We’ve been adapting our selling processes quickly to allow sellers and buyers to continue transacting from home.
The Covid-19 pandemic is having an ever-changing impact on many aspects of our lives. From travel and movement restrictions and self-isolation to business shutdowns and job losses, many of us are facing struggles we’ve never had to face before.
The Australian Banking Association (ABA) has announced that bank customers applying to hold their mortgage repayments as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic will not receive a negative credit rating.
With open home inspections banned under federal social distancing restrictions in a bid to control the Covid-19 pandemic, we’ve been working to change and adapt the way we showcase properties.
The coronavirus pandemic is challenging our health, work, family, food and fun. It’s also disturbing our peace of mind and forcing us to question our own existence.
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In an attempt to help individuals and businesses caught up in the economic fallout of the Coronavirus, some important temporary changes have been made to Australian Bankruptcy laws.
Most Australians want to be vaccinated against flu this year to prevent a double infection with COVID-19
The coronavirus and its attendant emergency measures are set to deliver a profound shock to the residential tenancy market.
Many businesses and services have already been forced to close under the latest Federal Government restrictions to try to curb the spread of Coronavirus and many Australians are already feeling the pinch when it comes to finances. Especially those with a mortgage.