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The spring selling season is fast approaching and experience shows that vendors who invest in going that “extra mile” with presentation, especially in a tougher market, usually achieve a quicker sale and sometimes, a higher price. Property styling is one way to improve a home’s prospects for selling as fast as possible for the highest […]

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Winter Gardening – the Basics

As the cooler weather sets in, it’s easy to forget about the garden and stay indoors where it’s warm and cosy. To get the most out of your garden come spring time though, there are several jobs that can be completed over winter. Firstly, if you have a lawn area, now is an opportune time […]

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The cold weather hasn’t dampened Melbourne’s property market with the citywide median house price increasing for the fifth consecutive quarter. New REIV data shows the metropolitan Melbourne median house price rose 2.9 per cent in the three months to June 30, to $822,000.    The city’s middle and outer suburbs were the main growth drivers in […]

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Big is not always best!

Two-bedroom houses are outperforming the typical family home in Melbourne’s inner and outer rings as buyers look to enter the market below the suburb’s median house price. New REIV data shows the median price for two-bedroom homes in Melbourne’s inner ring rose 14.7 per cent over the year to March to $1,015,000 – a $130,000 […]

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The devastation wrought by Cyclone Debbie reinforces the need for all home and commercial property owners to ensure they have adequate house and contents insurance. But it’s not even catastrophic natural events that we all need to be covered for. It can be the simple things, like a leaking washing machine, a fallen branch or […]

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An attractive backyard can initially entice tenants and add value to a rental property. However, care and maintenance of rental property landscaping can be a headache for property managers as well as the tenant. Low maintenance gardens are generally the best option. Hardscaping – The key to low maintenance landscaping is relying on fewer living […]

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According to the Real Estate Institute of Victoria, there’s not a huge difference in price growth between houses and apartments, although it’s not identical. Over the past ten years, median house prices have increased by over 100%, while median apartment prices increased by around 80%. The REIV graph below provides a great visual perspective. There […]

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Melbourne’s median house price has recorded its strongest quarterly price growth since 2013 to smash the $800,000 barrier for the first time, new data from the REIV shows. The citywide median increased 7.6 per cent in the first three months of 2017 to a record high $826,000 – up more than $55,000 on December figures. […]

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You’ve been in a stable de facto relationship for a while now. In fact, your partner has moved into your property. If something sours and you split up, the home is still yours, right? In fact when it comes to property settlements, de facto couples have the same rights and liabilities as married couples, so […]

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Auctions started strongly in 2017 with 3,214 auctions held in February, the highest February on record. The local government areas of Glen Eira (179 auctions), Boroondara (162 auctions), Kingston (156 auctions) and Stonnington (153 auctions) had the highest number of auctions in February 2017, with all but Glen Eira reporting a clearance rate of over […]

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