Understanding your borrowing power

1 / 5 / 2019

A lot of terms get thrown at you when you're buying a house. You’ve probably heard of borrowing power while looking into home loans, but what exactly is it? Sadly, it’s not a superpower you magically gain when you find your dream home.

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Accommodating a growing family

1 / 3 / 2019

Expecting a new addition to the family? Congratulations! Welcoming a new baby is an incredibly exciting time, and we’re sure you are overjoyed.

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New year, new property?

1 / 1 / 2019

The new year is a time for new beginnings. Many set life, love, or career goals and feel inspired to make significant changes.

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A guide to guarantor loans

1 / 11 / 2018

When the prospect of buying your first home is on the horizon, few feelings are more deflating than realising you might need a guarantor… But, this option could be your key to entering the property market sooner.

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Townhouses vs. free-standing homes

1 / 11 / 2018

Whether you’re buying your first property or downsizing from an existing home, you’re likely to face the decision of what style of housing to purchase.

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Saving for your first home? Here’s what to consider

8 / 2 / 2018

So, you’ve decided you’d like to own your first home. Navigating the buying process can be daunting at first and without some guidance, it can result in some hefty outlays that you didn’t account for! We take a look at some of the important financial components to consider when saving, to ensure all bases are covered when the time comes to make the big purchase.

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Tile trends for 2018

29 / 11 / 2017

Upgrading the tiling in your home is no small decision. If you’re on the hunt for the perfect looking tile, we’ve rounded up some of the hottest tiling trends set to dominate in 2018.

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Watch out for Watson

30 / 10 / 2017

It’s a stone’s throw from some of Canberra’s seemingly wealthy suburbs including O’Connor, Reid and Turner, though Watson’s draw card has long been its affordability.

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Canberra’s most affordable suburbs

29 / 9 / 2017

Image Via dronestagram As Australia’s third most expensive capital city to buy a house, it’s important to keep in mind which suburbs are the most affordable when searching for your new home in Canberra.

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So You’ve Bought a Mr Fluffy Block…

1 / 5 / 2017

By now you’ve probably heard of Mr Fluffy. But, if on the off chance you haven’t, here’s the deal – a small business decision to improve Canberra’s energy performance in the 1960’s and 70’s lead to over 1000 established homes having residual loose asbestos, known as Mr Fluffy’s.

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Buying a new home vs buying an established home

30 / 1 / 2017

Buying a new home vs buying an established home? This is a question we constantly get asked, the truth is, there are advantages and disadvantages for both! We’ve pulled together a list of what we love - and less than love - about purchasing an established home and purchasing a brand new home.

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Who chooses a Knock Down Rebuild?

11 / 10 / 2016

Who chooses a Knock Down Rebuild? We’ve already established that knock down rebuilds are becoming increasingly popular in Australia, but you may be wondering who chooses to go through the exciting process of demolition and building a dream home when you’ve outgrown your current space? If any of these sound like you, a knock down rebuild might be perfect option.

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Throsby is the answer

7 / 10 / 2016

Throsby is the latest addition to sunny Gungahlin. Sitting on the North side of Horse Park Drive and backing the Goorooyarroo Nature Reserve and Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary, this suburb has all the convenience of the city with the stunning vistas of a regional township.

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Why Googong? 10 reasons to invest

29 / 7 / 2016

There’s no doubt that there’s been a lot of buzz around Googong – but how much do you actually know? We’ve got 10 things you maybe didn’t know that will make you want to find out more!

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What’s holding your house up?

2 / 5 / 2016

There’s more to a house than four walls and a roof. Foundations and footings, structural timbers and steel, and load bearing brickwork are all doing their bit to keep your house up for decades to come.

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