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Underlying Demand Fuels Strong Start To Property Market

Category: Buying, Landlords, Selling

The property market across Northcote, Thornbury and surrounds has experienced a strong start to 2020

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Strong Start To The Property Market

Category: Buying, Landlords, Selling

The start of the year has been marked by elevated buyer demand for property throughout Oakleigh, Oakleigh East, Oakleigh South, Chadstone, Hughesdale, Huntingdale and surrounds.

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Melbourne Market Update

Melbourne prices rose 2.2% in November 2019, making the Melbourne property market 3.7% below the peak in October 2017.

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Property Investment Update

2020 will remain positive for investors who look to diversify their portfolio with a variety of inner city, growth corridor suburbs and regional property.

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Renovation Tips

A well-presented property can attract the hearts, minds (and wallets!) of prospective buyers.

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What liabilities are you purchasing?

Category: Buying, Selling, Landlords

When purchasing a property affected by an owner’s corporation, purchasers often assume that they are only liable for what lies within the internal walls of the property.  

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Hidden Costs of Budget Conveyancing

Category: Buying, Selling, Landlords

When the time comes to buy or sell these assets both purchasers and vendors are faced with the option of using either lawyers or conveyancers; a decision that can be very confusing when they are offered what seems to be the same service by two different professionals.

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Property Due Diligence

Category: Buying, Selling
When purchasing existing residential premises, most people do not consider due diligence until after they’ve entered into a contract to buy the property. This is a common mistake. 

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Should I use a Conveyancer referred by a real estate agent?

Category: Buying, Selling

A good real estate agent will have professional connections to conveyancers and solicitors though some may think there may be an underlying motive or benefit to the agent.

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