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4 Biggest Seller Mistakes That Kill Property Market Value - Selling your home can be tough. You’re emotionally attached to your property but at the same time, it’s important to give yourself a shot at garnering the best sales value possible. There are, however, some common mistakes that you can make that will make the selling/buying process more troublesome than it needs to be. By making sure you avoid these, you’ll ensure that you get the best value possible from your sale. 1) Ignoring age...

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3 Alternative Home Buying Strategies For Financing Your Next Purchase

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Crossways Historic Country Inn - A MARYSVILLE TREASURE, THE “CROSSWAYS HISTORIC COUNTRY INN” FREEHOLD – TAVERN AND ACCOMMODATION – FOR PRIVATE SALE ON WALK IN -WALK OUT BASIS The 1920’s “Crossways Historic Country Inn” a large accommodation, food and beverage complex IS located in the heart of the Marysville tourist village, IT is a much-loved icon and local landmark. THE corner property IS located on the Steavenson River at the intersection of Murchison Street, Buxton – Marysville Road, an...

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Highly Developed Kilmore Farm Property Of Scale Adjoined By Lifestyle & Small Acreage Subdivision

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How to Ensure Auction Day Is a Success - Auctions for a property can be a scary experience. They are intense situations often built up over many weeks or months, and leaving without that dream house can often be a painful blow in the scheme of things. Fortunately, there are many useful things to bear in mind to ensure the day goes smoothly, as well as giving yourself the best chance of walking away with a new pair of house keys. Know your property  Before even proceeding with a bid, you wan...

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How to Ensure You Attract the Best Tenants Possible - So, you’ve put your property up on the market, but the question still remains: How can I make sure I’m doing everything I can to attract the right kinds of people to my property? Having good tenants will help alleviate stress, financial and time pressures in the long run, so it is important to have reliable tenants taking up your property. Fortunately, there are many ways to enhance your property and make it more attractive to potential ...

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The Tasmanian Market Climb - The Real Estate Institute of Tasmania (REIT) confirmed in its quarterly results that the real estate market has continued to strengthen in Tasmania. The market has seen the highest number of sales since 2004, with 2886 sales amounting to $955,721,525 across the region. This puts figures up by 29.6% in the last 12 months. According to the data, Launceston was the jewel in the crown, with 440 sales total. This is an annual increase by 34.6%. The North West followe...

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The Five Most Costly Mistakes for First-time Home-Buyers - Buying your first house is the start of a new and exciting chapter and is a defining moment in your life. It is also an expensive process and at times it can feel overwhelming. Decisions are made quickly and it’s likely to be the single biggest investment you’ll have made to date. The language used and ways of working in the house buying process can seem confusing and it’s difficult to know who to trust when it’s your first time aro...

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Locksley – Avenel District Rural Lifestyle Holding Offers Affordable Rural Living

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May Home Checklist - 1. Preparing for the chill In many places around the country it’s starting to get chillier and thoughts will turn to digging out the heater or preparing the first fire of the year. For those of us who don’t enjoy eternally warm weather May is a good time to start preparing for the chill so it doesn’t take you by surprise. The main priority is your lighting and heating. This comes at a cost, even though the most recent Consumer Price Index from the Australian Bureau of S...
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