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When is the best time of year to sell? Deciding when to put your property on the market can be a daunting decision, and often it can feel like there are just too many variables to consider. If you’re an
Have you been watching your favourite renovation show and feel inspired to start knocking down walls? Or maybe you’re just itching to make your mark on your home? Before you unroll your
Typically when you think of a house inspection you think of physically eye-balling the property for its good and not-so-good features. However, the process can begin long before you step foot in the potential property so let’s take a look
It’s vital that you receive legal advice when preparing your Will, but in the meantime here are some points to consider – which may even reduce the cost of preparing your Will.
The latest figures by the Domain Group came out today showing that all but three capital cities saw a decrease in median house price over the last three months. The national median house price also fell by one per cent
“If you’re willing to spend more on new materials, consider sizing. Do you want a large kitchen with a long benchtop and space to fit many appliances? This will cost more to install, and the materials will cost more to
This fantastic free e-book from .id, the Australian population experts, gives some great insight into what the future holds after the boom. As always increased population & jobs = good news for real estate! Read it here...
Sell your home for the best price and as quickly as possible by finding the right real estate agent with the help of these guide questions...
Rate City Media Release – 9 March 2018: Read on to find out who has slashed their rates and by how much...
The terms used to describe a property for sale have always been a bit tricky to understand, as agents tend to find words which paint their property in the most positive light. This is understandable, but what do these phrases
LMI is an insurance policy which compensates lenders or investors for losses due to the default of a mortgage loan.
Here are our top 10 tips to help you get a better valuation assessment on your property...
An influx of federal, state, and local government changes took effect on July 1, impacting every investor, homeowner, renter and aspiring homebuyer in Australia.
First Home Buyers are not all the same, some may start on the property ladder while young & single, others may wait til they are older, married and have already started a family.
Securing your dream home is all about acting fast and this means you don’t always have the time to sell the home you’re currently living in. This is where bridging finance can come in handy.
Valuations are an essential aspect of the property investment game and because their result can be so crucial, here’s five elements to understand about the process.
Equity is your borrowing power, the amount of money you have in your home or investment property that you can use to purchase further properties.
There seems to be a plethora of “house flipping” and renovation shows on our TVs at the moment, but can you really make a living flipping properties?
GUEST BLOG | Just how beneficial is it for an employee to remain loyal to an employer or a company?
GUEST BLOG | Packing fragile items for storage requires care and experience. We’ve put together this solid set of guidelines on how to pack those extra fragile items.
GUEST BLOG | Whether you’re going with a professional storage provider or not, we’ve put together the best tips you’ll need to ensure your goods are packed safely for short to long-term storage and during transit.
On January 1, 2017 the age pension underwent significant changes. Changes to the assets test, which determine who can receive a pension and how much, could see 166,000 pensioners receive an increase in their entitlements.
Back to the Future is the eighth report in the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre’s Focus on Western Australia series. Using the latest data available, this report examines recent changes in the state’s economic trends following the tailing off of the resources boom.
Evidence suggests that a large number of drowning deaths in pools are as a result of fencing that is faulty or non-compliant with Australian Standards.
We all know the saying “if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is”, and this saying often rings true with the myriad of investment seminars and “get-rich-quick” schemes you’ve no doubt
In his column in Switzer, John McGrath discusses the opportunities rather than the downfalls given to first home buyers.
Let’s face it; no one actually wants to think about their credit score. Even if you're a credit-worthy citizen and you’ve never missed a repayment (unlikely), you probably don’t give much thought to your credit file or your credit score.
A quarterly assessment of realised gross profit and loss based on dwelling re-sales over the June Quarter of 2016.
This month's CoreLogic housing market update, presented by CoreLogic research director Tim Lawless.
Finding the “right” property is just one of the many challenges for property developers...
What happens if the seller decides to be sneaky and swap out, say, the expensive Miele dishwasher and substitute it for a bargain basement model on your unconditional contract?
Interesting article published by Michael Yardney of Property Update as he reflects over the Australian Property Market over the last decade.
In the first NAB Residential Property Survey since the RBA cut the official cash rate in May this year, housing market sentiment amongst property professionals softened.
The number and use of family trusts around Australia for investment purposes has grown significantly over the past decades...
Even the most beautifully presented property will have a couple of drawbacks, be it the location or the need for a few repairs.
With the property markets ticking along nicely, many investors are looking at taking the next step and getting involved in property development.
Here’s our top tips for making the sales process for your empty home a more straightforward one.
The biggest threats to agents are competitors that are better organised and more sophisticated in their approach...
Where there’s a will there’s a way! If you have a good job and dream of climbing the property ladder...
Although most of the nation’s property prices have taken a dip, some are still bucking the trend and booming...
...and how to ensure good tenants stick around!!
In today’s market, buyers are in the driver’s seat with plenty of opportunities to find their dream property.
Smart property investment decisions can be a great way to achieve financial freedom and set yourself up for a comfortable retirement…
You don’t need a crystal ball to predict what’s ahead for our property markets, as they typically move in a rather predictable cycle.
Boom times can’t last forever, but this also doesn’t mean it’s the end of the world.
Are you deciding between renting or selling your home? There many important factors you should consider when making this decision. This article will consider the pros and cons of selling and renting out your home.
“Moving house is one of the most stressful experiences individuals can go through,” according to psychotherapist and family counsellor Tahila Mandie [source]. Anyone who has moved house knows this slice of wisdom borders on the obvious. However, it does not have to be
Rachael Hewson brings you the latest update on the Roleystone area for October 2015.
Ask any agent why a house doesn’t sell and they will tell you it usually comes down to price. Almost any property, anywhere will sell if the price is right. A good agent knows how to balance that fine line
Welcome to this month’s market update for Darling Downs & Oakford.
If you are going to maximise the value of your investment property, here are 7 common mistakes to watch out for.
To help you stay informed on the current market, we have just released this month's market update! Brendan Leahy brings you the latest on what’s happening in Darling Downs and Oakford for the sales market.
There are a few mistakes that property sellers make that contribute to their house taking longer to sell and often for a reduced price. But if you’re organised and willing to spend some time before your first home open, you
There are many ways to sell and present your home, and everyone wants to maximise the amount of money that you walk away with on settlement day. These 5 tips will ensure you go a long way to achieving that
Brendan Leahy brings you this month’s market update with an inside look at the Mount Nasura market.
Make sure you check out Brendan Leahy’s market update on
As you travel around Roleystone what do you see? Do you truly stop and look or do you just drive past all that Roleystone has to offer?
Perth’s current property market is favouring those looking to upsize. The reasons for upsizing are many and varied...
Whether you are selling your family home or an investment property, finding and choosing an agent is a big decision. To ensure that you appoint the best agent to sell your property it is important to do your