Archive for June, 2014

Our Backyard – Anglesea

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Further to my blog last week relating to the Surf Coast Shires proposed increase on rates of properties it regarded as ‘commercial holiday homes’, I am happy to report that the Shire has now deferred the plans after receiving a flood of submissions opposing the move.

Shire chief executive Stephen Wall said the council received an unprecedented 88 submissions to the draft budget with most of those about the … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard – Anglesea

Welcome to Anglesea

I reported some five weeks ago of the proposal by the Surf Coast Shire to increase rates on properties it claimed as ‘commercial holiday homes’, in its draft budget for 2014-2015.

The Shire received dozens of written responses objecting to the increase.  In fact our Managing Director, Ian Stewart made a presentation directly to the Surf Coast Shire objecting to the increase on behalf of our 600+ holiday landlords.

A … Continue Reading »

House for Sale Anglesea 23 Belton Street

1960’s Beach House for Sale Anglesea 23 Belton Street.
The Anglesea beach home is located on an elevated block. It has 3 car spaces, 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This home is very clean throughout. It can also cater for extra guests when they visit.
There is a large extensive decking. You can have a look at Point Addis or take in the wide views of the parkland. This is an … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard – Anglesea

Welcome to Anglesea.

Australian homes are among the most expensive in the world when household incomes and rents are taken into account, International Monetary Fund figures show.

As part of a move to push governments to act against housing bubbles, the fund unveiled comparative data on Thursday morning intended to underline the high cost of homes.

It shows rising prices have pushed two key measures of home values – the ratios of house … Continue Reading »

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The Reserve Bank has decided to leave interest rates on hold over June with the likely prospect that the current settings will remain throughout the remainder of 2014 at least.

The bank has indicated it is taking a wait and see approach and that rates are likely to stay at current levels reflecting recent mixed economic news.

Unemployment rates have remained steady with solid jobs growth although jobless levels in … Continue Reading »