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  • Open for inspection checklist

    Attending an open for inspection can be a daunting task for anyone, no matter how experienced you are. But one thing you always need to remember is there’s more to a home than its interior design. Try not to let the stunning L-shaped couch or sweeping staircase influence your decision … Read more

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  • 9 ways plants can boost health and wellbeing

    Just like an apple a day keeps the doctor away, a home filled with lush greenery can do all sorts of amazing things for your physical and mental health. Injecting your home with plants is about so much more than creating an Instagram-worthy abode: It’s about crafting a space that … Read more

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  • Picnic for peace

    Picnic for Peace commemorates the centenary of the end of the First World War. The State Library of Queensland will host the event with a day of food, entertainment and films for the whole family. Take part in one minute’s silence at 11:00 am. Pause, reflect and pay respects to the brave … Read more

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  • How to make your home stand out

    Springtime means different things to different people. Except in the world of property, that is. For sellers, buyers and agents, the longer days, blossoming flowers and harmonic birdsong mean only one thing: plenty of auctions. Thousands are scheduled in the coming weeks, which is why now’s the time to stand … Read more

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  • Rental inspection checklist

    Inspections are a necessary evil for renters. Rarely convenient and always coming around quicker than you think, they’re nonetheless the only way for renters to show their landlord that they’re looking after their very expensive asset. But you don’t want to give the property manager any cause to inspect the … Read more

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  • Infamous

    Following sell-out shows across the country, including an unprecedented double season on the Gold Coast, Infamous is now set to tease and tantalise Brisbane audiences with a cocktail of circus cabaret that is strictly for adult eyes only! Naughty clowns, bare-chested ripped acrobats, world-class dancers and clever comedians are among the … Read more

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  • What are your options for getting into the market asap?

    Just like that first F-45 class, it pays to do a bit of a warm-up before diving into your first property purchase. Jump into the property playing field as soon as you can with these top tips. We spoke to Mortgage Choice broker, Tim, to find out what first home … Read more

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  • Dealing with difficult housemates

    Loud noise, refusal to pay rent and constant battles over housework – housemates can create plenty of drama. Here are some options if that happens to you. Legal options for hellish housemates Getting rid of hellish housemates isn’t a matter of simply showing them the door. Ursula Hogben, general counsel of LegalVision, … Read more

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  • Young Gun of Wine

    For the first time in 13 annual editions of Young Gun of Wine, Australia’s most exciting wine showcase of new talent comes to Brisbane. Don’t miss this outdoor Saturday night event at the iconic Brisbane Powerhouse, as more than 20 winemakers pour their wares over the course of this three … Read more

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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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