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8 Ways To Have A Clean And Disinfected Home

With the current climate, there is a collective need to stay home and uphold extra careful hygiene.  According to the Department of Health and Human Services, recent studies suggest that COVID-19 (Coronavirus) can persist on surfaces from a few hours or up to numerous days. This places an importance on cleaning and sanitising everyday surfaces in

Why invest in Clayton now?

The City of Monash is pushing ahead with a solid and bold “long term vision” for the suburb of Clayton. For the past few years, the Melbourne suburb some 18kms south-east of the city’s CBD, has acknowledged the need for “transformative” thinking about the future. For instance, the current population of about 21,000 is set

6 Ways To Get Your Rental Applications To The Top Of The List

Did you know that 32% of households in Australia consist of tenants? That number has grown year-on-year, making renting one of the fastest growing real estate trends, especially for younger people. If you think about housing affordability, large deposits, and a cultural shift favouring lifestyle and alternative investments, it’s no real surprise to see the rise

Clayton – An Educational Hub

Clayton is well known for being a leading location for education for all ages from primary, secondary and higher education. With schools within walking distance from most streets within the area, Clayton poses an attractive destination for families with kids, local students and international students. This year, Clayton South Primary School celebrates its 90th year

The 4 Property Taxes You Need To Know!

The big difference between buying a house and a new pair of shoes is obviously the price — and for good reason.  Boots may be for walking, but buying a house means waving bye-bye to the landlord while building equity, wealth, security and stability with the soundest investment you’ll ever make. However, national house prices

The 4 Crucial Tips For Buying At Auction

In past years, buying a house was a matter of attending an open inspection, making an offer, and negotiating in your own time with the Vendor. However, this isn’t the case in the current market. A recent survey of 1000 real estate agents in the key Sydney and Melbourne markets, found that a staggering 90% of them believe auctions are the best way to maximise the selling price. For the buyer, this represents a challenge. How should you best negotiate

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