Facebook Ad Tools – Spy On Your Competitors, Track Engagement

Editors Note: This is not a hoax. Everything you find in this article is live and available to use or abuse right now. Some elements are not available in Australia, but they’re surely coming soon. With a rising consumer concern around social media giants selling personal data or allowing businesses to target potential customers based on information gained from online

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Mental Health Week: Personal Safety In Property Management

As part of Property Manager Mental Health Week, we’re looking into personal safety in the workplace for property managers. Women make up the vast majority of employees within the property management field, and quite often go about their daily tasks out of the office alone, often dealing with individuals who would rather they weren’t inspecting their personal space. This raises

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100 Staff Now Effectively Unemployed As Purple Bricks Quits Australian Market

The “Old Fashioned Commission Collectors” have finally won out in the “Purple Bricks Vs Agents” war that’s waged since the disruptor came to Australia. Purple Bricks CEO Vic Darvey has confirmed to AFR that after less than 3 years, the company is to cease trading in Australia over the coming months, as it quits the Australian market. Citing “market conditions

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RBA Rates Decision – HOLD AT 1.5%

Sponsored Post – Aussie Prospect Editor’s Note: LIVE ARTICLE Further commentary will be added as notes from the RBA board meeting become available. Commentary by Bechara Boutros The RBA Board has announced their decision to hold rates at 1.5%, signalling a vote of confidence in the economy, and is widely seen as a small win for the Liberal government leading

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Property Spotlight: 1050m2 Of Land & Home In Melbourne CBD

In 1897, McHenry & Gertrude England acquired the land that would become 490 St Kilda Road, Melboure and built their family home. The property was given the name “Landene” – a combination of Gertrude’s maiden name (Dene) and their family name. The first recorded sale of the land was a purchase in 1875 for £587.10, roughly $126,000 AUD accounting for

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Agent Spotlight: Deborah May – Real Estate Partners SA

If you live outside of South Australia, take it from us that the Real Estate Partners SA office is full of high-profile names, synonymous with South Australian real estate. There are no salespeople in the business, only principals / partners in the firm, and today we’re speaking with Deborah May. Deborah is an agent with strong community ties – raising

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