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  • How much is your house worth?

    Ever wondered what your property is worth in today’s market? Thinking of selling and want to get an idea of what price you might be able to fetch? There’s now an easy way to get an estimated value for your property. We generate an estimated value for residential properties on … Read more

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  • How to smash a rental application

    The rental application process can be pretty arduous, but with the right tools and knowledge, you’ll find yourself in your dream rental in no time. So if you’ve inspected the property and are ready to take the next step to making it yours, here’s how to nail a rental application. … Read more

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  • Sink your teeth into a handful of happiness from Doughluxe Doughnuts

    No-one could possibly have predicted the widespread upheaval COVID19 would cause around the globe, but one of the unexpected outcomes is that during these strange and challenging times people have been forced to find innovative ways to keep busy and get by. When Jacqueline Madden-Manu and Giuliano Melluso (formerly of Darling and Co) found … Read more

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  • Noosa Hinterland’s best hidden gem

    ONE of the most beautiful properties in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, with lush rolling hills and easy access to Noosa Main Beach, has just hit the market with Ray White Pomona Hinterland. Agents Sam and Phil Hargrave said there was a …

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  • Never been a better time to sell

    THERE has never been a better time to list your house for sale given available stock is down by over 40 per cent in some parts of Brisbane and yet buyer enquiry has never been so high. This weekend the …

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  • Prettiest home in Perth on market

    One of the prettiest houses in Perth has just been listed by Tonia McNeilly of Ray White Cottesloe | Mosman Park. With a price guide of low to mid $4 million this exquisite landmark residence at 8 Riley Road, Claremont is in …

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  • The changes we should not waste…

    Not sure we’ll see the wholesale change that some commentators are declaring can be the only result of experiencing this “unprecedented” event… In my experience (longer than I care to admit) people have short memories and revert to familiar routines …

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  • Toasty fires to keep warm by this winter

    There’s nothing quite like huddling by a fire and toasting marshmallows to warm up in the cooler months of the year. We’ve put together some of our favourite fireplaces and fire pits that might inspire you to build or buy …

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  • What is the Value of a Property Manager?

    For some it comes down to dollars and cents, for most it’s whether they like the actual property manager they are dealing with and some people think the quality of the routine inspection maketh the value. COVID-19 has presented an …

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  • 4 tips to ensure your first home sets you up for the future

    From choosing a home that suits you now and in the years to come, to finding a location that has all the amenities you need – what should you keep in mind when buying your first home? Your first home is a major investment and you want to be sure … Read more

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  • The what, why and how for smoke alarms in rental properties

    In most states across Australia, smoke alarms complying with Australian Standards must be fitted in all rental properties and in accordance with the Building Code of Australia. If you’re a renter, or you own a rental property, read on to understand your obligations when it comes to smoke alarms. What … Read more

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  • Paniyiri Greek Festival Online

    Over four decades Paniyiri Greek Festival has grown to become Queensland’s signature celebration of all things Greek and the state’s largest cultural festival as well as the country’s longest running Greek festival – an admirable success story for the celebration that started in 1976 when a group of passionate Greek Australians wanted … Read more

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  • Seven home offices we’d love to work from

    With working from home quickly becoming a new way of life for those of us who hadn’t even considered it before, we have pulled together a collection of houses currently on the market giving us a serious case of office …

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  • When is the right time to buy a house?

    For most Australians, owning property is high on life’s list of priorities, but when is the right stage to take the plunge? Michelle May, a Sydney-based property flipper-turned-buyers’ agent, says it all comes down to personal circumstance. She says there’s no perfect time to buy a property and no such … Read more

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  • Keep vs. throw: Your guide to organising the new place

    You’ve sorted and packed up your old home, and now it’s time to get it unpacked in the new one. With such a mammoth task ahead of you, how do you know where to start? What needs to be tended to first? What do you do if your old stuff … Read more

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  • Meditation while self-isolating

    While some people are wasting time and energy panicking, others are using this time of self-isolation to form positive habits. One such habit is meditation. There’s plenty of empirical scientific support for meditation. But now, especially, is a good time to get started. Here are three reasons to do so: Meditation may … Read more

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  • 5 steps to property settlement

    You’ve won at auction or secured your private offer, but that doesn’t mean your property purchase is a done deal. There are a few more key steps in the settlement process. After you’ve signed your contract of sale and ‘bought’ your new property, you enter a settlement period which typically … Read more

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