Posts Tagged ‘COVID-19’

We Know…

Righto. As we’re all faced with an incredible amount of uncertainty about what the coming days, weeks and months might hold I thought it worthwhile to share with you the messages I passed on to everyone in the Morton team earlier this week. This is what we know… We know we’re calmer. Compared to last year it seems the response to the latest lockdown has been much more measured. It certainly isn’t easy, but this time around it feels like we are all much more prepared to take it in our stride.  It’s no longer ‘unprecedented’ to face an economic lockdown so it hasn’t... View article »
Posted in Ewan's Blog on 21st July, 2021

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Posted in Ewan's Blog on 14th July, 2021

Getting on with it – safely

Right. This week I’m not going to give you my opinion. In this blog, I always tell the truth as I see it and I like to present my thoughts on market movement and challenges. But this week I’m just going to give you the facts. How exactly can you go about engaging with the property market safely in a lockdown? Across leasing, listings, and sales, this is what we’re doing. First and foremost, what we’re doing is following guidelines as set by the NSW Government. Our team are following stay-at-home orders, but Morton has the technology and systems in place to... View article »
Posted in Ewan's Blog on 30th June, 2021

The (multi) million-dollar question

When will it end? It is a question we asked many times over the past year especially in relation to COVID restrictions but right now it feels pertinent to ask how long can the current market intensity last? That’s really the million-dollar question but there are some things I think we should always keep in mind…. As well as the extraordinary growth in values there was a 23% increase in house and unit sales across the country in March. This combined with listing volumes sitting 26% below the five-year average. This level of extreme demand isn’t going to last forever.  I say that... View article »
Posted in Ewan's Blog on 21st April, 2021