Downsizing Your Home And Upsizing Your Sunset Years “We’d like to thank you Quy and the speakers. It’s been a very informative seminar and we’ve really benefited from it. We look forward to future seminars”. Q Realty workshops: Downsizing Your Home and Upsizing Your Sunset Years – with Kath Lewis and Guy Gibbons.
One of the first things I learned when I started investing was the value of surrounding yourself with a great team. Doing so can, quite literally, save you thousands, not only as you begin but throughout your entire investing journey. When choosing your team, seek the recommendations of those you trust, be they friends, work … Read more 5 people you need as a property investor
There are many factors to consider when buying or renting a property. The obvious ones include price, location, public transport links, schools and community spirit. However buying or renting can be a particularly stressful time and often important factors are overlooked, such as child safety. Each year approximately 241 Australian children (aged 0-14 years) are … Read more Factor in Child Safety when choosing a property to buy or rent
RP Data – Australian Housing Market July 2013 Watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5BGnDSjdIw
The Property Professor looks at the year ahead for property investors, and tells us which suburbs are worth a closer look. It would be nice if we could gaze into a crystal ball to look at what is in store for the future but I have yet to find a crystal ball that works! However, … Read more 2013 – What can investors expect?
Many of us choose to relocate as part of our retirement – to villages, communities, the country, or just a bigger or smaller property in a nearby spot. If your parents are going moving as part of their retirement, here’s some simple ways you can help them out. It’s still all about location Location, location, … Read more 5 ways to help your parents feel at home in retirement
How do you realise the best property strategy in today’s market? It’s the age-old question: do I rent or buy? It does not always have a black and white answer. Moneyhound explores the pros and cons for each to assist an informed decision. Rent or buy to suit your situation There are positive and negative … Read more Rent vs. Buy: Who’s in front?
Owner-occupier home loan approvals have posted the strongest jump in four years. Personal and business financing are also showing signs of growth, following a series of interest rate cuts. But home loan approvals are experiencing the strongest revival, rising by 5.8 per cent in March to cap off a 9.3 per cent increase since the … Read more Home loans rise at fastest pace since 2009
Queenslanders living in public housing will be encouraged to see their homes as transitional and the management of housing stock will be outsourced. Housing Minister Tim Mander announced on Thursday his 2020 vision for public housing, which focuses on encouraging tenants to move into the private rental market. Mr Mander said while high-needs tenants would … Read more Qld ‘moving on’ public housing tenants