Category: OTHER PROPERTY NEWS AND VIEWS

Sydney’s property market is correcting. How can an exclusive buyers’ agent help you maximise opportunities and mitigate risks?

September 23rd, 2018

What is an exclusive buyers’ agent? An exclusive buyers’ agent is a licenced real estate agent who only acts for property buyers. Their only source of income is fees paid by those buyers to purchase property at auction or, more commonly, b

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Finding some clear air at the top end of Sydney’s residential property market. Chris Curtis’s latest conversation with Martin North from Digital Finance Analytics

July 17th, 2018

Chris Curtis had another chat yesterday with Martin North from Digital Finance Analytics. This time, we compared what Curtis Associates are experiencing at the top end of Sydney’s residential property market with DFA's segmentation data for Mona V

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Sydney’s correcting property market: first home buyers and high net worth individuals could win in the long term

July 10th, 2018

Between 2012 and 2017, property values in Sydney rose a staggering 74 percent. Now that we have come to the end of that five-year cycle, the party is definitely over. Sydney property prices have fallen, with economists predicting more drops to

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Our Principal chatted today with Martin North from Digital Finance Analytics about the affluent end of Sydney’s residential property market

June 11th, 2018

Chris Curtis was interviewed today by kindred spirit, Martin North from Digital Finance Analytics regarding the Sydney residential property market with a focus on affluent professionals. DFA's data, like our experience at the coal face, suggests t

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Lower north shore property buyers – beware the unknowns

April 30th, 2018

Reflecting our prominence as lower north shore buyers’ agents, Chris Curtis was invited recently by North Sydney Council to address a public forum on the impact of the proposed Beaches Link and Western Harbour Tunnel on lower north shore reside

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