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Tips For Choosing a Property Manager

Australians already know about the current low interest rates, which have made home loans a lot more attractive. And because of this low interest rate environment, many people have taken advantage and jumped into the investment property market.  However, when you become a landlord, you need to remember you're the one responsible for the property. Everything from fixing … read on
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Jarvisfield Auction Saturday 30th May

JARVISFIELD! NEW STAGE RELEASE Jarvisfield! Picton’s premier residential address. Superb parcels of land from 540m2 to 1132m2 with easy access to cycle/walkway, botanic gardens, sportsground, golf course and the town centre. No time limit to build, lovely rural vista. Easy access to F5 freeway, 35 minutes to Wollongong and Southern Highlands, 90kms to Sydney CBD. Only 19 to … read on
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5 Ways to Spruce up a Rental Kitchen

While some landlords do put off kitchen maintenance because they’re expensive to renovate there’s still quite a few non-permanent ways you can give your rental kitchen a bit of a lift. 1. Get some cheap and funky furniture A few bar stools or colourful chairs will definitely brighten up a boring kitchen. They don’t even have to match. You can go op-shopping and pick any … read on
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Reserve Bank Keeps Rates at 2.25%

The Reserve Bank keeping rates on hold for the second month in a row. While experts are confident of another rate cut this year, most predicted the RBA to hold steady in April. The decision to hold the cash rate steady at a record 2.25% keeps the way clear for a possible cut in the first week of May, just before Treasurer Joe Hockey hands down his second budget on May … read on
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Four Home Projects you Can do in a Day

Renovations are a great way to make your property for sale look market-ready. But often, renovations can take up a lot of your time. Listing houses for sale can be a stressful experience, so for some people it's not always ideal to spend days doing up parts of their home. If you've got open inspections lined up, and not a lot of time to prep your property, there are many … read on
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Local Business Awards 2015

Our office will be entering to win the Camden Wollondilly Local Business Awards again this year and we won't be able to do it without your help. Please take 2 minutes out of your day to vote for our office, we really appreciate it. Our office strives to give our clients superior service, we are hard working which ensures we obtain top value for our client's … read on
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Renovate to Add Value

There’s no shortage of homes for sale in Australia, and for a specific subset of buyer, many of these properties already come with millions of dollars worth of value attached to them. However, just because you’re buying prestige property doesn’t mean you can’t tweak your real estate to be even better. The question is, will your renovations add value to your home? To add … read on
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Three Ideas for Creating an Indoor Garden

Many of us live busy lives and don't always have a few spare hours to spend in the garden each week. Others might have the time, but not enough room in the backyard to grow some plants. Others may not even have a backyard at all! If one of these scenarios sounds like you, but you'd still love to put your green thumb to work, there's always the option of growing things … read on
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What Happened to the Market in February

February is traditionally the bridesmaid to March as far as real estate activity is concerned. But not this year! Rarely before has the real estate market cranked into overdrive after the Christmas slumber. State records within the Ray White Group were broken all over the place leading to total sales value of $3.1billion. Whilst this figure is not an all time record it was … read on
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Making the Most of a Small Space

Do you need to sell a property that's low on room and maximise space to entice buyers, or need to do the same for your own living needs? Try these tips for getting the most out of the smaller side of real estate in Australia. Get Lifted The more floor space you can see in a room, the bigger it's going to feel. If you can use wall-mounted cabinets instead of ones that sit on … read on