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  • How conveyancing works

    After countless inspections, you finally find your dream home. It’s close to your children’s school, comes with a dreamy backyard, and is well within your budget. Now comes the paperwork. What is conveyancing? Conveyancing is the process of transferring ownership of a legal title of land (property) from one … Read more

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  • Best apps for splitting bills among housemates

    Sharing is a brilliant way to keep living costs down, but when one or more housemates aren’t pulling their weight, the savings can quickly evaporate. Here are four cutting-edge apps to take the pain out of splitting bills and other expenses. Easy to share the bills Made specifically for share … Read more

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  • How to buy and sell at once

    If you’re looking to buy and sell a property at the same time, it’s vital you familiarise yourself with the current climate of the market to ensure your timing is right. When deciding whether or not to sell your home, it’s important to know the best option for your situation. … Read more

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  • How to get a rental property with no rental history

    Like many firsts in life, landing your first rental lease can be challenging. Landlords use rental histories to find the most reliable tenant for their home, and so there’s no denying that first-time renters are at a disadvantage when it comes to securing a property – especially when there’s lots … Read more

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  • Festitalia

    They say Rome wasn’t built in a day, but in this case you can pay a cheeky visit. Say Ciao to Festitalia, Brisbane’s biggest and best Italian festival. Festitalia is pretty much like a portal to the motherland where you can savour Italy and its traditions right in your backyard. The food … Read more

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  • Renovating to sell: what you need to know

    The question of whether to upgrade or renovate parts of your home before selling is one that’s a major consideration for many vendors. But which renovations are worth it when it comes to delivering a return on auction or sale day? Here are the upgrades you might want to go … Read more

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  • Rental repairs – who is responsible for what?

    Landlords and tenants share responsibility for maintaining a rental property. But who’s responsible for what? Before the tenant moves into the property, the landlord should ensure it’s in a good state of repair. It should be safe and clean and fit for tenancy. During the tenancy, landlords are responsible for … Read more

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  • Sugar Republic

    Fortitude Valley has welcomed the deliciously sweet pink lovers paradise, Sugar Republic. A pop-up Insta-museum dedicated to the celebration of candy, desserts and all things sweet through a series of amazing sensory rooms. Running until the 21st October get your tickets @ Sugar Republic.

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  • Be the auction winner, not the runner-up

    Are you always the auction-bridesmaid, never the auction-bride? Find out what it takes to finally land your dream home. Anne Rose had been searching for a new home for ten months before finally getting a bid across the line this August. After selling her residence of 17 years, Rose started … Read more

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  • Investors flee Sydney as Brisbane looms as next hotspot

    RENTAL vacancy rates in Sydney are at a 13-year high, according to a recent SQM Research report, but what does this mean for investors? It may mean the best time to invest in Sydney has passed, while cities like Brisbane and Perth are now potentially offering better value. The reason … Read more

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