5 Things to Evaluate Before Buying a Home

13 April 2018
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Many potential homeowners become emotionally attached to one of the homes that a real estate agent takes him or her to see during the home buying process. Such an attachment can make you overlook important things which must be checked to avoid unpleasant surprises once the home is bought. This article discusses some of those crucial things which you should check before you let your emotions drive you to buy a given home. Read More 

Thinking of Buying a Pub? Ask Yourself These Questions

2 January 2018
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Pubs have been an icon of Australian culture for many years. They have served as a place for friends to meet, talk and share drinks/meals together. They have also been the perfect place to unwind after a hard day at work or when going through tough times. It is therefore not uncommon for most to be attracted to a pub for sale when looking at properties for sale. Owning a pub can be an exciting experience, but you need to be properly prepared. Read More 

4 Winning Guidelines To Get Approved For A Rental When You Have A Pet

26 December 2017
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Securing a rental can be tough even at the best of times, so it can be especially challenging to get approved for a property when you have a pet. Here are some winning guidelines to get approved for a rental when you have a pet. Get Your Pet Vaccinated And Retain All Records No landlord wants an unvaccinated pet in their property, so make sure you get your pet the requisite vaccinations. Read More 

House Purchase: Three Critical Guidelines on Preparing for Settlement

15 December 2017
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Property settlement is the most important milestone in the house purchase process. In general, settlement can be defined as the process through which the ownership of the home is passed from the seller to you. Without this official and legal process, you cannot claim any rights of ownership. Under ideal circumstances, you should hire a qualified settlement agent to help you close the house purchase deal. However, if you have legal expertise and experience, you can perform the process without professional intervention. Read More