Buying a property

Do you never run out of ideas? Do you have a penchant for shaking things up through do-it-yourself (DIY) projects at home? If your answer is yes, then welcome to Renovie! When we say upcycling, we create a better version of a new item using cheap...

Veronica Morgan says it is becoming noticeable that the need for more people to be living together is creating a demand for a different style of property which she says some buyers are struggling to find.  Moving out of the city is one solution but...

In service-oriented businesses like real estate, having an organized CRM database is crucial as it a way of keeping track of everything - from getting leads up to the actual sale and beyond. But not everyone is good at it and this is where Beverly...

Multigenerational living arrangements thought to be more commonplace in many parts of the world are quietly emerging in Australia. Research from the UNSW City Futures Research Centre shows one in five Australians lives in a multigenerational household. That increases to around one in four Sydneysiders...

People generally equate transit-oriented development to a building with an apartment upstairs. Its ground floor has retail and it sits on top of a train. This is something that is usually found in the city of New York. With recent developments within the areas surrounding the...

Developers are taking notice and being influenced by series like the recent ABC heart-warming television documentary Old People’s Home for Four-Year-Olds, in which young children were regularly brought into an aged care facility in Sydney’s Northern Beaches. The shift towards intergenerational living and activities is...

One of the reasons some buyers and sellers do not like auctions is because they have been given inaccurate information like having to bid unconditionally and keeping on the 30/60/90 terms or the rights of the seller to refuse an offer in the auction. These...

Award-winning Sydney builder, Andrew Payton says the idea that homes with green credentials take longer to build and require a ‘sustainability premium’ is ludicrous. He says it is ridiculous that some builders attach a premium to making homes more sustainable.  He explains how to do...

Aging populations, rising house prices, longer working hours plus escalating childcare and healthcare costs are all factors that might contribute to more families considering an intergenerational living arrangement.  So this week, we look at downsizing and multi-generations living under the one roof.   Melbourne Buyers Agent...

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