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  • Look Luxe For Less: Fuss Free Upgrades That Won’t Break The Bank

    Whether you’re looking to update your home according to the season, or want the space to feel a little more polished, there are a few simple changes you can make to your interior to achieve a luxe look without a big outlay. Elevating your interior style isn’t about spending a … Read more

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  • Clutter Free Living: A Quick Guide To Organising Your Kitchen

    The kitchen is the heart of the home. The old saying is certainly true for most Australians and New Zealanders, who spend a lot of time in their kitchens – whether they’re dining together at the breakfast bar, or preparing dinner as a family. We know how important the kitchen … Read more

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  • Four Tips To Make The Settlement Period Smooth

    To make the settlement period a smooth process, there are a few items to check off the list: Title Search Deal with any encumbrances prior to the settlement period. You can do this by instructing your solicitor or conveyancer to carry out a title search prior to purchase. Funding One … Read more

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  • Your Quick Style Guie: Light Up Your Life (And Real Estate)

    Are you looking at lighting up your real estate? The best interior design in the world is nothing without the right lighting, so it’s best to read up and make sure you’re making the most of your aesthetics! AMBIENT LIGHTING Ambient lighting is what you could consider your “standard” lighting. … Read more

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  • 5 Easy Ways You Can Organise Your Home This Summer

    Look around your home right now – how much ‘stuff’ can you see on the floor, or on benches, that just doesn’t belong there? If you’ve never decluttered your home, there are likely a few things you think could live somewhere else. So, how should you go about organising your … Read more

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  • What Should You Be Looking Out For At An Inspection?

    You’ve set up the alerts on your phone, planned out the calendar and resigned yourself to giving up your Saturday morning sleep-in. Bring on the opens for inspections. What’s the best way to approach them? Firstly, go to as many as you can. Housing inspections are about more than just … Read more

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  • Five Questions To Ask Your Real Estate Agent

    If you’re choosing a real estate agent for the sale of your home, there are certain things you need to know. Most homeowners don’t sell their house very often, so it can be easy to become “out of touch” with the real estate industry. If you’re fresh to the market … Read more

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  • Are You Finance Ready To Buy A Property?

    With market conditions changing, the effect of the Banking Royal Commission and property prices fluctuating in some states, the lending landscape has changed significantly over the past 12 months. With banks and other lenders placing more scrutiny over lending applications, Loan Market’s State Director Tim Amorous provides insights into how … Read more

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  • How to Fit Out Your First Home

    Whether you are getting married, buying your first home or simply moving into your first real place of your own, you will likely find yourself with some shopping to do. A plan can help you stay focused and avoid unnecessary purchases, saving money and time (not to mention clutter) in the long … Read more

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  • 5 Considerations For When You Think You’ve Found The Perfect Property

    Buying a house is a long and complex process. Savvy buyers know to look beyond well-presented rooms and clever colour schemes, and think about the less glamorous sides of real estate investment. However, even after considering property insurance, maintenance hotspots, and mortgages the job isn’t complete. The area around your property is what … Read more

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