If you’re thinking about buying an investment property this year, then make sure you’re doing it for the right reasons.
Don’t give in to the fear about the housing market and falling property prices. This is not the beginning of the end; it is an opportunity.
If you’ve got the time and the right personality you may be able to bypass a real estate agent – and their fees – and sell your home yourself.
Single baby boomers are turning their backs on traditional senior housing in favour of selling up, pooling resources and setting up share-houses.
Right now we all see falling property prices. This is long overdue and watching the media turn from “property prices to boom” to “property prices to bust” does cause me to laugh out loud.
Still renting at 61, Alison has been advised to buy a home before she reaches retirement age in order to qualify for the pension.
In times like this, the advice from most experts is that if you don’t have to sell, don’t. But some property owners don’t have a choice, so here are some tips to ensure you do it well.
If the number of residents under 19 and over 65 is decreasing faster than the state average, your suburb could be in the early stages of gentrification.