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hashching_How_much_does_a_conveyancer_cost - selling your house

What does a conveyancer do for you? Essentially a conveyancer is a person who will assist with the transfer of ownership of your home from you to the new buyer, and as this is a legal process it’s required that the conveyancer is certified. You’ll want to make sure that all processes are thoroughly covered… Read More>>

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hashching_how_does_Purplebricks_work_and_what_does_it_mean_for_Australia

If you’re looking to sell your home and want the most efficient and streamlined service to do it for you, then look no further than Purplebricks. The UK-based online real estate agency covers almost all aspects of selling your home which includes finding a local agent to appraise your home, a marketing and advertising team… Read More>>

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hashching_best_areas_to_buy_property_in_Perth

Perth and its market The last few years in Perth and across Western Australia haven’t been the greatest for the housing market in the West. We’ve seen a sharp drop in Perth’s median house prices and an apartment glut in the CBD has pushed unit prices to flatline. This all being the fallout from the… Read More>>

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hashching_best_areas_to_buy_property_in_Brisbane

Brisbane and its market It’s no surprise Brisbane’s seen stellar growth in the last 5 years. Its amazing weather, career opportunities and prime location on the northeastern coast means it’s the perfect place to live and an investor haven. First home buyers are also finding great opportunities in Brisbane, with a number of affordable pockets… Read More>>

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hashching_best_areas_to_buy_property_in_Sydney

There’s no denying Sydney has started to show signs of a market slowdown, or perhaps even a decline, in recent months. Now, this might be good news for first home buyers and those struggling to enter the market, but it’s worrisome news for investors. Throughout 2017 the city saw one of its largest falls in… Read More>>

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hashching_best_areas_to_buy_property_in_Melbourne

Why Buy in Melbourne? Taking the top spot as the worlds most liveable city for almost a decade in a row it’s no wonder hundreds of thousands of people are flocking to Melbourne every year from across the country and the world. Home to some of Australia’s greatest suburbs, the country’s largest shopping centre and… Read More>>

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hashching_best_regions_in_NSW_to_buy_property - Sydney

The NSW market A general overview of the NSW property market will show that it is almost entirely resting on Sydney to do well and to prop it up. With more than 70% of the entire state’s property expenditure within greater Sydney, any dip in the city’s outlook will affect the entire state – sometimes… Read More>>

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hashching_best_regions_to_buy_property_in_QLD - Gold Coast

The QLD market The past 5 years have seen Queensland’s property market endlessly grow at a pace never seen before in the states modern history. Adding more than 800,000 new residents in less than 10 years the state has experienced massive suburban and rural development and seen major capital rises in dwellings, creating countless opportunities… Read More>>

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The growing importance of mortgage brokers

Today, nearly 60 percent home loans in Australia are settled through mortgage brokers. Most lenders predict this number to grow in the future. Indeed, brokers have turned the mortgage lending industry around. By offering borrowers home loan products matched to their requirements from several lenders, they have enabled Australian home borrowers to make informed choices,… Read More>>

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All you need to know about reverse mortgages

Many retirees end up being cash poor but asset rich when they step into their golden years. Fortunately, they can depend upon their most valuable asset, their home, to complement their lifestyle.     If you are over 60 years of age and need some extra cash to support your lifestyle or fund an emergency… Read More>>

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