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Category Archives: Buying Tips

How to Buy an Apartment in Sydney Step-By-Step

Looking to buy your first home in Sydney? Let us help you answer any burning questions you may have. There’s no denying that buying your first home is an exciting and daunting life step. Selecting the right property in a good location that falls within your budget and best represents your needs is a lengthy …

5 Hot tips for landlords: How to get more rent

Location! Ensuring you purchase a property in an area where high rental yields are possible is paramount. Don’t fall for buying a property just because it looks nice & new. Make sure the area isn’t over stocked, research rental prices in the area and see what else is out there. Seek out areas with public …

Sydney CBD Property Market Update – 2018 Quarter...

Watch our latest market update video to find out how the Sydney CBD property market is changing leading up to Spring.  Spring is fast approaching! Although we’ve seen a small decrease in property values (less than 1% in the last 12 months), there is still steady demand for Sydney properties that are presented and …

Updated 2018 Apartment Prices for Century Tower: 343-3...

Winter is coming and since 2018 started there has been no reported sale in Century Tower. Here is why: Century Tower is a one of Sydney CBD’s most well maintained buildings and owners generally like to continue to hold their apartments – hence there’s low turnover of owners in this building; Compared to other city buildings, …

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Updated 2018 Apartment Prices for Aspect: 2 Cunningham...

Since 2018 has started activity in Aspect has been relatively low (only 1 reported to sale up to April 2018). Serviced apartments which have gone on the market before the year started are still on the market however, regular residential apartments continue to sell as per normal (averaging about 45 days to sell). Right now …

Buying Serviced Apartments in Sydney

Serviced apartments are great property investments in Sydney and you’ve got many pros going for them – however, you’ve got to do your homework and understand what you are buying and whether this type of investment would suit your needs.  Let’s start with the technical definition of a serviced apartment: It is a self contained apartment …

Understanding the cooling-off period

Buying real estate can be an emotionally charged process. If you’re buying your first property or feel under pressure, it can be an even more emotional experience and you can make serious mistakes. That’s why most Australian states and territories allow a cooling-off period after a sale is completed. Before you breathe a sigh of …

2017 Design Trends You Need To Know About

With 2016 we saw some cool trends like indoor plants, distressed timbers, metallics, marble and mirror splashbacks. But with the new year we welcome some hot new trends to keep your home or workplace up to date and looking fabulous. We reveal what a stylish home looks like in 2017, and without further a due….. …

Invest Smart! Get Landlord Protection

A recent case of water damage reminds me of the importance of landlord protection insurance. We recommended our clients take the insurance however to save a little money, the client said he’d take it next financial year. Two weeks before the insurance was to start, the property’s fire sprinkler burst flooding the apartment and causing …

Tips To Bag Yourself A Brilliant Real Estate Agent

So you’ve probably decided that you’d like to (or need to) put your house/apartment/flat/bungalow/farm/cabin/castle/palace/monolithic dome (yes, the latter does exist!) up on the market. Fantastic! But… You’re not exactly sure where to begin. Well, it’s a good job you’re reading this article because great news, we’re going to tell you! To start with, you’re going …

Sydney’s Housing Bubble

Talk of a crashing domestic housing market made headlines after international economists claimed a storm cloud was rolling in over Australian property prices. But local analysts have crunched the numbers and say that over the next two years, house prices will not burst, rather linger. The forecast is contrary to explosive claims by economist Jonathan Tepper, …

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Should I Buy Or Sell My House First?

“Should I buy or sell my house first?” You’ve decided to move and you keep asking this question over and over. Hmm… It can be a tough call. Buying first and selling first both have pros and cons. What you ultimately decide to do will be based on your particular situation and financial picture. Selling …

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