Most of us have had to engage a Conveyancer at some point, it’s a stage that is an integral part of buying or selling a property. It can be quite a daunting process, especially when buying or selling a property for the first time. It needs to be done properly and thoroughly, but not at the cost of transparency, efficiency and simplicity. That's why we really admire the work of Tick Box Conveyancing. They strive to provide their customers with a holistic conveyancing solution that embraces the best possible technology (we love innovation and technology at Danckert Real Estate!). They have created a Portal system that creates a job specific online quote and allows you to track at what stage of


Mornington Peninsula born and bred, Anthony Ryan was raised in Mt Martha and lived in the area until he moved to the city for a short while in his early 20s to cut his teeth in the world of accounting. A student of St Macartan’s Primary School and Padua College, Anthony was heavily involved in the local sporting community for much of his younger years. He played cricket for the Mt Martha Cricket Club, junior football with Beleura and basketball with local competitions, so he was very connected with community activities. Summers were spent at the local beaches, and between the ages of 18 and 22, Anthony worked at the iconic Dava Hotel in Mt Martha. So you would say Anthony has been pretty en


When the Danckert Real Estate team decided it would be a wonderful idea to host a very special corporate event for all our our valued clients who live in the Mt Martha area, we really wanted it to have a community feel and to make the most of the beautiful area in which we live. And that's how the The Kilburn Cinema was born - an outdoor cinema night at Mt Martha House. So after much planning, coordination and liaising with local authorities, The Kilburn Cinema came alive. The local Shire who were incredibly supportive of the event and so thorough in making sure that every box was ticked in terms of safety and comfort for our guests, and the limiting of any inconvenience to those living in t


RPP FM is a community-based radio station. It’s one of about 300 license holders in Australia managed by the Australian Broadcasting Authority which looks at, can and should be addressing the issues and concerns of local communities that are largely ignored by the larger networks and commercial and/or public broadcasters around Australia. It broadcasts on 98.7 FM and 98.3 FM to the Mornington Peninsula, Frankston, the Southern suburbs of Kingston, wider Melbourne including Geelong and the communities of Westernport and Port Phillip Bays – in all around 350,000+ listeners. Station Manager Brendon Telfer explains his involvement with RPP FM. "My background in radio started way back in the 1980

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