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A time to Remember…

By Haesley Cush

Friday 11th November 2011 was remembrance day. A day we reflect on fallen troops and the effort Armed Forces. Made even more significant with the rare sequence of events with the calendar and the recent tragic passing of Serving Aussie Troops.  This Tuesday is also Steve Irwin day, a day set to recognise the life of a incredible Australia and animal conservationist. I have been fortunate to play a role with the Irwin family each year raising funds at their Annual Gala for their Charity (for more information http://www.steveirwinday.org).

From the front line we have seen a huge influx of first home buyers and investors. The level of activity in the last 10 days under $450k in the inner city has been electric! We have auctions booked for the 24TH November at the Emporium Hotel, this will give us a great insight into the post interest rate drop market.

Happy Hunting,

Haesley Cush

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