5 eco-friendly home improvements that can increase the value of your property

5 eco-friendly home improvements that can increase the value of your property

Insight, Latest posts, Property Investment, Property Management, Property Renovation

If you’re looking to sell your home any time in the near future, you might be considering how to increase the value of your property. Not only can making your property more eco-friendly increase its value, it can also help your property stand out with more and more home buyers concerned about their carbon footprint.Read More

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Australia’s Safe Suburbs Map: Victoria

Australia’s Safe Suburbs Map: Victoria

Insight, Melbourne

Warrnambool and South West Victoria are regarded as the safest region in the state for property crime with 55% of “lower than average risk” postcodes. This includes regional centres along the Great Ocean Road including Apollo Bay, extending to Colac and Casterton. Melbourne’s Outer-East suburbs rank highest in the metropolitan area, extending from Doncaster East to BelgraveRead More

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Australia’s Safe Suburbs Map: New South Wales

Australia’s Safe Suburbs Map: New South Wales

Insight, Sydney

There’s a clear winner when it comes to the number of “lower than average risk” Sydney suburbs. Sydney’s North and suburbs north of the Harbour Bridge are the safest for property crime including the Upper & Lower North Shore to Hornsby, Northern Beaches, and Ryde taking out the top 3 safest areas in NSW for property crime. The Southern Highlands & Shoalhaven region whichRead More

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Australia’s Safe Suburbs Map: Queensland

Australia’s Safe Suburbs Map: Queensland

Brisbane, Insight

Head out west to the Darling Downs & Maranoa if you‘re looking to live in Queensland’s safest region for property crime. There is no longer a northside/southside debate. Brisbane’s western suburbs are the safest with 33% marked “lower than average risk” extending from north-west suburbs such as The Gap to Moggill in the south-west, via Indooroopilly and the CentenaryRead More

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Queensland property market: strong fundamentals

Queensland property market: strong fundamentals

Brisbane, Insight

Queensland’s housing markets have maintained their strong gains over the last few months. The state’s COVID battles have been less debilitating with more sporadic lock-downs but less often and much shorter than those in NSW and Victoria. Remarkably, turnover is over 60% above its pre-COVID level, and price gains in Brisbane are still tracking justRead More

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