Settlement is the big one for excitement, celebrations and nerves for anyone buying or selling property. This is the day the buyer gets the keys to their new property and the seller gets the money in their bank.
I’m not going to beat around the bush here, the answer is yes: A building Inspection for your commercial property, either buying or leasing, is absolutely worth it, and to be honest, I don’t know why anyone would risk running their business from a property without it.
When your property is on the market, you’ll find loads of advice flood in from family and friends about how much it’s worth and how to sell. It’s so important to take all that helpful advice with a grain of salt.
There are plenty of ways you can arrange the books on your bookshelves. The traditional alphabetical by author, the aesthetically pleasing arrangement by height, alphabetically by title, stacks by genre, or maybe just the order you shoved them in. Maybe it’s time for you to think a little differently and highlight the colour in your life by arranging the spines of your book as a rainbow.
It’s always best to get the support and advise of a financial specialist before you decide to enter a home loan. This blog which details the home loan options available to you. When you understand your options, you can find a great fit for your budget and lifestyle.
The question of whether you are ready to climb into the real estate market and make your first, (or next) property purchase really comes down to just one thing; are you able to commit to a mortgage?
With property sales going haywire in Australia through 2021 and prices soaring to record-breaking highs, it’s important to know where you stand on price and how much flexibility you have to negotiate. Knowing where you stand means you won’t overpay, which is especially important in a hot market where panic can set in.
This is our final post in this particular series. In this blog, we are focusing on the highs and lows, so you know what you're getting yourself into. This information does refer to some facts from the previous two posts, so get back and read our Renovation planning guide and the types of renovations to get up to speed on how all these ties together.
In this post, we will cover the different types of renovations out there. What this is all about is your goals. What are you wanting to achieve with this renovation? Knowing that will help you prioritise your workload, funds and time into the type of renovation that will meet your expectations overall.
Renovations are big in 2021. With property sales booming, there is even more incentive to either spruce up your home for sale or get into an investment property.
If you are planning to put your home on the market in the coming months then sprucing up your outdoor areas can add real value to your home, no matter the season.
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