About Jhai Mitchell
Jhai is an award winning Internet Marketing Real Estate Agent for Elders Toongabbie and Kings Langley. After running his own internet marketing business he has now set his own sites for the real estate industry. He observed that 90% of real estate agents did not know how to market themselves online. Jhai is now fixed on one goal. To teach real estate agents that they can market online so much better than they currently are.
Since then he has been consistently quoted in the Sydney Morning Herald and Real Estate Business online. He is a regular guest blogger on TheHomePage.com.au, sharing his expertise of marketing aspects for the Real Estate Industry. His biggest passions are his wife, martial arts, dogs and most of all property.
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Here are my most recent posts
Tradie Shortage in N.S.W. affects house prices!
If you thought you were paying more for the services of tradespeople, you were right, according to a Housing Industry Association (HIA) report that shows tradies remain in short supply and prices continue to rise. The price of home building trades climbed HIA says that across Australia the price of 13 key home building trades climbed […]
Is There Still Profit In N.S.W. Property?
There’s still money There’s still money to be made out of property if you are careful and hard-headed. It has been the wealth strategy of a generation. Buy a home. Look after it, improve it, upgrade it. And if cash flow allows, gear up to your eyeballs to buy more property for other people to live […]
New rules to protect kids in high-rises
Apartments and multi-storey homes are about to get a little safer for children thanks to a rule change around windows in new buildings. The Australian Building Codes Board has ruled that all windows in new homes and apartments that are more than two metres off the ground must be either fitted with window locks that […]
NSW housing pushes ahead while other markets remain soft.
The preliminary capital city dwelling value index result for December was –0.2% (s.a.) following an upwardly revised +0.4% rise in dwelling values in November (was +0.1%). Revised regional house values for November increased from +0.3% to +0.5%. Sydney housing has been the nation’s best performer with dwelling values up 0.4% in December and by […]
Another successful owner sells through Elders Toongabbie/Kings Langley
To whom it may concern, I would like to sincerely thank Elders Toongabbie/Kings Langley for the fantastic effort they made during the sale of my property. Their professional approach was reassuring from the onset of the sale, with attention to detail in advertising and regular correspondence throughout the inspections and offers made. The service from Elders Toongabbie/Kings Langley was […]
Block Record, Investor testimonial of 1/16 Betts St, Parramatta
Hello Matt, I would just like to thank you for achieving another Great Result for us. You have set a Block Record at 16 Betts Street, Parramatta at $400,000 which is $50,000 on the previous sale back in June 2010. Who said an out of area Agent could not sell Property in Parramatta at Record Prices. Well […]
Property Investor Newsletter April – May 2012
ATO landlord tips that you may not have known! We do appreciate that the focus of every landlord is to optimise their tax returns and maximise their income. However, be aware of when you can claim repairs and work on the property as a legitimate tax deduction. CAN YOU CLAIM THE COST OF REPAIRS BEFORE YOU […]
Property Investor Newsletter March – April 2012
REPAIRS, MAINTENANCE AND IMPROVEMENTS Many landlords often ask, “What is the difference between repairs, maintenance and improvements in relation to investment property tax deductions?” So we have taken the time to research this information. What are repairs and maintenance? When the ATO refer to ‘repairs’, they mean work to make good or remedy defects in, […]
The essential DIY painting guide
It’s one of the quickest ways to give a home a facelift, but painting like the pros requires patience, attention to detail, a steady hand and yes, tedious preparation. It’s a messy business, with lots of bending, twisting and negotiating ladders, and inevitable dithering over the crucial colour scheme. Decide up front who lands the […]
Number of Home Loans Falls
Home loans by value fell in October and remained flat over the year, suggesting the housing sector remains stagnant. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) said on Monday that total housing finance by value fell 2.5 per cent in October, seasonally adjusted, to $20.458 billion. The ABS data also showed that the value of home […]
A look back on how the market performed in 2011
The real estate market will be drawing a sigh of relief as the year comes to an end. As we take a look back on how the market went in 2011, we saw an overall improvement of up to 10 % — a heavy drop for the real estate market but a small part of the sharemarket […]