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It all sounded so simple… “Let’s move house,” you said. So, you tidied up the garden, gave the lounge a coat of paint and listed your property for sale. And you waited… and waited… and if you’re reading this, chances are you’re still waiting for that elusive buyer to come along with a big fat
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
There is more education about the property market available than ever before. Yet many first home buyers remain quite clueless about the process. And that means when they are involved in their first property transaction they come across a bunch of unfamiliar terms, which doesn’t help with their stress levels. So, here are five terms
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
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,
Okay, so you’ve decided that you’re tired of living in your rental property or with mum and dad. You now want to become one of the millions of Australians who own their own home. So now what do you do?  Here are 12 basic steps: 1. Check out your financial position First you need to
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