
Australia Day honours: Mark Brimble's cruise ship campaign rewarded
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 days ago
Mark Brimble has spent nearly 14 years campaigning for greater safety on cruise ships, after the death of his ex-wife Dianne. Photo: Bradley Kanaris When Dianne Brimble died, in the most humiliating of circumstances, aboard the cruise ship Pacific... Read more
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The Border Mail
Australia Day honours 2016: real estate agent Valda Walsh at home helping charitiesYou know someone has made an impact in their industry when former treasurer Pet
Australia Day honours 2016: real estate agent Valda Walsh at home helping charities
The Border Mail / Posted 16 days ago
You know someone has made an impact in their industry when former treasurer Peter Costello mentioned them in the traditional budget breakfast. You know someone has made an impact in their industry when former treasurer Peter Costello mentions them... Read more
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The Courier
Australia Day honours 2016: real estate agent Valda Walsh at home helping charitiesYou know someone has made an impact in their industry when former treasurer Pet
Australia Day honours 2016: real estate agent Valda Walsh at home helping charities
The Courier / Posted 16 days ago
You know someone has made an impact in their industry when former treasurer Peter Costello mentioned them in the traditional budget breakfast. You know someone has made an impact in their industry when former treasurer Peter Costello mentions them... Read more
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News.com.au
Honoured: Great Aussies who won a gongSue Alberti, pioneer of women's sport, an advocate of medical research and West
Honoured: Great Aussies who won a gong
News.com.au / Posted 16 days ago
Sue Alberti, pioneer of women's sport, an advocate of medical research and Western Bulldogs board member. Picture: David Caird. ENTERTAINERS, sports heroes, philanthropists, scientists and more, here are some of the Aussie legends recognised for a... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
House prices 'blow to confidence' says Property CouncilAre the high Auckland house prices highlighted by the latest Demographia survey
House prices 'blow to confidence' says Property Council
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 16 days ago
Are the high Auckland house prices highlighted by the latest Demographia survey a blow to confidence? That's the view of the Property Council’s chief executive Connal Townsend. But is it shared by house buyers in Auckland? Real Estate Institute... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Booming market drives house salesTracey Whittaker in front of her newly purchased three-bedroom home in Kamo. Ph
Booming market drives house sales
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 days ago
Tracey Whittaker in front of her newly purchased three-bedroom home in Kamo. Photo / Michael Cunningham A burgeoning housing market - with sales up almost 40 per cent - has worked wonders for Whangarei mother Tracey Whittaker who sold her house and... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Fonterra sees more dairy farmer pain before revivalSpierings says it's a question of who can adapt best to volatility and lower pr
Fonterra sees more dairy farmer pain before revival
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 days ago
Spierings says it's a question of who can adapt best to volatility and lower prices. Theo Spierings is focused on recovery of dairy demand. Photo / Jason Oxenham Fonterra chief executive Theo Spierings said more pain lies ahead for farmers as dairy... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Investors' love of the coast to keep property growth steadyTHE northern New South Wales coastline has proved a hit with property investors
Investors' love of the coast to keep property growth steady
Daily Examiner / Posted 19 days ago
THE northern New South Wales coastline has proved a hit with property investors, with further steady price growth predicted for the coming year. Real Estate Institute of NSW president John Cunningham said Byron Bay was the region's best performing... Read more
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Northern Star
Investors' love of the coast to keep property growth steadyTHE northern New South Wales coastline has proved a hit with property investors
Investors' love of the coast to keep property growth steady
Northern Star / Posted 19 days ago
THE northern New South Wales coastline has proved a hit with property investors, with further steady price growth predicted for the coming year. Real Estate Institute of NSW president John Cunningham said Byron Bay was the region's best performing... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say policeThe rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say police
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 19 days ago
The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to launder millions of dollars in drug money in Australia, according to police. The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to... Read more
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The Young Witness
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say policeThe rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say police
The Young Witness / Posted 19 days ago
The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to launder millions of dollars in drug money in Australia, according to police. The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to... Read more
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Western Advocate
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say policeThe rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say police
Western Advocate / Posted 19 days ago
The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to launder millions of dollars in drug money in Australia, according to police. The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say policeThe rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say police
Kiama Independent / Posted 19 days ago
The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to launder millions of dollars in drug money in Australia, according to police. The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to... Read more
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Manning River Times
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say policeThe rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say police
Manning River Times / Posted 19 days ago
The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to launder millions of dollars in drug money in Australia, according to police. The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say policeThe rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say police
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 19 days ago
The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to launder millions of dollars in drug money in Australia, according to police. The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to... Read more
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The North West Star
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say policeThe rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say police
The North West Star / Posted 19 days ago
The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to launder millions of dollars in drug money in Australia, according to police. The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say policeThe rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say police
Daily Liberal / Posted 19 days ago
The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to launder millions of dollars in drug money in Australia, according to police. The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to... Read more
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The Border Mail
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say policeThe rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say police
The Border Mail / Posted 19 days ago
The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to launder millions of dollars in drug money in Australia, according to police. The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say policeThe rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say police
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 19 days ago
The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to launder millions of dollars in drug money in Australia, according to police. The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to... Read more
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The Courier
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say policeThe rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals
Booming housing market increasingly a target for drug money launderers, say police
The Courier / Posted 19 days ago
The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to launder millions of dollars in drug money in Australia, according to police. The rampant real estate market has presented a golden opportunity for criminals to... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
First NZ downgrades Summerset to 'neutral' as Auckland's housing market coolsSummerset Group's [NZX: SUM] Auckland-centred growth plan has seen the retireme
First NZ downgrades Summerset to 'neutral' as Auckland's housing market cools
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 19 days ago
Summerset Group's [NZX: SUM] Auckland-centred growth plan has seen the retirement village developer and operator's stock downgraded by First NZ Capital analysts, who say moderation in house price growth could limit the company's ability to outperform... Read more
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