Monthly Archives: October 2012

Positive Signs For The Australian Housing Market

Century 21, the largest real estate sales organisation in the Asia Pacific region, believes that a spike in housing approvals over August, falling interest rates and rising capital city dwelling values suggest a housing market recovery may be well underway. … Continue reading

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Spring Cleaning: getting your home ready

Spring is the time to dry-clean duvets and shake out the rugs. More importantly, it’s time to oil the deck, dust off the outdoor furniture and make sure the BBQ is in peak condition.As the warmer weather arrives, we fling … Continue reading

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Make Your Garage Work

Do you use your garage to park the car, or as a junk room?  Too often the home garage is used for storing household detritus such as discarded toys, tins of paint, old furniture, clothes and documents, barely-used garden tools … Continue reading

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What To Consider Before Buying A Holiday Home

For many Australians, the option of purchasing a holiday house for dual use an investment property is an attractive one, as it provides investors with a viable prospect for on-going rental returns and unique lifestyle benefits. Despite such, it is … Continue reading

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Bring It On

The Reserve Bank of Australia today decided to cut the official cash rate to 3.25 per cent – a decision that is expected to further stimulate the national residential property market and give confidence to those Australians considering a real … Continue reading

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