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  • 10 Fixes for a perfect house

    From price and location to the physical structure itself, the list of things to keep in mind when shopping for a house can seem endless. But some problems you encounter don’t need to affect your final decision. Although easy is a relative term, accomplishing the 10 fixes that follow is … Read more

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  • Outdoor Education

    Furniture can make or break an outdoor space. Maximise your living areas and create a space for entertaining and relaxing all year round. Are you the entertainer who loves a kitted out courtyard? Perhaps you prefer to lounge quietly by the pool or in the garden? Or you want the … Read more

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  • Tenant Screening

    TENANT SCREENING: HOW DOES IT WORK AND WHY IS IT SO ESSENTIAL? There are 9.27 million households in Australia, 31 per cent of whom rent their homes, according to census data. Out of roughly 2.9 million renters in our country, there may only be hundreds that suit your investment … Read more

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  • Extend your outdoor season at home

    Most of Australia is still sweltering, but autumn has officially begun and the mercury is falling. For those living in chilly climates, this usually means the outdoor dining and entertaining season will eventually come to an end – but it doesn’t have to. With a few small additions and adjustments, you can … Read more

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  • Protect yourself from bad tenants

    5 WAYS TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM BAD TENANTS Over 7 million people rent their homes in Australia, according to 2016 census data. That’s close to a third of the population. The vast majority of this group are reliable and trustworthy, making for fantastic tenants. Unfortunately there are some who are … Read more

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  • Property Knowledge; find the growth area before it booms

    PROPERTY KNOWLEDGE: HOW TO FIND A GROWTH AREA BEFORE IT BOOMS Australia’s full of suburbs that were regarded as undesirable, before quickly transforming and seeing their house prices rocket upwards. Brunswick is just one example of this – in the last decade it has transformed from an infamous inner-city strip, … Read more

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  • Bridesmaid Suburbs…

    WHAT’S A BRIDESMAID SUBURB AND WHY ARE THEY THE BEST AREAS TO BUY? Over 40 per cent of Australians have been in their homes for 5 years or less, according to Roy Morgan. Our semi-nomadic lifestyles are partly a result of our tendency to move up the property ladder – … Read more

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  • 4 Rules investors should never break

    FOUR GOLDEN RULES PROPERTY INVESTORS SHOULD NEVER BREAK Property investment can be difficult and so many people underestimate the effort that success requires. Avoid common pitfalls by following these four golden rules and your next property investment could be the first of many. Adopt a more analytical approach and assess … Read more

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  • The Week in Real Estate: 20 July 2019

    ‘The Week in Real Estate’ will keep you updated on the latest news in the housing market and highlight key topics of the week. This week we will discuss the topics currently featured in the ‘The Week in Real Estate’ below – This week’s ‘Week in Real Estate’ article covers … Read more

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  • 7 Decorating hacks

    Having the inside scoop on industry tips and tricks is a great way to get (and stay) ahead, especially when it comes to painting and decorating. If you’re completing the final touch-ups to get your home ready for auction or have just purchased a new house, take a look at … Read more

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