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  • Repairs in a Rental Property: Who is Responsible?

    If you’re thinking of renting a property to avoid the responsibilities of owning your own home, think again! Maintaining a rental property is a shared responsibility between both tenants and landlords. The first thing to understand is that there are two types of repairs: routine and emergency. Emergency repairs include: … Read more

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  • Deceased Estates – Deciding What To Do During Times Of Hardship

    We understand that in times of hardship, the decisions you make are highly influenced by emotions. As experts in handling deceased estates, we ensure the experience of our clients during this difficult period is as seamless as possible. Choose An Agent With Experience In This Element Of Real Estate When … Read more

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  • Best practice for maintaining the garden in your investment property

    In an increasingly competitive rental market, with supply jumping 28% in Sydney alone, it’s important not to forget about landscaping, as it might just be what puts your property above the competition – and creating a tenant-friendly garden is easier than you think. The aim is to create a … Read more

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  • Three Key Aspects Of Choosing Multi-Generational Living

    One in five Australian households have adults from 2 or more generations living under one roof. Multi-generational living has established the need for foresight in property investment, encouraging new buyers to ask the question: where will my family be in 10 years time? According to the ABS, the number of … Read more

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  • Deciphering Investor Terminology

    Deciphering investor terminology can be a daunting task. We understand that one of the toughest parts of beginning your journey as a property investor is encountering terms that you may not understand. It’s important to us that you feel comfortable in knowing where you’re putting your financial trust. Therefore, we … Read more

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  • Helping Elderly Parents Downsize

    Moving homes can prove to be a stressful event for any family. As your parents get older, it may be a wise decision to consider downsizing. However, leaving behind a large family home can be a difficult task. Reminding your parents of the new opportunities this move signals is the … Read more

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  • How to buy off-the-plan

    Looking to make your next property move? For investors and owner-occupiers alike, buying off-the-plan proves a popular option with plenty of lucrative benefits. As with any major purchase, it is crucial to plan ahead and do ample research before committing to buy a home off-the-plan. Not all properties will increase … Read more

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  • Thinking of buying or renting in Mount Kuring-gai?

    Have you considered making a move to the Upper North Shore? With wide leafy streets, abundant bushland views and easy access to the Sydney CBD, discover what it’s like to live and play in Mount Kuring-gai. Step back in time Located 31 kilometres north-west of the CBD, Mount Kuring-gai … Read more

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  • Blog: How to invest in property with your superannuation

    With the right research and risk-management most have positive success flipping properties for a quick return, however property is generally best tackled as a slow and steady investment option, with property prices in most city and regional centres across Australia experiencing consistent growth over time. If you’ve got a healthy … Read more

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