Creating Perfect Peace with Plants

The indoor air quality in our homes can be compromised by building materials, furnishings, carpet, paint, TV/phone/Wi-Fi electromagnetic radiation, mould, sprays and cooking fumes. This off-gassing can be extremely harmful to our health, especially in the long-term.   The CSIRO estimates that poor indoor air quality in Australia may cost around $12 billion per year, […]

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Looking to invest in Property? Here’s Some Things to Consider.

Thinking of purchasing an investment property? Like your own home, it’s a big decision, and you want to make a good one. There are many things to consider when buying an investment property, and most people don’t plan correctly or do proper research. Don’t just jump in without first seeking advice from your accountant, bank […]

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Making Navigation of Building & Pest Inspections Easy

Making Navigation of Building & Pest Inspections Easy So, you’re keen on a property but you want to make sure it’s all what the agent says it is. A building and pest inspection is always recommended when you’re in the market for a new home. Think of it like buying a car – you wouldn’t think of purchasing […]

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Scents to Help Sell Your Property For You

Scents that help you sell your property for more money

Looking at selling? The first step, before you require conveyancing, is to entice a buyer to want to purchase your property. It is scientifically proven that our judgment can be influenced by our sensory receptors and perceptions. Not just the appearance of an object but the smell, can also influence buyer’s decisions. The appearance of […]

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Settlement Delayed? Here’s What You Need to Know and Do Next

What to do when you have Settlement Delays

First things first, what does Settlement Delay mean? Settlements are delayed when either the buyer (the Purchaser) or the Seller (the Vendor) are unable to meet the Settlement day. Settlement day is probably the most important day in conveyancing. It is the date and time set by the Vendor in the Contract of Sale, for […]

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