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  • The First Timer’s Guide To Decorating A Home!

    Congratulations! You’ve just bought your first house and we’re sure you can’t wait to transform this empty shell into your dream home. However, there are a few factors to take into account before beginning your decorating masterpiece. Here’s everything you need to know if it’s your first time decorating a … Read more

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  • How To Resettle Your Pets In A New Home

    Moving house and unsure how best to settle your pets into a new environment? Along with our friends at Jetpets, we’ve put together our top 7 tips to help make the transition as smooth and relaxed as possible – for both you and your pet. Familiarise your pet with their … Read more

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  • The Joys Of Climbing Plants

    Climbing plants, also known as vines, grow naturally in tropical and temperate forests. Some use tendrils to anchor themselves to supports, while others – such as English ivy – use suckers to grip. Many climbers need to be trained to grow onto trellises or wires, often with a little wire … Read more

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  • 9 Ways To Make A Small Room Look Bigger And Feel Spacious

    Small spaces in the home are becoming more common whether through choice or necessity. It doesn’t have to be a negative – there are plenty of ways to make a small room feel larger and yet retain a cosy and homely feel. The good news is, you don’t have to completely redecorate to … Read more

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  • Get Your Garden Ready For A Hot Summer

    With a hot summer ahead and water restrictions in place, now is the time to prepare and get into some good garden habits to ensure it thrives during the hotter months. Think before planting Consider plants that do well in heat and require less water to grow; think succulents, tomatoes, … Read more

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  • Our Favourite Pre-Summer Landscaping Tips

    Australia is in for a hotter summer than usual, according to the Bureau of Meteorology’s forecasts. That means 40 degree days and tropical nights are ahead, all of which can make it tough to spend time doing things outside, like tending to your garden. However, you home’s first impression is … Read more

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  • Our 5 Favourite Summer Renos

    We’re knocking on the door of a beautiful balmy summer – the best time of the year to be Australian. During everybody’s favourite season there’ll no doubt be long warm nights outside enjoying food and drink with friends and family. A great way to make sure you enjoy these moments … Read more

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  • Easy Maintenance Issues You Can Fix When Selling A Property

    Repairs can be an added inconvenience to the already hectic period that comes with trying to sell a property. Of course, your primary goal is to maximise the return on your original real estate investment, so you don’t want to be shelling out for professionals to fix every little problem. … Read more

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  • What Should You Be Looking Out For At An Inspection?

    WHAT SHOULD YOU BE LOOKING OUT FOR AT AN INSPECTION? You’ve set up the alerts on your phone, planned out the calendar and resigned yourself to giving up your Saturday morning sleep-in. Bring on the open for inspections. What’s the best way to approach them? Firstly, go to as many … Read more

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  • Get A Head Start On Your Spring Clean To Speed Up Your Sale

    The summer season is a busy time in real estate. If you are thinking of selling this summer, give your property a thorough spring clean to ensure buyers see your home at its best. It can also be a good idea to consider what else you can do to make your … Read more

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