First impressions are what counts in real estate. Selecting the facade of your dream home will be one of the most important decisions made during the home building journey.
Mess costs you time and money – not to mention the stress of living with the constant clutter on a day-to-day basis.
By getting organised and on top of the clutter by doing a little each day, you’ll spend less time on chores because there will be less to clean, less to maintain and less to tidy.
There’s no time more exciting than having a baby. Well, when Maccas does 24 nuggets for $9.95 that’s pretty exhilarating. But all in all, the baby wins. There’s nothing better.
When you’re buying a property, being unprepared can lead to unexpected expenses and have you scrambling to piece things together at the last minute.
If you’re about to buy your first home, chances are you’re feeling a little out of your depth about what needs to be done.
There comes a time in many people’s lives when you start to weigh up how big your home really needs to be.
The kids have probably moved out, there are extra rooms and unused space everywhere, and you just don’t have the same requirements that you once did.
When the time comes to sell your home, particularly if it’s an older property, the last thing you want is potential buyers making a list of the things they’ll need to fix if they purchase it.
Stamp duty is part and parcel of buying property in Australia. But what is it, exactly? How much is it? And where does all that cash go?
Stamp duty adds to the already overwhelming costs of buying property but we’re here to help you have a better understanding.
During our lives we buy and sell a lot of things, but there are very few things we buy and sell that are worth more than a property.