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High Achievers are people who achieve some level of greatness in life. They might be successful entrepreneurs, professional athletes, Olympians, famous writers/authors, painters, engineers, singers, prominent religious figures, etc.Essentially, they are individuals who, through their actions, achieve greatness. And these high achievers all share certain...

A leading third-party figure has explained why technology will play an increasingly important role in mortgages as the industry continues to face regulatory scrutiny. Speaking to Mortgage Business, NextGen.Net director of sales Tony Carn said one area where technology can facilitate compliance is through the traceability...

The share of residential property sales over $1 million continued to climb in 2017 across most of the capitals.  With dwelling values now falling, what will 2018 bring for sales of $1 million properties?Over the 12 months to December 2017, 16.1% of all houses and 9.5%...

There are 3 types of freedom we look for in our lives:   Financial This seems the most obvious, but is it the most important? Most seem to struggle all their lives with the notion that they need more money and the thought that Money will buy them...

The 10th annual UDIA State of the Land report: The report highlights how Australia's residential developers have continued to respond to the national housing supply challenge with near record levels of lot releases in residential greenfield land estates and record levels of completions of multi-unit/infill...

The irresponsible (if not predatory) lending and the selling of “junk” financial products highlighted by the Financial Services Royal Commission should raise concerns for regulators, educators and parents interested in financial literacy.Research shows a strong correlation between financial literacy and literacy and numeracy skills. Literacy...

POLICY ALERT - UDIA QUEENSLAND Tuesday 6th March, 2018The Palaszczuk Government has re-introduced laws to ban developers from making donations to political parties in parliament today.Our concerns expressed last year remain unchanged. It is the stance of the UDIA Queensland that all donations to political parties...

An interesting research paper from the Economic Research Department RBA “The Effect of Zoning on Housing Prices” is worth reading.Overall, they suggest that development restrictions (interacting with increasing demand) have contributed materially to the significant rise in housing prices in Australia’s largest cities since the late...