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Property & Investment2018-10-05T14:13:32+00:00
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Buying your first investment property is exciting, but it also comes with new responsibilities. When you’re on your L-plates as a new landlord, it’s important to be aware of your rights and obligations and those of your tenants. Here are some of the essential things that you should know.

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If you’ve been dreaming about purchasing your own place, but a niggling voice in the back of your mind has been offering up objections, we’re here to tell that voice to pump the breaks, champ! We tackle some of the common objections first-home buyers may have to buying right now, and explain why you should talk with us today.

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Saving a 20% deposit for your first home is no easy task – particularly if you want to buy your home in Melbourne or Sydney where home values seem to be rising faster than most people can save. But the good news is that there could be ways to get around the problem.

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When selling your home, your main objective is to get the best possible price. So when should you put it on the market? Does the time of year make a difference? In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the most important seasonal factors that you should consider when deciding to sell your home.

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In Australia, the national past-time seems to be to save, save, save for a house deposit! Besides providing a cosy nest of your very own, buying a property can potentially open up a world of wealth building opportunities – for your long term benefit! Here’s a few reasons why real estate can be used as a powerful wealth generator.

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