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5 Top Tips for buying and selling in the current market
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5 Top Tips for buying and selling in the current market

The market has moved on to the next phase of the property cycle. This means both buyers and sellers both need to adjust their strategies to be successful. So here are some tips to help no matter which side of a property transaction you find yourself on: 5 TOP TIPS FOR BUYERS Do your homework.   Now,…

Is Spring really the best time to sell your home?
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Is Spring really the best time to sell your home?

I am often asked about when it is the best time to sell a home.   Most think it is spring. And yes, it is slightly better but only marginally so.  As a summary across all capitals – 21% of sales take place in summer; 26% in autumn; 25% in winter and 27% in spring. New…

10 tips for first home buyers
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10 tips for first home buyers

If you are thinking about buying your first home, consider the following tips before you sign on the dotted line. 1. Rentvesting While the thought of living in your first home is a tempting one, there is a financial incentive to making your first house an investment property. In doing so, all costs become a tax deduction…

5 ways to negotiate price using a building and pest inspection
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5 ways to negotiate price using a building and pest inspection

Most investors think of building and pest inspections as part and parcel when buying a property.  In other words, it’s one of the slightly annoying, yet completely essential, steps to safeguarding your purchase when buying a property. They tend to be viewed as a kind of insurance policy, helping you ensure you don’t end up…

10 Simple Ways to Feng-Shui Your Bedroom
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10 Simple Ways to Feng-Shui Your Bedroom

A new season means a new look for the home, especially your bedroom. But instead of just the usual clearing of the closet, why not create a sense of harmony the Feng Shui way. There’s no need to invest in an expensive consultant to style your room, let us guide you with a simple method involving new sheets, scented…

Four big mistakes first home buyers must avoid
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Four big mistakes first home buyers must avoid

Buying your first home has always been one of the highlights of many people’s lives.  It’s something that they’ve dreamed about and had to make sacrifices for to make it a reality. The thing is buying your first home is often imbued with emotion, which is understandable, but it’s not necessarily the best thing when…

4 First Home Buyer Myths Exposed
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4 First Home Buyer Myths Exposed

One thing we love most about our profession as mortgage brokers is assisting our clients in achieving their financial dreams. We know that for many of you, buying your first home may be the biggest financial decision and commitment you ever make. However, for some First Home Buyers, the whispers and stories they hear about…

Rising damp: The scourge of old homes
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Rising damp: The scourge of old homes

You’ve found the ideal new home – a beautiful established terrace and then comes the shock. The building and pest inspection reveals rising damp. What should you do? You’ll often be able to tell a home has rising damp when you enter, because there’s a tell-tale sign of a with a musty odour. Fact is,…

5 tips for negotiating in a multiple-offer purchase
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5 tips for negotiating in a multiple-offer purchase

If the mere thought of an auction gives you heart palpitations, buying a property through private treaty is the logical way to avoid the stressful bidding war.  But what happens when you make an offer on a property, only to discover you’re not the only interested party?! You’ve entered guerrilla territory, but never fear — it…

A first homebuyer’s guide to loans
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A first homebuyer’s guide to loans

Buying your first home is a rite of passage for most young Australians. Having a place to call our own is a key part of our psyche so it’s little surprise that first homebuyers are prepared to put in the hard financial yards to turn that dream into a reality. Buying your first home can…

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