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Easter auction volumes fall to seven-year low

This year’s Easter auction volumes were the lowest since 2012, with Sydney and Melbourne reporting the sharpest falls, according to the latest figures from CoreLogic.

Major bank drops home loan rates

A big four bank has cut its mortgage rates by up to 36 basis points, becoming the third major lender to reprice its home loan products over the past two weeks.

NZ government scraps capital gains tax

The New Zealand government has announced that it would not proceed with the proposal to impose a capital gains tax due to lack of public support.

Andrew Wilson - 12 February 2014

This week making news; electronic transactions are on the horizon for NSW and one of Victorian’s top agency’s spends mornings prospecting at the local club.

Also Andrew Wilson, from Australian Property Monitors, speaks about RBA's decision to leave the cash rate on hold.

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Andrew Wilson - 12 February 2014
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