Thank you for your custom throughout 2019.
While 2019 presented somewhat challenging market conditions and the impact of a Federal Election, there were also opportunities for real estate agencies that focused on results for customers.
We continually strive to put the interests of our customers first, so, throughout the year we kept a sharp eye on rapidly responding to tenancy maintenance requests; supporting buyers in the search for their next home, keeping Landlords informed and arrears at record lows, and of course negotiating the strongest possible prices for our clients who were selling.
None of this happens without strategic planning, staff training, and a commitment to maintaining industry leading systems and technologies.
However, we’re also mindful of the fact that real estate is a people business. It’s all about relationships.
Family, friends and the Community
As 2019 draws to a close and Christmas as well as the summer holidays beckon, we take a moment to reflect on the community we serve and how privileged we are to help people find the right property to call their home. After all, home is where the heart is.
As Australians, we have much to be grateful for. We enjoy a wonderful
climate, relative prosperity, and peaceful circumstances. Job creation is strong, we’re richer than we think, and, despite perceptions to the contrary, Australian income tax rates are below the average for OECD countries.
However, within our community children and young people struggle to cope with problems like cyber-bullying, depression, homelessness, mental health or suicidal thoughts.
That’s why we were proud to announce in February our nationwide sponsorship of Kids Helpline, Australia’s only free, private and confidential 24/7 online and phone counselling service for young people aged 5 to 25.
Agents stand up against bullying.
Kids Helpline is a national helpline that has responded to more than 8 million contacts over the past 28 years, helping children; young people and families manage the challenges of modern life.
The service aligns perfectly with First National’s we put you first philosophy because it puts the families that live in our community first.
We want to make sure that Kids Helpline has the backing it needs to respond to more calls for support than ever before, at any time, for any reason, because all children and young people deserve to be heard’.
From all the team at First National Basso, we would like to wish you and your family a safe and happy Summer break.
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