InfoTrack

InfoTrack is an award-winning Australian technology company that is helping a range of professionals and individuals move into the digital age. We create intuitive tools that enable you to find, analyse, organise and communicate information more efficiently and effectively.


Toxic secret kept from owners of Erskineville units

Today, the Sydney Morning Herald shared a toxic secret that was kept from apartment owners in Erskineville. Owners were barred from moving into their apartments for more than a year and were yesterday, blindsided by…

Does Artificial Intelligence (AI) have a place in legal firms?

While making the shift towards digital has become common in many businesses, the legal profession continues to trail behind. However, in many cases, Artificial Intelligence (AI) can transform the legal profession. Not by taking over…

South Yarra apartments have balconies blocked by new building just centimetres away

Today, the Herald Sun reported that South Yarra apartment owners have been left “gobsmacked” after a student accommodation high-rise has obliterated their views, putting a wall just centimetres from their balconies. The looming concrete development…

New South Wales is now the third Australian state to transition to paperless property transactions

Lawyers Weekly today shared insights on competition in e-conveyancing. As NSW became the third state to mandate electronic conveyancing, from July 1st there is a need to introduce more competition with Electronic Lodgement Network Operators…

How collaboration can help navigate challenges and change

Deborah Langton is the Director of Carter & Ferguson, a law firm with five offices in NSW that prides itself on being caring and client focused. She has worked at the University of Wollongong as an…

Meet the team who support you: Q&A with InfoTrack’s Account Managers

When thinking about collaborative teams and how we aim to support you, our valued clients, there’s alot to be said for putting a face to a name. With this in mind, we spoke with three…

Queensland reduces paperwork in property conveyancing

Earlier this year, QLD parliament passed a bill amending the Land Title Act 1994 so that paper Certificate’s of Title (CT), will no longer have any legal effect. This will be in place from the…

ACT first-home buyers now have more flexibility to choose the right home

As of July 1st, 2019, more home buyers in the ACT no longer pay duty when they purchase their first home. Recently the ACT Revenue Office implemented the change, leaving first home buyers with more…

The responsibility of cyber security lies with all of us

On Friday, DS News, a US publication, wrote of the launch of the Coalition to Stop Real Estate Wire Fraud. The Coalition began in an effort to educate homebuyers about the threat of wire transfer…

Why the real estate industry has reached a ‘technology intersection’

Today, The Real Estate Conversation released news of the real estate industry reaching a ‘technology intersection’. While innovation enables agents to automate and digitise their processes, it poses problems for an industry that needs to learn…