The AICWA will this weekend kick off its summer radio advertising campaign on Harvey Deegan’s “talking property” on 6PR 882. Those familiar with the show will know it’s one of the most popular programs on property. REIWA, Landgate and a host of property experts including our very own John Clarey regularly take to the airwaves to answer questions.
Hear the ad campaign HERE
The Radio ad is aimed at driving listeners (and their family & friends) to use our “Find a Conveyancer” search engine. We want to drive referrals to our Members.
Over the coming weeks we will monitor web visits to determine the effectiveness of the campaign. In 2017 we hope to announce some awesome news on how we will expand on our ability to drive referrals to you. As an AICWA member we owe it to you!
Spring time sees more property settlements and transactions across Australia than any other season, according to leading conveyancing technology experts GlobalX.
GlobalX CEO Peter Maloney said from September to November the grass is greener, gardens are in full bloom and the weather is comfortably warm, making for optimal house selling conditions.
Mr Maloney said spring sales were often driven by the desire for a new beginning, with individuals, couples and families preferring to move before the end of the year.
“Buyers who have children prefer to get settled ahead of the new school year, and a spring sale means relocation can take place near or over the holiday period, allowing ample time for unpacking,” Mr Maloney said.
Leaks can be extremely wasteful and costly. Regularly checking taps, pipes and fittings around your property could save precious water and precious money!
Office State Revenue Payment Options
Great news from the Office of State Revenue (OSR), following invaluable feedback effective as of October 30th OSR has expanded their payment methods on all duties assessment notices. All assessment notices will now have BPay and credit card facilities available to make payment of the duty.
A link to OSR’s payments page with the updated payment options can be accessed HERE.
Source: AICWA Newsletter 2 November 2016
NB: Transfer Duty is still payable on or before settlement, or "at settlement" via your Revenue Online registered Conveyancing Settlement Agent.
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