Archive for April, 2020

Our Backyard

LORNE – HERE AND THERE

My oh my, Anzac Day has crept up on us so quickly given what else has been going on around the world. With Easter 2020 being non-existent, school holidays that just didn’t happen and parents teaching their children from home, the coastal landscape has never looked so barren – bad and yet good! Because of the social distancing disciplines, … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard

LORNE – HERE AND THERE

Needless to say another weird week in Lorne and an Easter period like no other I have experienced. Never would I have thought that we would experience an Easter Saturday where at any given hour there were less than a handful of cars parked in Mountjoy Parade – an amazing sight! And as you can imagine the following days have … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard – Aireys Inlet

For those of us in real estate it seems that the landscape is changing daily in how we do business and indeed, if we are able to do business at all.In the event of further restrictions in response to the coronavirus, the Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV) has written to the Victorian government urging it to consider the sector as an ‘essential’ industry that supports our state’s … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard – Lorne

LORNE – HERE AND THERELast week the Coronavirus was at front and centre of this blog and unfortunately it looks like being so for some time yet. I also spoke about interpretations and how various people put different meaning to different phrases and wanted to clarify MY interpretation of local. We have just over 1,100 permanent resident locals occupying approximately 24% of our residential dwellings and a … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard

LORNE – HERE AND THERELast week the Coronavirus was at front and centre of this blog and unfortunately it looks like being so for some time yet. I also spoke about interpretations and how various people put different meaning to different phrases and wanted to clarify MY interpretation of local. We have just over 1,100 permanent resident locals occupying approximately 24% of our residential dwellings and a … Continue Reading »