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What are the interior trends we will be seeing this Spring/Summer?
In 2022 the population grew by record numbers – the largest ever recorded numeric increase in a calendar year according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
National home prices moved higher in September, with the spring selling season blooming. National prices have now recovered 2022’s falls entirely after climbing 0.35% month-on-month to peak levels. Prices are up 4.31% so far this year.
Melbourne’s property investment market continues to be a rollercoaster ride. Underwhelming vacancy rates and a lack of many options for renters have seen rental prices continue to rise, which has been beneficial for those on the investing end
Embracing the flexibility of Australian living spaces amidst changing times
Australia’s love for the great outdoors is evident in the importance placed on outdoor entertaining spaces.
Wandering through Melbourne’s neighbourhoods reveals a rich architectural tapestry, where each style narrates a distinct historical era.
After a fourth straight month of interest rates being put on hold and the warm sunshine of spring putting everyone in a good mood, Melbourne’s property market is slowly getting back to its usual well-performed self.
It’s good news for property owners as the spring selling season kicks off with home prices continuing to rise.
During April to June 2023, many suburbs across the city have seen elite sales results, causing an increase in median pricing across both the housing and unit markets.
If you’re thinking of putting your house on the market during the robust spring months, here are a few tips to help you get your house perfect and ready for market.