Importance of Contract Reviews

Purchasing and owning your own home has long been part of the Australian dream. Whilst the pandemic has seen fewer property transactions being completed compared to this time last year. It has been evident that time at home in isolation has given people time to reflect on what is important. Many millennials have decided that […]

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$668 Million Home Builder Scheme Unveiled

Great news for FIRST HOME BUYERS and those looking to buy  and renovate a house or purchase house and  land packages! Prime Minister Scott Morrison confirmed Australians will be able to access grants of $25,000 for home renovations between June and December 2020 to combat the negative effects the lockdown has had on the construction […]

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Australian Property Council’s proposed Post Co-Vid 19 revival of the Property Sector

As Australia begins to ease community movement restrictions and emerge from the slumber imposed by the Covid -19 pandemic. The Property Council of Australia has proposed a 7 – point plan to both reinvigorate the Australian Property Market and slowly  rebuild our fragile economy. $50,000 New Home Boost Scheme – The grant was proposed to […]

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8 Ways to prepare your home for Winter

As the nation slowly prepares to emerge from the slumber imposed by CoVid-19, it is the perfect time to prepare your home for the challenges you may encounter during an Australian Winter. An Australian Winter can create an array of safety concerns due to the wild storms, severe rainfall and freezing temperatures. Here are our […]

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Should I purchase Off the Plan?

First home buyers are attracted to Off the plan purchases because of the generous concessions and exemptions offered by the Victorian Government. Buying off the plan occurs when an individual signs a contract to purchase a dwelling that is yet to be constructed. Before, purchasing off the plan, consider the following; Benefits: • Fixed price: […]

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What is a S52 Statement?

In Victoria, when selling a small business valued at $450,000 or less, vendors are required to provide purchasers with a statement that adheres to the requirements of Section 52 of the Estate Agents Act. The statement details the financials of the business for both the current and preceding two years, enabling prospective purchasers to make an […]

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