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Rules with Pets in a Property

Pets are a large part of our lives and most of us can’t live without them. However, it’s important to know your rights and responsibilities around having a pet in a property. Here we have 3 common questions home owners often have when purchasing or leasing out a property and having pets.
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4 jobs you need to do after a renovation

The contractors have gone home and your renovation is done and dusted – or is it? Your job isn’t over just yet…
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From our Mortgage Broker | October 2020

In this current environment of record low interest rates, we are starting to see a lot of clients moving to principle and interest (P+I)- repayments on their investment loans. Currently, I am seeing 70% of investor clients taking out P+I loans.
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What to look for when inspecting a property

Attending an open for inspection can be a daunting task for anyone, no matter how experienced they are. We can get caught up in all the amazing features the property offers and forget about checking for potential downsides as well.
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Tips for moving homes with a pet

Moving homes can be an exciting yet nervous and sometimes stressful process for us, and our beloved pets are no different. Cats and dogs particularly can find moving house to be a stressful experience as they are familiar with their current everyday environment and look upon it as their ‘space’ or ‘territory’.
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Thinking of selling this Spring?

Thinking of selling your property? Spring might just be the perfect time to do so. In real estate, its very commonly believed that spring is the best time of the year to sell. With the sun shining and flowers blooming, this not only makes your property look its best but more potential buyers are more willing to attend open inspections in the warmer weather. However, its also important to remember there will be lots of competition on the market due to this.
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Which household items are worth investing in?

If you have been thinking about renovating your home or starting from scratch with a new build, you’re probably lost in the mind field of inclusions, and what features you should be spending your money on and which you can do without!
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Tips to warm up while keeping your environmental footprint down

If you’re like us, you probably spent majority of the weekend inside next to the heater or fire place to escape the cold snap that came through Sydney over the weekend. Although it’s much easier to bunker down at home these days due to isolation, as the temperature rises in your home, so does our carbon footprint and energy bills.
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Tips to help you renovate your home

Doing anything for the first time can be stressful and daunting and renovating your home is certainly no different. You’re in unknown territory and no matter how many renovating magazines and blogs you have read you are bound to make a few mistakes along the way. Here are a few tips to help you along the way and hopefully make the process a little smoother sailing.
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How to get your house ready to sell in 5 easy steps

Selling a home you live in can be a high-pressure situation, but it doesn’t have to be high-stress. Here are 5 easy steps to preparing your house for sale.
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First home buyers and construction industry boosted as stamp duty slashed

Stamp duty will be eliminated on newly-built houses below $800,000 and slashed for properties up to $1million in NSW.
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6 DIY ways to spruce up a kitchen

Home cooking is back in a very big way thanks to isolation. These simple projects will help you transform a tired kitchen into a home cook’s haven. Coronavirus is changing the way we prepare and consume food. Instead of eating out or on the run, we’re cooking at home more – which means we’re spending extra time in the kitchen.
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