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September 04, 2011

With industry research telling us that 85 per cent of property buyers now research real estate online and 55 per cent of enquiries to agents already come from the internet, myljhooker is tremendously exciting.

 

As with most matters, when it comes to property, knowledge is power.

 

It would be hard to go past the recently launched myljhooker, the first place to get information online. It is a great source of information on everything to do with renting, buying, investing and maintaining a property.


Myljhooker is Australia's first national real estate customer information centre.


It features new ideas, tips, and practical resources of interest to homeowners, tenants, buyers, sellers and investors.


The free site, launched in June, also features special offers, discounts and coupons.


New members receive a $50 voucher as well as ongoing incentives and new articles that cover everything from ‘how to invest after 40' to advice on styling your home.

 

There is also plenty of helpful advice aimed specifically at tenants, such as tips on renting a property and ways that tenants can save money on their bills.


LJ Hooker CEO, L. Janusz Hooker said myljhooker enabled the company to be of service to Australians even when they did not require immediate property transaction services.


"With industry research telling us that 85 per cent of property buyers now research real estate online and 55 per cent of enquiries to agents already come from the internet, myljhooker is tremendously exciting to me.


"It costs nothing to join and the rewards will continue to grow so I urge people to become members and actively use myljhooker," Mr Hooker said.


Log on to ljhooker.com.au and click the sign up button for myljhooker

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