When the pandemic hit due to the coronavirus, the effects were indeed dire. Lockdowns had to be imposed to keep the virus from spreading even further. Unfortunately, this also meant that people had to stay home and businesses were either forced to shut down temporarily. Because there was no profit coming in, for some businesses, the temporary ended up permanently. The JobKeeper Program was established early in 2020. The government acknowledged the fact that so many Australian
It has been a year since the lockdown was imposed. So much has already happened – businesses had to shut down, jobs lost, people lost homes so it is only natural if people are afraid of what the future holds. Fortunately, in Victoria industries have opened back up including construction and building. Things seem to be looking up for Victorians as the Victorian government promises even more projects for everyone. About 30 new infrastructure projects to begin across the state.
Following the news of the increase in property prices, it’s the renovation boom that’s currently getting all the attention of industry players and investors. Home renovations are booming due to low-interest rates, incentives provided by the government, and the unwillingness to buy and sell in a rising property market. According to a recent study conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, homeowners are opting to stay put and spend big. Information from ABS revealed tha
Last year, the world had seen one of the most challenging experiences of our time. The pandemic affected a huge aspect of our daily lives, and we will never be the same again. Because of the impact that it had and continues to have on so many workers around the world, many had to also look into the kind of change they could also do for their own lives to prepare for whatever lies ahead. Hopeful homebuyers continue to rise even after the apparent increase in house prices and a