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ABC774 Saturday Breakfast Finance recording

ABC774 Saturday Breakfast Finance recording

Hear Monique Sasson Wakelin speak to Libbi Gorr on Saturday 16 June 2012 regarding the current state of the property market, as well as taking listeners' questions HERE .

Wakelin Property Advisory sponsors Victorian Opera

Wakelin Property Advisory sponsors Victorian Opera

Wakelin Property Advisory is sponsoring the Victorian Opera 2012 program, as a supporter of The Marriage of Figaro , which opens on 18 July. Rehearsals for the production begin this week. Managing Director of Victorian Opera, Lucy Shorrocks, welcomed the new partnership. “We are thrilled to have Wakelin Property Advisory supporting us. It is indeed a very natural marriage as there are strong synergies in the patrons and clients we serve...

0.25% rate cut: not quite the tipping point for property

0.25% rate cut: not quite the tipping point for property

Don’t expect a dramatic reaction in the residential property market off the back of this rate cut, at least not in coming weeks. There won’t be a massive jump in auction clearance rates and certainly not a spike in property prices. Instead, I anticipate the market to remain steady. The market is finely balanced. On one side it’s been held back by weak consumer confidence off the back of international economic uncertainty...

Herald Sun: First Home Buyers Grant outstays welcome

Herald Sun: First Home Buyers Grant outstays welcome

See Monique's 26th May column in Herald Sun here . Alternatively read on: First home owner grants: a $22 billion policy failure Wayne Swan says he’ll do whatever it takes to put the Federal finances back into surplus in 2012/13.  Many commentators are naturally sceptical he’s done enough in his recent Budget to achieve this aim. For that matter, not only am I sceptical, I also question why some very obvious cost-cutting hasn’t occurred...

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