Century 21 Armstrong-Smith

The Century 21 Armstrong-Smith team all work and live in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney striving to provide outstanding customer service tailored to the individual client combined with local market knowledge.

Local knowledge - Global backing

Located in the heart of the Eastern Suburbs, we are fortunate to be part of Century 21 - the world’s largest Real Estate group, linking the international network with a local, personalised approach.

Experts in all areas of real estate

The current business has been established for over 30 years and today processes over 7 million dollars in rent annually. The teams combined experience spans over 75 years.

Whether selling or buying, leasing or renting, the C21 Armstrong-Smith team are delighted to help to ensure the very best level of service focusing on attention to detail while working to maximise the return on your investment or sale.

Please take a few moments to meet our team of experienced real estate professionals and then give our office a call on  (02) 9387 4911 to discuss how we can help you realise your property dreams.


Double Interest Rate cut Tipped for September

The clouds of economic gloom gathering over the US and Europe could have a silver lining for Australians borrowers, a double rate cut is now predicted for next month.

After Global shares sustained $2.4 Trillion losses last week and the US Government had its credit rating downgraded, investors are nor pricing in a 50 Bais point cut by the reserve bank when its board meets next month.

About a week ago commentators had been tipping the rates to increase, that sentiment took a 180-degree turn during last weeks sharemarket rout, a slide that looks like continuing into this week.

This is all good news foer Homeowners, the prospect of lower intereste rates will shore up the real estate market and although there has been negative press on the state of the Sydney real estate market, the auction clearance rate has remained steady at around 56%. "source Domain.com"


For Your Information

  • Starting from 1/1/11 the first home owners grant now applies to purchasers up to $835,000 (increased from $750.000)
  • also starting from 1/1/11, qualigyinh buyers pay no stamp duty on the puchase of a home up to $500,000, qualifying buyers between $500,000 and $600,000 pay reduced stamp duty.