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Five simple ways to modernise a dated kitchen

A modern kitchen is a top priority for many home-owners. If your kitchen is feeling dated after lockdown, a refresh might be in order, but the pain of a full-blown reno can quickly put off anyone. Avoid weeks eating microwave food and relying on a portable cooler by easily updating some key features instead. By

5 coastal-style cues for your home

The coastal home is one of the most coveted types of property in Australia, but not everyone can have a beachside mansion. Still, there are some ways to get the look in your home, even if you don’t have the views. 1. ‘Beachy’ materials and fabrics The starter fabric to a coastal home is undoubtedly

5 golden rules to avoid renovation hiccups

Renovation hiccups happen all the time. There’s not many renovations that didn’t have at least one little diversion on its way to completion. The key to success is being prepared.  When it comes to renovating, there are a myriad of cruel and creative things that can derail your project (and your sanity). The trick is

Search Mortgages – Finance Update

Fixed Rates Fixed rates are incredibly low at the moment and with Australian borrowers expecting the low interest rates to bottom out, there could be a move to consider fixed rates. The share of borrowers choosing a fixed-rate product remains high at 29.2%.  With 1-4 year fixed rates all being below 2% pa, that percentage

Must-haves for any bathroom renovation

Deciding on the Layout The biggest piece of advice is don’t be afraid to consult those around you. Often your tradesman, builder or friends will have ideas you may not have even considered. When renovating an existing bathroom, the layout is particularly important as you may be governed by the pre-existing plumbing, apartment block red

Corelogic Home Value Report – November

Australia’s housing market continued along a recovery trend through November. CoreLogic’s national index recorded a second consecutive monthly rise in November, with dwelling values up 0.8% over the month. The new recovery trend follows a 2.1% drop in Australian home values between April and September. According to CoreLogic’s Head of Research, Tim Lawless, if the current

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