Thursday’s announcement by New South Wales’ Premier Mike Baird to soften its lockout laws may be seen as a relief for business operators in and around Sydney’s CBD and Kings Cross. The state government’s response to the easing of these laws, as recommended by an independent liquor law review, is the extension of the 1:30am […]Read Full Story
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Posted date: December 9th 2016 . Author Tina Nguyen .
Posted date: December 8th 2016 . Author Tina Nguyen .
Australia’s growth figures were released yesterday, with the revelation that the economy contracted by 0.5 per cent, in seasonally adjusted terms, over the September quarter. As a result, annual growth figures for the June quarter had also been revised down from the previous 3.1 per cent to 1.8 per cent. September’s figure is not only […]Read Full Story
Posted date: January 13th 2016 . Author admin .
The Significant Investor Visa (SIV) was introduced to attract high net worth investors into the Australian property market. We first reported on the SIV program in 2014, commenting that wealthy foreign investors, particularly Chinese investors, were using the SIV program to invest in the local Australian property market and live in the country. More recently […]Read Full Story
Posted date: October 8th 2014 . Author Gregory Preston .
Seven 7-Eleven convenience stores and service stations in NSW were bought at a Sydney auction in August by private investors for a combined total of $33.085 million, with a benchmark yield of 3.85 per cent and average yield of 4.6 per cent (The Urban Developer). The properties sold by the BRW Rich List Withers & […]Read Full Story