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What is Stamp Duty?

Stamp duty is often one the largest upfront costs involved when purchasing property and will vary in each state or territory and with the value of the property. NOTE:It is important to check with your state’s regulators office (visit ato.gov.au) to gain the most...

Top 20 Factors to Consider Prior to Listing

1. Local Market Conditions: Understanding the pulse of the local real estate market is crucial for potential sellers. A seasoned agent should provide insights into current trends, such as whether it’s a buyer’s or seller’s market, and share data on...

Pricing strategies are a major part of selling your home

Pricing strategies are a major part of selling your home. To market your house competitively, you need to set a price based on the facts using tangible factors.  Pricing is a balancing act Your asking price is pivotal in determining how long your home will be on the...

Factors that can affect the Value of Your Property

Home prices can differ substantially. Factors range from economic and common sense,through to intangible factors. Position – Position – Position There is probably nothing that influences a property’s price more than its position. Including. Suburb / Street /...

Things to consider when buying a property

This guide is designed to help prospective buyers thoroughly assess a property before making a purchase decision, and is not necessarily comprehensive in nature. It’s important for buyers to consider hiring an accredited building and pest inspector for a more...

Conveyancing101

Conveyancing is the transfer of legal title of property from one person to another. Conveyancing-101Download