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 […]
5 Quick Repairs to Do Before You Sell Your Home
You’ll be making a lot of checklists when you decide to sell your home. You need to find the perfect new place, decide what you’re taking with you, and donate the things you’ve been meaning to donate. You also have to prepare your home for sale. A few quick repairs will make your home a […]
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 […]
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 […]
Old Toongabbie Area Rental Market Update
You need to stay competitive! The rental market is definitely still challenging in our marketplace at the moment. There is a large amount of properties for rent in the local vicinity and whilst we are in most cases getting groups attending our open homes we are only receiving minimal applications due to the choice tenants have, […]
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 […]
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 […]
Toongabbie Cafe Review — The Little Sparrow Cafe
The Little Sparrow This is a gorgeous little cafe, they like you to think it is your “Home away from Home”. They have the most delectable delights to satisfy that sweet or savoury tooth. It is quite, easy to get to and has very good prices. Here is what “The Little Sparrow Cafe” in Old […]
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 […]
10 Things to remember when buying a property in Parramatta
Western Sydney is an extremely attractive area of Sydney with its luscious green parks, diverse neighbourhoods, upcoming suburbs and new housing developments. All these things make Western Sydney an attractive place to buy a property however some buyers and investors alike get so wrapped up in the excitement of buying a property that they make […]
How To Find Out Who Is The Best Agent In Your Area — Part 2
Makes suggestions on quick and easy things to do to get a better price For many reasons real estate agent’s don’t normally renovate for profit but they surely do know what will increase value of a property. It just comes down to you not to overcapitalise on the improvements. If you can do this and take […]
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