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    Want your dream home now? Try renovating

    ​Upgrading your home is one of the most profitable decisions you can make. Not only does this provide a sense of accomplishment, home upgrades influence the aesthetic appeal of your home, which will pay off when it comes time to sell your property.

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    Sign of the times

    With all the speculation around what is happening with the interest rate, people are getting their knickers in a knot. Here is some news that may relieve fears for the time being – There are currently a few lenders on the market now offering 3 year fixed rates below 4%!

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    Try something new? Some home loan insight

    ​Did you know there is a general practice in the business of banking and home loans to offer the latest deals to new clients? The result is that existing clients are left in the dark and could very well miss the opportunity to gain access to these innovations.

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    How much does a cash rate cut add to the value of a property?

    ​When you’re after real estate in Double Bay, there’s a particular kind of lifestyle you seek. A villa on the water with the wonderful views is the dream of many, and it’s a type of property that can often only be found right here when you rent property in eastern suburbs.

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    What has the RBA done for you lately?

    ​As property prices climb around Australia, particularly here in Sydney, that dream of owning real estate in Double Bay can seem to be getting further and further away. However, May has brought good news from the Reserve Bank of Australia, as the board decided to slash the cash rate by 25 basis p...

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    April cash rate announced

    ​As occurs at the beginning of most months, the board of the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has gathered to announce any changes made to the official cash rate. This can impact interest rates, foster growth, moderate inflation and affect a wide range of financial factors, so is well worth paying...

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    Will the cash rate go down again?

    ​April is nearly here, and with it comes another Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) decision on the official cash rate (OCR). It has not moved since February, when it was cut to the historic lo w of 2.25 per cent. So will the RBA bring an Easter gift to people in search of real estate in the eastern...

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    What’s driving the auction frenzy?

    ​When you want to buy real estate in the eastern suburbs, one option available to you is buying at auction. This can create a thrilling environment, as well as offer you the chance to get a bargain on a home – if you play your cards right.

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    Low Interest Rates Predicted to Continue

    ​Low interest rates are making it a great time for you to enter the property market, and according to recent data, chances are rates will remain low for the foreseeable future.

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    NSW Posts Strength in Home Lending, Construction

    ​New South Wales remains a strong economic performer, good news if you're looking to purchase property in the Sydney region.

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    NSW Suburbs Beat Out the Competition

    ​Suburbs in New South Wales made the state the most represented in Smart Property Investment's third annual Fast 50 report for 2014.

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    NSW Property Sentiment Reaches New Heights

    ​Optimism regarding the New South Wales property market is at its highest level in two-and-a-half years, according to the 2014 Property Council of Australia – ANZ Property Industry Confidence Survey.

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    NSW Home Buyers Seeing Favourable Market

    Dwelling approvals were on the rise in New South Wales during November 2013, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). The ABS reported on January 9 that dwelling approvals increased 1.3 per cent in NSW on a month-over-month basis.