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Australia and New Zealand have experienced significant natural disasters in recent years. When you’re at the whim of Mother Nature, having an appropriate level of home and contents insurance is an absolute necessity. Nevertheless, living in a hazard capital means insurance comes at an ever-increasing...

After a stormy couple of years, the sunshine appears to be breaking through for Melbourne’s property market once again.  While much of Melbourne is set to benefit from renewed confidence and a return of buyer demand, there are a handful of pockets where all of...

Negative gearing - a term you hear a lot in investor circles, but what exactly does it mean? This clever, and now widely used, investment strategy could make a huge difference to your yearly tax returns and future gains but many investors are not aware...

The growing number of families with children living in apartment complexes face challenges not only with the lack of family friendly communal spaces in some buildings but with adapting to the strata community by-laws governing resident activity.  Grant Mifsud takes a look at the challenges...

Many every-day investors are put off commercial property because they believe it’s too complex. But, with careful research and planning, it needn’t be. Andrew Crossley will dispel a few of those myths that could be holding you up....

A proposal to require New South Wales retirement villages to buy back unsold units just six months after they are vacated is expected to have ramifications across Australia. Mark Skelsey attended the Retirement Living Summit and has all the details....

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