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Perfect outdoor living for every size garden

After months of being cooped inside in front of the fire, it’s finally time to throw open the windows and head outside. What better time to reimagine your outdoor living space? With one in two Australians saying they use their outdoor space for entertaining, it’s important to have it shipshape for summer. Whether you have…

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“74 The Anchorage” – Record sale for Port Macquarie

One of Port Macquarie’s most prestigious canal addresses “74 The Anchorage”, has sold at auction for a Port Macquarie residential record price of $2.95 million. The sale follows an extensive auction campaign executed by Elders Port Macquarie sales agent, Corrine Cunningham. Set among Port Macquarie’s coveted canal locale, the five bedroom, three bathroom property appealed…

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The freshest new decor trends for spring

Could that be sunshine streaming into our homes? Yes, spring is finally upon us. As well as bringing longer days and a relief from soaring power bills, spring tends to show us our homes in a whole new light. While you’re throwing open the windows and scrubbing away the winter dirt, consider whether your decor…

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What the property market will look like in 2030

Predicting the property market is as much art as science, but that doesn’t mean you need a crystal ball. By looking at the changing demographics of the Australian market, including where and how we live, we can make some predictions about the next ten years. Whether you’re buying an investment property or a home to…

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5 Smart ways to spend your tax return

Thanks to the Coalition’s tax cuts, a record number of Australians have already lodged their tax return for 2018-19 and have a nice little lump sum burning a hole in their bank account. But what to spend it on? You could sock it into the savings account, but surely it’s your patriotic duty to spend…

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Smashed avocado and marketing to millennials

Millennials, commonly categorised as those people born between 1981 and 1996, are a huge market demographic – and they’re wielding more force than ever before. There are a lot more of them than their Gen X counterparts, and now that they’re between 23 and 38 years old they’re at the prime age to buy their…

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Spotlight on Redlands, QLD

Half an hour’s drive from Brisbane’s CBD lies the scenic southern coast of Moreton Bay and the rich red plains that gave Redland its name. Redland City, better known simply as the Redlands, spread out along the southern coast of Moreton Bay. It’s comprised of suburban and coastal communities, including islands, but has no clear…

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On trend heating options for your home

Today’s heating options go beyond keeping you warm. They provide a focal point for the home, encouraging the family to gather in a communal area. It’s important, therefore, that they suit the tone and layout of your particular space, as well as fitting in with your lifestyle. Here are a few of the latest options…

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5 Renovation tips to add value to your investment

The beginning of the financial year is the perfect time to set some financial goals and turn your mind to building wealth for the future. For example, undertaking renovations that will increase the market value of your investment property. Whether you’re planning to put it on the market or leverage its value against further investments,…

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Gardening around Australia

The air is crisp and the soil is soft with rain: it’s the perfect time to get out into the garden and get some work done before spring. While it might be tempting to stay inside in front of the fire, this is arguably the most important time of year for gardeners, with plenty to…

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