Changing the business mindset from Boomer property consumer to Millennial property consumer, is here, Don't lose sleep, this article might be of assistance.
Conveyancers - are you meeting the needs of your Millennial clients? By Bek Hayes, CEO AICSA
One of the largest generations in history is about to move into its prime spending years. Millennials are poised to reshape the economy; their unique experiences will change the way we buy and sell, forcing companies to examine how they do business for decades to come.
What keeps you up at night? For me, one of my biggest concerns is the impact of the Millennial generation on the Baby Boomer formed Association. Running an Association, meeting Member expectations, keeping it relevant, alive, innovative is no easy task – although I love a good challenge and I definitely have one!
The ‘modern’ Association was set up by Boomers for Boomers – and they are a world away from the digital native Millennials. Taking the Association into the future means significant change and change away from the post-WW2 model we are so familiar and comfortable with. Technology has driven change; the millennial generation is the first to have grown up in an always on fully digital world. Their passion for technology shapes the way they live and shop. They live and work by their smart device – the world has shrunk as social media platforms have expanded.
With autumn here, now is the perfect time to make improvements around your home, and get your property in tiptop shape for winter. Here are some ideas for the to-do list.
Whether you're buying a property to invest in or call home, it's a good idea to look at emerging property trends, to support your purchasing decision.
Are you aware that your build might have extra costs to meet the requirements of Bushfire Attack Level (BAL) assessment/report being obtained and being below a certain level to ensure building is less prone to bushfire loss.
These requirements monitored by the local council could add thousands of dollars to your build costs.
Things could be looking up for homebuyers, with a new report forecasting a drop in property prices over the next three years. But could this also signal the end of the Australian property market golden era?
According to BIS Shrapnel's Residential Property Prospects 2016-2019 report, median house and unit prices in our capital cities will be lower by 2019. This is due to a perfect storm of slower population growth, falling immigration levels and an oversupply of new homes.
The Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority's recent work to tighten lending standards has slowed investor activity, also contributing to the downward trend. Investors have previously been a huge driver of market demand, particularly in Sydney and Melbourne.
Thanks to Lee Sanders from CCP.com.au for the tip...
The government is paying to have your electronic junk recycled!
They've even created a handy map of where you can drop it off for re-cycling at no cost to you!
The national television and computer recycling scheme with the aim of recycling 80% of e-waste by 2022. There are more details about the scheme here.
Rather than throwing that old computer, TV or other electronic junk in the bin, drop it off for recycling. Or you can give your junk to us and for a $5 delivery fee we'll drop it off for you.
I hope this information was of interest?
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