Community Lifestyle Magazine

Community Lifestyle magazine is a complimentary online digital magazine with news and up-to-date information on the strata and property industry. Below is the current edition of Community Lifestyle Magazine. Click on the  link to open the digital magazine.

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"Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is the time for home."
Edith Sitwell

Welcome to the 2014 winter edition of your complimentary digital Community Lifestyle Magazine for the strata community.

We've got everything covered for you, as in this issue we look at the finer details within our industry, including:

• Insights into the Chinese buyers market today
• Procedures with regards to foreign investors
• The impact of Community Renewal
• The roles and responsibilities of your Facilities Manager
• Best practice banking to support your strata scheme

We've also included some light reading with smart tips on decluttering those wardrobes so that you won't have much trouble finding the right fitting for the cold, as well as some fine winter recipes to enjoy, no matter where you are this season.

So have a read below and follow the links to your digital magazine.


Please explain: Reliable data would ease the hype around Chinese buyers

It's the story that just keeps on giving. Moneyed Chinese are snapping up the choice cuts of Australia's real estate market at inflated prices, leaving Aussie mums and dads on the sidelines...

Overseas Owners and their Obligations

According to the Australian Government's Foreign Investment Review Board's Annual Report for 2012-2013, the top five investors in both residential and commercial real estate during that period in Australia were...

Community Renewal: The Power of One

The new strata laws to be shortly introduced to NSW Parliament will no doubt bring controversy with them, especially when it comes to the issue of the replacement of ageing building stock.

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