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Kitchens are just as susceptible to design trends as any other aspect of our home interiors- and this year it's all about architectural cohesion.

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First impressions are important, especially when trying to sell your home. Here are 5 quick tips to help you create the perfect open home experience for buyers.



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Moving can be a huge adjustment, particularly for kids. As a parent, you want to ease their pain and smooth this transition. Although every family, and every child is different, in general, these tried-and-true strategies are a good start.



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Why now might just be the perfect time for you to invest in a rental property.



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You're ready to sell your house. Having made this decision feels great, but you also know there's a quite a fair bit to do before putting up the 'For Sale'. We've developed a comprehensive eBook packed with professional advice, useful tips, checklists and fun infographics. Download it and find out about the ins and outs of selling a house in New Zealand and get prepared for the journey ahead! 

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As with many major life-leaps like having kids, getting hitched or even retiring, there’s rarely a ‘perfect’ time to sell your home. But having the smarts to determine the 'close-enough-to-perfect' time can mean fewer worries and a better price for your current home. This article might help if you're struggling to find the right time for you and your family. 

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Transform your ordinary bookcase into a clever style statement! 

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We designed the Professionals Pathway to Business Ownership programme with one vision in mind: to support emerging real estate talent and empower top salespeople to open and run their own businesses.


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Have you ever wanted to turn a pallet box into a coffee table? 

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Preparing for that first open home can be stressful- much like a first date, you only get one chance to make a good first impression. So while it's common sense to clean and declutter, how do you actually capture a buyer's attention in a way that is immediate and long-lasting?


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