As an office manager or CEO of your own company, or actually any aspect of life, your leadership ability is essential in maintaining a good working relationships within your team, accelerating results and seeing incredible business gains.
In our last blog we covered some of the reasons why workplace engagement is beneficial, as well as some groundwork you need to have in place to get things moving in a positive direction. In this post we are taking it up a level to strategies for motivating and maintaining great workplace engagement.
With so much stress and so much time spent around those Christmas extras, it's sometimes nice to have some easy and quick go-tos that bring a little joy, without the cost of spending 12 hours in the kitchen.
Conveyancing is a big part of your sale or purchase. Having the right professional at hand ensures an accurate and speedy transaction as well as getting you through any unwanted glitches that might hold up your transfer, cost money to fix or leave you disappointed with the result of the sale.
There is someone who does love the pile of legal paperwork that comes with your home purchase: your conveyancer. They love it because they know all those legal must-haves, they understand the jargon and they know inside out, back to front and in their sleep what should and should not be included in a property contract.
A conveyancer is a licensed professional who specialises in providing legal information and advise about the property sale, to either a buyer or vendor. They oversee settlement and represent the property parties for a smooth transition.
Early predictions were that house prices would plummet as buys would run for the hills...only, that's not what we are seeing. With Darwin being the only exception, Australia capital cities have seen property prices higher than this time last year.
Buying your first property is daunting enough without navigating an entirely new process, even seasoned buyers and sellers will be scratching their heads at exactly what is expected and required under these new processes. To help out, we've put together a list of the essential things to know about buying a house online.
Were you just about to start the search for your first home when Covid-19 hit? For those Australians who have (or just about have) their deposit saved and are ready to invest in their first home, the Covid-19 situation may just have made life a lot easier.