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09.08.2011

5 Renovations That Are Cheaper In The Summer

Depending on where you live and the local climate, the summer months can be an ideal time to do home renovations, especially if outdoor work is involved.

02.06.2011

Four Basic Things You Need To Know Before Buying A House

Take the time to make a well-reasoned decision, and you'll find buying a house to be a much more enjoyable and successful process.

17.03.2011

PROPERTY: Tale of Two Cities - Sydney

Like it or not, Australia - following in the footsteps of the rest of the world - is experiencing a housing slowdown

26.11.2010

Increasing Your Real Estate Net Worth

Few homeowners think of their mortgages as leverage, but careful use of this asset can help them maximise their net worth.

26.11.2010

The 5 Biggest Mistakes Home Sellers Make

Avoiding these common missteps will help make sure that your home doesn't end up sitting on the market.

24.05.2010

The 5 Factors Of A "Good" Property Location

"Location, location, location" is a common mantra in real estate. And it's good advice - except for one thing: most people have no idea what this really means.

24.05.2010

Aussie Property - Safe as Houses?

Will Aussie property continue to hold firm?

15.03.2010

Home-Equity Loans

A home-equity loan, also known as a line of credit, lets homeowners borrow money by leveraging the equity in their homes.

06.11.2009

Ten centres tipped for property boom

Ten key regional centres in Australia are positioned to experience booming property prices as the economy recovers, a real estate researcher says.

22.09.2009

10 Mistakes Inexperienced Landlords Make

Managing your own investment properties requires the mindset of a business professional.

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