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May 29th, 2014

Second Hand Winners

There’s a lot to say about buying your house hold items second hand. For one, it saves you money so you can spend the big bucks on the things that matter most. What’s more is nowadays stores and individual sellers are ready to make a dime off just about anything, so many of your essential… Read More

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May 18th, 2014

Moving with Kids

For most adults, moving into a new home often calls for champagne, photos and much excitement. However, for many children, the concept of changing locations can prove to be a traumatic and taxing experience both mentally and physically. Fortunately there are several steps one can take to ease the transition, and minimise the stress surrounding children… Read More

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May 12th, 2014

10 of the Most Creative Houses around the World

Why buy off a plan when you can build your home to look like a shoe? They were our thoughts when we had a browse through some of the most creative homes located around the world. Here are our favourite top ten. Which ones are your favourite? 1. The Nautilus (Mexico City) Otherwise known as the… Read More

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April 11th, 2014

Housing markets on the rise

The Australian housing market has climbed to record highs in recent months, with predications certain the growth will continue.  After 10 months of rising, new figures released by RP Data confirms capital city home values continue to charge ahead, with figures up 10.6 percent from last March. Sydney and Melbourne homes are rocking the biggest gains… Read More

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April 4th, 2014

Investing in a Holiday Home

With the Easter break fast approaching, you may find yourself lingering about the real estate window a little longer than usual – ticking off features and calculating costs. It’s not uncommon for most holidaymakers to want to own their piece of paradise. In fact, many Aussies believe owning your own holiday home is the second step in achieving… Read More

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March 28th, 2014

What to do when your lease ends

Moving can be a difficult and burdensome process – particularly if you’re vacating a rental property.    If your lease date is approaching and you’re thinking of leaving for good, consider the following tips to ensure your move is as easy and stress-free as possible.    Read your rental agreement and plan ahead If you… Read More

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March 24th, 2014

Top 7 Creative Home Ideas

Here are the seven most creative home ideas that we’ve found around the web. What is your favourite? 1. Green Walls and Roofs Green walls and roofs are not only pleasing aesthetically, but they are also exploding with health and biological benefits for you and the planet. Heat reduction and UV ray protection, as well… Read More

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March 17th, 2014

Transfer (Stamp) Duty Basics

There is nothing that can suck the happiness out of your real estate purchase more than receiving that hefty stamp duty bill. That said, transfer duty is a basic fact of real estate you simply cannot avoid. So if you’re looking to buy, or are simply interested, here’s everything you need to know about that… Read More

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March 7th, 2014

Living with your Pet Pals

There is no denying it when it comes to the benefits of pet ownership – better health, lower risk of cardiovascular disease, increased fitness levels, safer community living, and a stronger sense of happiness and home satisfaction. In fact, a recent study conducted by the Petcare Information and Advisory Service (PIAS), found that around 60 percent… Read More

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March 4th, 2014

Investment Loans for First Time Investors

If you’re a first time property investor and were overwhelmed by the numerous types of investment properties on the market, then brace yourself – there is more than double the number of investment loans and loan features to squander through as well. When selecting an investment loan, it is most important that as a borrower… Read More