Real Estate

How to Properly Identify Risks and Hazards When in the Market to Buy a New Home

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You’re newly married and dreaming of starting a family but one of the first things on the agenda is to buy your own home. This is undoubtedly an exciting proposition, but there are many elements to consider before you jump in and start scouring the marketplace. If you have no experience at all here then it can be especially daunting, but you should begin by coming up with a list of items that represent your ideal home and what you would like to avoid.…

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Cleaning: Enhancing Your Workplace through Outsourcing Commercial Cleaning Services

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If you are working on a full-time basis, your office is practically your second place of residence. This means that you need to be comfortable whenever you step in and out of your workplace. For this reason, you need to ensure that it is kept in a clean state for you, your employees, as well the clients. Cleanliness should be a priority in your business setting. The fact that most people do not have the time to clean their office setting makes commercial cleaning services essential.…

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Important Precautions About Asbestos in Your Home

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Finding asbestos in a home is somewhat rare these days, as many parts of the world have outlawed its use in construction and other applications. However, older homes may have asbestos in the attic, behind walls, and elsewhere, and of course not every construction supplies manufacturer will automatically follow the law! If you’ve found asbestos in your home, or suspect it may be present, note a few important precautions about its handling and disposal, so you know you and your family will be safe.…

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4 Ways To Maximise Value From A Retirement Home

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Retirement villages have become popular with many retired Australians who prefer the convenience of security-enabled premises with minimal maintenance requirements. Catering to the older generation, these retirement homes have plenty on offer. But choosing the right one depends on several factors. Here are some ways to maximise value from a retirement home. Choose A Ground Level Home Most retirement villages offer homes on the ground or first floor. Either option may suit you at the moment, but as you get older, your ability to climb staircases may be restricted.…

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Should You Rent out Your Property to Roommates Rather Than an Individual or Family?

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More people than ever are thinking about renting a property to make their home, rather than purchasing outright. These trends come and go, but currently represent a sizeable opportunity for those who want to rent out a property as a landlord. As certain segments of the workforce find it difficult to qualify for either a mortgage or a rental apartment on their own, so another trend has emerged. Now, more than one person may opt to live together in a “…

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Personalising your home offer for maximum impact

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When you are looking for a family home it can prove hard to compete against the cashed up offers of investors. However, depending on the circumstances, some buyers are much more comfortable selling to a property buyer that is not looking to demolishing a much-loved family home but instead wants to live in it. Here are some ways that your can make your offer stand out.  Write a personal letter to the sellers…

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