Hot Property: The biggest real estate headlines of the week from March 29 to April 2
6:35 am, April 6, 2021
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The weekly roundup of Momentum Media’s biggest real estate news stories for the week ending April 2.
Welcome to The Adviser’s weekly roundup of headlines and news that is important not only to the real estate industry, but to the state of real estate in Australia in general.
To compile this list, not only do we consider the most read stories of the week and the news that matter to you, but we are curating it to include stories from our sister brands that are also having an impact on the Australian real estate landscape.
The multinational real estate services group has announced a proposal to acquire 100% of Mortgage Choice for $ 244 million through an arrangement.
The competition watchdog has said it will not oppose the proposed acquisition of neobank 86,400 by National Australia Bank Ltd. In January of this year, the big bank NAB announced that it would increase its 18% stake in 86,400 Holdings Ltd to 100% one hundred for a total consideration of around $ 220 million.
The credit union entered the Victoria brokerage market, expanding its push into the state with 600 PLAN brokers.
Harcourts Australia has revealed a new management appointment, appointing a consultant and former real estate executive to take on the newly created role of COO.
Two real estate managers recently abandoned the decision to go to the store and instead chose to change their name to First National Real Estate Engage Eastlakes.
Perth has become a fan favorite among property investors, with the market timing and expected price growth believed to be the city’s new renown.
A new internal incentive program aims to recognize more members of the Raine & Horne network than ever before – in a move worth around a quarter of a million dollars to agents, property managers and administrative staff.
With housing affordability a growing problem in metropolitan capitals, more and more buyers are looking for alternative options in regional markets. Here are some of the highlights.