The bathroom should be a place of sanctuary as well as serving a practical purpose in your home. In fact, it’s one of the first things many homeowners choose to upgrade or renovate upon moving in. There are many things to consider, style, comfort and convenience, not to mention the personal touches to make it
When you’re planning to sell, boosting the value of your home is the ultimate goal, and renovations can help you get there. The trouble is that any significant renovation project can also set you back thousands of dollars, so it’s important to measure the predicted value-added against the cost before going ahead with your plans.
The most stressful times for people are divorcing a partner, buying a home and selling a home. Unfortunately buying and selling your home is generally done at the same time, which can make this a very stressful period for you. Every person’s situation is different so try to get the buying and selling process that
There is no doubt that times sure are changing. This is especially true for baby boomers who are likely to live longer than they ever expected and possibly to struggle financially along the way, too. Not only are they likely to be around longer, they will probably not automatically retire at 65 either. Sometimes that
Home remodeling and renovation are very different today than they were just 5 years ago. Technology has made leaps and bounds in recent years, and the building and construction industry has not been left behind. From colour selection tools, BIM technology, CAD modelling tools, and even 3D printing technology, home renovation in the last few
It’s a tough real estate market out there, for sellers at least.  For cashed up buyers, it’s a dream come true. In many parts of Australia, the market is flooded with properties for sale, which means buyers have variety, time and bargaining power on their side. It’s enough to make a seller’s heart sink. With ‘for
When it comes to managing and investing money, the rich are very different from the non-rich. From my five-year study of the rich and the poor, I discovered that there were certain common money management mistakes the rich never seemed to make. The Rich Avoid Uneducated Risk Taking The rich do their homework. They study
There’s no denying that buying a home is a big decision and yet you may be surprised by the number of people who are influenced by factors other than price, resale value and location. From the number of a house to a lick of new paint on the walls, it seems we are influenced by
Selling your home is always a time of excitement because it often means you’re moving somewhere new perhaps because of a work promotion or even a new addition to the family. Regardless of the reason, people buy and sell in every market, so it’s always wise to do what you can to potentially increase the
Can you guess how many pets there are in Australia? Well, there are actually more pets than people! According to the RSPCA, there are more 25 million pets in our country. But here’s the thing: it’s estimated that more than half of rental properties have a no pets policy. So what do these statistics mean?