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Sourceable Apologises for Publishing a Story Under Embargo
Residential
Thursday June 18 2020

Sourceable Apologises for Publishing a Story Under Embargo

Sourceable would like to apologise for publishing a story on Tuesday which was under embargo and was not intended to be published by any media outlet...

Salary growth for property, infrastructure and energy professionals in 2020
Business
Monday December 9 2019

Salary growth for property, infrastructure and energy professionals in 2020

As we look into 2020, it is important for both hiring managers and professionals alike in the property, infrastructure and energy sectors to be aware about...

Australian Rents Stall
Residential
Wednesday October 16 2019

Australian Rents Stall

Commercial Property Still Offers Good Opportunities
Commercial
Thursday September 5 2019

Commercial Property Still Offers Good Opportunities

The Sydney and Melbourne office and industrial property sectors still offer solid investment opportunities for investors, says Per Amundsen, Head of Research for the specialist commercial...

Behind Australia’s First Carbon Neutral Facility
Green
Monday August 19 2019

Behind Australia’s First Carbon Neutral Facility

“We’ve been talking for five or ten minutes now but we haven’t seen a parcel go past. Can’t we just turn it off?”

Blockchain will Disrupt Facilities Management in Australia
Business
Friday August 3 2018

Blockchain will Disrupt Facilities Management in Australia

When facilities managers hear about Bitcoin in the news, chances are they are not thinking about disruption to their own industry.

Slowdown on the Horizon for US Housing Market
Residential
Thursday August 2 2018

Slowdown on the Horizon for US Housing Market

They were fed up with Seattle’s home bidding wars. They were only in their late 20s but had already lost two battles and were ready to...

Canada Home Sales Down 14.5%
Residential
Thursday February 22 2018

Canada Home Sales Down 14.5%

A flood of buyers and sellers looking to close deals late last year ahead of looming tighter mortgage rules resulted in a 14.5 per cent "payback"...

Zoning
21 Mar, 2019
PM Morrison Hits 'Pause' on Migrant Intake

The prime minister has hit "pause" on Australia's annual migration intake as he tries to redirect more new arrivals away from overcrowded capital cities and into...

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Business
31 Oct, 2018
What’s the Difference Between a Repair and an Improvement?

Deductions for repairs, maintenance and improvements are areas the Australian Taxation Office pay particular attention to on annual tax returns.

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Business
12 Sep, 2018
One Million Ordered to Evacuate Florence

More than one million people have fled toward higher ground in a mass evacuation ordered three days before the expected arrival of Hurricane Florence.

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Business
6 Sep, 2018
Japan Cleaning up After Typhoon Kills 11

Japan has begun cleaning up after a powerful typhoon killed 11 people, injured hundreds and stranded thousands at a flooded airport, though when the airport in...

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Residential
2 Aug, 2018
Continued Instability Ahead for Canadian Housing

The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation says the country's housing sector is facing a high degree of vulnerability to market instability for the eighth straight quarter.

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Residential
4 Jul, 2018
Household Chemicals' Link to Health Issues

Common household chemicals have been linked to health issues including breathing difficulties, cognitive impairment and seizures, new research shows.

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Residential
4 Jul, 2018
UK Real Estate Agents Hit Hard Times

More than 150 British real estate agents have gone broke in the last year as pressure from online rivals continues to bite, a new study has...

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Green
22 Feb, 2018
Ontario Raises the Bar on Energy Rebates

The Home Energy Conservation program allows homeowners in Ontario to earn up to $5000—up from $1600 last year—for installing energy-efficient upgrades and helping to reduce greenhouse...

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Commercial
31 Jan, 2018
CPPIB to Invest $800M in Chinese Real Estate

The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) will invest $800 million in two new property developments in China by developer Longfor Properties, it announced on Monday.

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