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  • 5 Features your master bedroom needs

    The kitchen isn’t the heart of the home – the master bedroom is. After all, you spend at least eight hours there every night, hopefully far longer than you spend in the kitchen. It should be a considered space, engineered and designed to enhance relaxation and of course encourage a … Read more

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  • Costly home buyer mistakes

    Like speaking your first words, graduating university or even retirement, buying your first home is a defining moment of your life and the start of a new and exciting adventure. Make sure your first steps into the great unknown are in the right direction by avoiding the following costly mistakes. … Read more

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  • Spring Selling

    There’s a definite art to selling property, especially during spring, when buyers are competing with cash to find their dream property. To make it easier for sellers, we asked some of our Elite agents what they recommend you do before you sell, during the campaign and in the post-sale wash … Read more

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  • The effect if the construction industry

    HOW DOES THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY EFFECT AUSTRALIAN HOUSING? Construction is the third largest industry in Australia, producing over 8 per cent of our GDP and employing roughly one million people, AI Group research shows. Each year the industry grows in size, and the Construction Industry Forum estimates 220,000 residential homes … Read more

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  • Bringing the outside in

    The appetite for indoor plants has exploded in recent years. There are entire Instagram accounts dedicated to styling indoor plants, a proliferation small businesses offering plant delivery services and even a plant species apps which immediately differentiates a monstera from a ficus lyrata. It seems every home-maker worth their weight … Read more

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  • Springs hottest hues

    pring is here, which means it’s time to cast off the dark hues of winter and freshen up interiors with cheerful brights and softer colours. We’ve asked three colour experts to reveal which shades are trending for spring, and how you can use them to best effect in your home. … Read more

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  • A-Z of depreciation

    Depreciation can sometimes seem a bit confusing, particularly if it’s your first time hearing about it or you’re ordering a depreciation schedule for the first time. To help you out, we’ve compiled this glossary of the main depreciation terms you are likely to come across. Australian Taxation Office (ATO) – The ATO … Read more

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  • Get your green on

    You don’t need a green thumb to add a lush feel to your indoor space. From succulents to low care leafy foliage, Fiona Wasley, the founder of Japonica Folium on Sydney’s northern beaches, knows which plants will work in your space, especially for those among us who can’t seem to … Read more

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  • The New Coastal

    Summer is the time for relaxing at home, doors flung open to let the outside in, lounging with a cool drink in hand. Take your summer relaxation to the next level this season and inject some coastal style into your space. We spoke with Amanda Pike, the director of Sydney … Read more

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  • Summer Spritz

    Chin, chin. Kampai. Salud. Cheers! However you say it, here’s cheers to summer and here’s cheers to creating fabulous cocktails and mocktails at home. But before you build your drink, consider building a bar cart – a place where your barware, spirits and specialty glasses can sit stylishly on display … Read more

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