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We have stayed in a lot of okay houses and some nowhere near okay housing. However, I've decided this is the year it's all going to change. We are going to buy a house, and it's going to be a great house. I don't want to have to keep moving, and I'm sick of waiting for landlords to finally get around to the repairs I need them to make. We are working with real estate agents to find something in a great neighbourhood so we can get used to the area and finally put down some roots. Join us on our house hunting adventure!

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Why You Shouldn't Be Too Laid-Back When Buying a Flat
12 November 2018

If you prefer to adopt the "laissez-faire" attitud

Crashed Settlements: 3 Tips for Avoiding Settlement Delays
15 November 2016

For most property vendors, settlement day marks th

Properties For Sale | 3 Thought-Provoking Instincts To Tell When You Have Found Your Forever Home
29 July 2016

House hunting can be one of the most stressful exp

What to think about when buying a rental property that needs to be renovated
1 April 2016

Buying a rental property is a large investment tha

Common Issues Conveyancing Services Can Help Eliminate
15 December 2015

Conveyance is the legal process that is required f

Why You Shouldn’t Be Too Laid-Back When Buying a Flat

If you prefer to adopt the "laissez-faire" attitude when it comes to the place that you call home, you may prefer to live in a simple abode, rather than in a traditional, single-family home with all the maintenance issues attached. In this case, you may have decided to buy a flat instead on the basis that much of this extra work will be taken care of for you by somebody else. Read More 

Crashed Settlements: 3 Tips for Avoiding Settlement Delays

For most property vendors, settlement day marks the end of the long, tedious road towards selling a property. For some, it is just the beginning. Settlement delays, known in the industry as 'crashing', can take days or weeks to resolve, and can result in vendors and buyers suing each other to recoup the costs involved. According to Smart Property Investment Magazine, the most common cause of a crashed settlement is a failure on the buyer's part to arrange financing in time. Read More 

Properties For Sale | 3 Thought-Provoking Instincts To Tell When You Have Found Your Forever Home

House hunting can be one of the most stressful experiences of your life and it's not just because Australia's median property prices are hovering at a whopping $658,608. With such a large dent in your wallet, you'll obviously want to find something that you love. When looking at properties for sale, this guide equips you with some thought-provoking instincts to tell when you have found your forever home. You Intuitively Feel 'At Home' In The House Read More 

What to think about when buying a rental property that needs to be renovated

Buying a rental property is a large investment that can turn into substantial profit if you do it right. It can be a fun hobby you do on the side of your ordinary job or a full-time occupation that you can make into a business. One way to make a profit out of buying a rental property is to buy a building in need of renovation and then renovating it yourself. Read More 

Common Issues Conveyancing Services Can Help Eliminate

Conveyance is the legal process that is required for a property to be transferred from one person to another. This means that when you are buying a home, it is important to hire a conveyance professional. Their services are designed to be convenient for you, and you may even want mobile conveyancing depending on your specific needs. The reason that you require professional conveyancing services when buying a home is to ensure that you do not have to deal with common problems or issues that can sometimes arise when a property needs to be transferred. Read More