6 Ideas for Storing Your Goods When Renovating
Planning a home renovation? There are many hidden costs you must factor in when undergoing a renovation. One of those expenses or considerations is all your possessions. What are you going to do with your furniture, TV, electronics, boxes and other items? If you are undertaking an extensive renovation, you need a place to put […]
The No B.S. 2017 Property Market Outlook
Here are the key factors influencing the market in 2017 without the B.S. I hope you enjoy reading it, as much as I had making it. China Chinese interest in Australian homes fell in the third quarter of 2016, which is understandable after Australian banks started increasingly scrutinising overseas buyers. This increased scrutiny has resulted in […]
5 Secrets to Renovating Ugly Houses
Ugly House Secret No: 1 You make money when you buy. One of the biggest mistakes ordinary folk make is not doing their homework BEFORE purchasing and embarking on a renovation. To understand how much money you can afford to spend on your home, you need to know how much your home is worth. Educate yourself […]
See Your Off-The-Plan Property In Virtual Reality Now!
Want to see your off-the-plan property before it’s built? You can! We aim to show you the most honest representation of your off-the-plan property with our first-class virtual reality service. Using plans from the architect, we build the property to scale, as well as offer professional location photos, recreate the inclusions from the manufacturer’s specifications, and […]
Toongabbie Area Rental Market Update
The rental market this month has been similar to recent months no major changes, just still inconsistent with some properties getting good turn outs at open homes and others not. Our team have achieved 17 new lettings this month. Villa burnt down earlier this month One of our Property Investors and their tenants were given a […]
The Toongabbie Area’s Past, Present and Future
The Low Down On The Toongabbie Area (Executive Summary) Located in the Greater Western Sydney region roughly 30km from the CBD, Toongabbie is a thriving suburb with enormous potential. It’s affordable and close to essential services such as medical facilities, childcare centres and parks, and these benefits have not gone unrecognised by the many young […]
8 Practical Tips To Help You Budget On Your Next Renovation
Don’t move plumbing and electrics. During a renovation project, it’s sensible to keep your plumbing and electrics in the same place as exorbitant costs are likely to result from moving around your plumbing and electrical work. If you keep things in the same location and freshen it up, then you can cut back on costs […]
Local Market Landlord Update
In a challenging rental market our team have been busy again this month renting 20 properties – with local vacancy rates high we are proud of this effort. It is a timely reminder though to our Property Investors that if you currently have a good tenant treat them like gold as they are saving you […]
What is the Difference between a Solicitor and a Conveyancer?
Conveyancing is the process of transferring ownership of real property from one person or entity to another. When you are buying or selling property, you will usually need to decide between hiring a Solicitor or a Conveyancer. It can be confusing to decide between the two types of professionals who appear to do the same […]
7 Tips – How To Choose Your “Glass Alternative” Splashback
Acrylic splashbacks are becoming very popular for investors. They look identical to glass, are inexpensive to purchase, quick to install and add a wow factor. And that means higher property rents and less maintenance. Glass is heavy and notoriously easy to break. And tiles are time-consuming to install and leave grout which discolours, making your […]
Loose-Fill Asbestos Found In Parramatta & Hills Council Homes
During the 1960s-70s in Australia, loose-fill asbestos was commonly sold as ceiling insulation for Parramatta and Hills Council residential and commercial properties. It was seen as a material that was durable and provided efficient insulation, and this resulted in it being installed in ceilings around the country. In the 1980s, the dangers of asbestos and […]
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