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May 2021

The Future of First Home Owner Grant: Will It Continue?

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 04 May 2021


Last year, The Victorian Government established a scheme that would provide support for individuals who have been looking into building their very first house or the house they have been holding off to build for quite some time now due t...

April 2021

More About the Housing Building Boom in Victoria and What It Means for the State

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 23 April 2021


Ever since the unfortunate events that had occurred last year, the future has never been so bleak. There’s so much uncertainty because of everything that had transpired that took all of us by surprise. Who would have thought that we woul...

Here’s why Home Ownership is Falling in Australia

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 13 April 2021


According to the latest study conducted, homeownership is falling in Australia. Compared in the past, Australia is currently seeing a huge decrease in terms of homeownership especially among the young individuals and of course, the less ...

More Investments in Victoria to Promote Growth

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 06 April 2021


The pandemic really had impacted us in such a way that it makes it difficult to take risks. For instance, before the pandemic hit due to the COVID-19 virus, people have been all over the place trying new things, investing here and there ...

March 2021

JobKeeper Scheme is About to End - So What Now?

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 24 March 2021


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...

More Jobs in Victoria: How the State Will Boost Economy

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 22 March 2021


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 ind...

All About the Renovation Boom Across the Nation of Australia

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 09 March 2021


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 ...

Homebuyers in Australia continue to rise despite increase in house prices

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 05 March 2021


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 o...

February 2021

Victoria’s Economy Continues to Bounce Back with More Jobs

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 25 February 2021


After a few months of lockdown, industries have opened back up including the building and construction industry. While this is a positive step in the economy’s recovery, those who were severely hit and affected by the pandemic had to sta...

On the Cladding Ban by The Victorian Government

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 22 February 2021


The cladding rectification works were mentioned many times in the past and how the Victorian Government has allotted $600 million for it. Part of the announcement was the additional building permit tax to fund the rectification. Recently...

Some information about the 5-day industry lockdown

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 15 February 2021


Effective February 12th at 11:59pm, the Victorian Government imposed a 5-day industry lockdown due to the new COVID-19 cases found in the state. According to a media statement from MBV CEO Rebecca Casson, the vast majority of the buildin...

On the Government Efforts About Creating More Jobs in Melbourne

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 04 February 2021


Jobs, jobs, and more jobs – looks like the Andrews Labor Government will continue to create jobs for Australians. Last year, one of the initiatives that were created was the JobKeeper program wherein workers who had been affected by the ...

January 2021

The Big Housing Build project for 2021

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 25 January 2021


Reports emerged late last year about a strong housing market in 2021. According to analysts, things are definitely looking up as more Australians are feeling optimistic about the market. A survey showed that about two-thirds are positive...

Why Australians are optimistic about buying property in 2021

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 12 January 2021


What a year 2020 had been. It was indeed a wild ride, and so many of us found the past year to be one if not, the most challenging time ever. Businesses had to close down, jobs had to end – plans were halted. But despite all these challe...

December 2020

Initiatives that started this year for SMEs and the changes for 2021

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 22 December 2020


2020 has seen so many sudden changes and took a really interesting turn of events. So many people have been affected by the pandemic, and it’s either a blessing or a curse. For those who have been heavily impacted by the virus negatively...

The interesting way COVID-19 changed people’s home life

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 17 December 2020


To say that COVID-19 has made a huge impact on our lives is an understatement. In less than 12 months, so many changes have already happened – not just in one or two countries, but on a worldwide scale. In the past, as adults, we were ab...

Strong housing market to take off in 2021

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 11 December 2020


The coronavirus has caused huge and drastic changes worldwide. Many people have been affected by the pandemic-induced recession – lost jobs and livelihood. According to industry experts, almost $110 billion was saved due to the lockdown ...

On the HomeBuilder package extension and what it means to builders

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 02 December 2020


The Federal Government announced an initiative called the HomeBuilder package to help those who want to build their own home but was unable to push through with it early this year due to the effects of the coronavirus. Countries all arou...

November 2020

Why housing projects may not be enough to replace construction jobs loss

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 24 November 2020


2020 is a year of a rollercoaster ride. So many have happened, starting from the effects brought by the coronavirus concerning the health aspect, which then led governments all around the world to impose a lockdown to prevent the virus t...

On the announced temporary border controls with South Australia

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 20 November 2020


While Victoria and metropolitan Melbourne is enjoying more freedom after recently easing out restrictions, South Australia is currently experiencing a coronavirus outbreak which is why the Victorian Government is taking action to protect...

An update on further easing of restrictions in metropolitan Melbourne

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 11 November 2020


So many of this year’s great moments seem to have just passed us by because of the pandemic. The things we were so used to until early this year are no longer as easy to enjoy. We have so many things to consider nowadays – and our primar...

An update on workplace directions and remaining questions

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 03 November 2020


For the past several months, Melbourne has seen strict restrictions as it was put in lockdown to slow down the spread of the virus. Now, the city is ready to open all its businesses and industries. On October 28th, the government release...

October 2020

How the announced federal budget will affect the property market in the future

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 26 October 2020


Every year the federal government passes a budget for the nation’s projects and expenses. Because of what has transpired these past several months, the budget will largely focus on getting Australians back to work to be able to support t...

New updates on the easing out of restrictions in Victoria (travel, outdoor, etc.)

Posted by Tristan Angelini on 20 October 2020


After more than 100 days of strict lockdown, Melbourne is now eased out of its restrictions. Last September 16th, Premier Daniel Andrews announced the easing of restrictions in Victoria. Industries were allowed to continue its operations...

New updates on the easing out of restrictions in Victoria (travel, outdoor, etc.)

Posted by on 20 October 2020


After more than 100 days of strict lockdown, Melbourne is now eased out of its restrictions. Last September 16th, Premier Daniel Andrews announced the easing of restrictions in Victoria. Industries were allowed to continue its operations...