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Juliet Helmke

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Based in Sydney, Juliet Helmke has a broad range of reporting and editorial experience across the areas of business, technology, entertainment and the arts. She was formerly Senior Editor at The New York Observer.

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Fines on landlords put forward as a measure to reduce bond disputes

New research shows that over a third of bond claims don’t hold up under pressure. Should there be penalties on landlor...Read More

Government blasts ‘anti-housing alliance’ for stymying supply effo...

Another measure meant to address the nation’s housing crisis has stalled before Parliament, as the government tries to...Read More

McGrath debuts new board following acquisition

With the deal for Knight Frank and Bayleys to acquire a controlling stake of the real estate network now complete, the f...Read More

Learning to appreciate the long game

When it comes to selling off-the-plan, long-term thinking is the bedrock of success for this project marketing head. ...Read More

Government and strata sector make big moves to clean up act

A recent scandal involving one of the nation’s biggest strata management firms has led the NSW government as well as t...Read More

ACT cracks down on landlord loophole being used to raise rents

New legislation that has just passed Parliament in the ACT will tighten the territory’s regulation of rental increases...Read More

ACT home buyers to save thousands on stamp duty

The 2024–25 budget handed down by the ACT government on 25 June has substantially changed the territory’s home buyer...Read More

Are you ready for SA’s new rental laws?

The most significant reforms to South Australia’s residential tenancy laws in decades are set to take effect on 1 July...Read More

5 surprises from the latest foreign buyer report

Foreign buyers are back in force with activity climbing 27 per cent, according to the latest data. ...Read More

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