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Things to Prepare for a Quick Settlement

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Moving to a new home or acquiring an investment property can be an exciting event. Most often, there’s eagerness to move to the place or do renovation works to the property as soon as possible. But this is possible only if you have accomplished all the required documents early on. To ensure that you are […]

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Home Sellers and Investors Take Charge of The Australian Property Market

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Spring may be over but the property market in Australia is enjoying rapid sales. New research from realestate.com.au shows that home sellers are gaining the advantage in the property market signaling a shift from a buyers’ market to a sellers’ market, as buyers, particularly investors, are willing to pay more to secure a property that […]

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Common Homeseller Mistakes: Choosing the Wrong Real Estate Agent to Sell Your House

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Choosing the right real estate agent (realtor) to take care of selling your home should be a measured decision. The person you choose needs to be somebody you’re comfortable with and who you feel has the experience and confidence needed to get the result you’re after – the sale of your home. After all, buying […]

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Common Homeseller Mistakes: Is your home ready to open for inspection?

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Getting a home ready for sale goes beyond washing dirty dishes, tidying up the garden and making beds. Now is the time to repair and replace those things that you’ve been putting off for another day. Here are my top tips for making sure your home is “open for inspection”: Replace cracked floor tiles and […]

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Common Homeseller Mistakes: Not Staging the Home

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Ever walked into a home for sale that is full of someone else’s “stuff”? The home will feel cluttered and not terribly appealing. Alternatively, the owners have moved out and the house is totally bare – not a stick of furniture to be seen. Compare the above to a home that has been beautifully prepared […]

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Common Homeseller Mistakes: Not Choosing The Right Sale Method

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When selling, there are two basic methods you can choose to sell your home: auction and private sale. But which is right for you and your home? When choosing a sales method, there are a number of factors to consider. Firstly, will an auction work in your area? Both Melbourne and Sydney are the auction […]

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Common Mistakes When Selling Your Home: Overpricing a Property

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Probably one of the biggest mistakes anyone selling their home can make is to put the wrong price tag on a home. Not meeting the market on price can mean your home will languish on the market far longer than it may have done had you researched the market and been honest and realistic about […]

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