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  • Real Estate – Past, Present and Future

    The real estate market, like any other industry, goes through periods of boom and decline.

    The history of real estate, and how it will change in the next 10 years.

    Real estate prices had been rising slowly during the nineties. They began to rapidly rise from 2000 to 2007 until the financial crash of 2008 when the worldwide real estate markets collapsed in a global meltdown.

    / 7th February 2018
  • Financial Shocks From Your Home: How To Prepare

    For the vast majority of people, our home will be the biggest purchase we ever make. It’s impossible not to know that life as a homeowner can be costly in terms of the mortgage, taxes, and electricity and heating bills you will have to finance– but these factors are just the tip of the financial iceberg.

    Even with the best will in the world and a strict adherence to home maintenance, there are certain problems that your home can experience that will deliver an almighty financial shock to you. These areas deserve a little more attention when you’re assessing your maintenance needs, and you need to have a financial plan for what happens if they experience a problem.

    / 1st February 2018
  • Making the Most of the Sydney Real Estate Market

    Sydney is an expensive real estate market. Whether you are contemplating to buy a property, want to sell one or looking for an apartment for rent, you will need to look into various factors and will need a better strategy to seal the deal. Here, we will discuss several things to help you in dealing with the city’s highly-demanded real estate market.

    / 30th January 2018
  • 4 Household maintenance issues first time buyers should look out for

    Experienced home buyers know what warning signs to look for when shopping for a home since they’ve dealt with shifting foundations, flooded basements, and insect infestations. First-time buyers, though, lack this experience. Here are four household maintenance issues first time buyers should look out for.

    / 26th January 2018
  • How to Get that Cosy Feeling in Your Home

    Getting that cosy feeling in your home is much easier than you think. No matter if you live in a flat, a terrace, or a house right in the middle of the country, all of these places can achieve a cosy feeling. Making your home look cosy is certainly an important task, adding fury things, cosy colourful throws can really help too. A cosy house is also warm and welcoming too, so there are a few ideas to help you get your house nice and warm as well.

    / 22nd January 2018
  • Make Even The Coldest Space Feel Cosy With These Simple Tips!

    If you’re a fan of winter, then you know that there’s nothing better than being able to get snug and warm in your home no matter how horrible it gets outside. Of course, there are many people who feel as though they’re never going to be able to make the most of the festive season because it feels as though they’re constantly fighting an uphill battle with the cold. Let’s face it; you’re never going to be able to have a particularly merry holiday season if you and your family spend the entire time shivering with icicles dangling from your nostrils!

    / 14th December 2017
  • Bedroom renovations – Don’t ignore the fun stuff

    When it comes to planning bedroom renovations or transformations it, unfortunately, does involve addressing numerous practical matters. That doesn’t mean you should ignore the fun stuff, the stuff that will make the room its own.  The stuff that will make you smile each time you go in.

    / 29th November 2017