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    1. Australian Property Buyers are Eyeing Heritage Homes

      Australian Property Buyers are Eyeing Heritage Homes

      Kristen Craze shares with us some fascinating findings in this Real Estate Australia article. It’s titled Prospective Buyers Looking to Go Back to the Future With Historic Homes in Demand.

      Here's a short excerpt:

      Househunters have been showing a keen interest in heritage homes, with period properties atop the most viewed listings going to auction this Saturday.

      Just one month out from Christmas week, which usually signals a four to six-week hiatus in the auction market, and the heat is on historic homes heading under the hammer.

      To see some really beautiful historic homes already listed on the ...

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    2. Mud-Brick Home is Expected to Sell for Record Amount

      Mud-Brick Home is Expected to Sell for Record Amount

      Here's a compelling listing from the Real Estate Australia. It's called Mud-Brick Merricks House Poised to Raise Record Residential Price.

      Here’s a short excerpt:

      One of just three listings in the Mornington Peninsula suburb on realestate.com.au, 102 Thompsons Lane has $6.8-$7.4 million price hopes.

      If it sells within or above this range, it would eclipse the $6.5 million fetched by 3509 Frankston-Flinders Rd in 2014.

      Have a look at the complete article for more information.

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    3. Queensland Heritage Home Draws Crowds

      Queensland Heritage Home Draws Crowds

      Stumbled upon this interesting piece by Real Estate Australia's Sophie Foster. It’s called QLD’s Hottest House Listed for First Time in Three Lifetimes.

      It shares an interesting opportunity to purchase one of the region's most sought after heritage homes. Here’s a short excerpt about it:

      The property was put on the Queensland Heritage register in 2001 and still has all its character features including feature fireplaces four main rooms, decorative ceiling roses and feature lighting, a stained glass feature front door, original hoop pine floors, and bay windows in four main rooms.

      If you want ...

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    4. Lifestyle suburbs leading the Manningham charge

      Lifestyle suburbs leading the Manningham charge

      Donvale and Templestowe are leading the charge as Manningham’s star performers.

      The municipality was one of just two across Melbourne to have two suburbs with rising sales volumes in Hotspotting’s latest Price Predictor Index.

      The index uses changes in the number of sales, rather than price movement, to predict future price adjustments: so a rise in sales is taken as a sign prices would be following.

      Manningham market given vote of confidence with pre-auction offers

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    5. Queensland’s most viewed house going to auction

      Queensland’s most viewed house going to auction

      QUEENSLAND’S most viewed property going to auction this weekend is in the multicultural hub of Sunnybank in Brisbane’s outer ring.

      The five-bedroom house at 58 Dunedin St, Sunnybank has had more than 3000 online views in less than three weeks according to realestate.com.au data.

      David Healy of Healy Homes built the two-storey house in 2006 for Michael and Catherine Purcell, who purchased the 1023sq m block in an exclusive location in 2001.

      “It’s been our home, not just a house,” Mr Purcell said.

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    6. Big win for Lake Munmorah vendors

      Big win for Lake Munmorah vendors

      A four-bedroom family home in Lake Munmorah has sold in just 30 days for the highest price in the suburb for 2019.

      The property at 51 Terence Ave sold for $960,000, which was the top end of the price guide.

      With a stand out tropical style backyard, high ceilings and a contemporary kitchen, the local buyers were originally looking for a waterfront, but were so impressed by the home that they decided to change direction.

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    7. Artist unveils magnificent South Melbourne mansion

      Artist unveils magnificent South Melbourne mansion

      Artist Josef Brunhuber is brushing aside his magnificent South Melbourne home of 33 years to downsize.

      The emerging Austrian-born painter — who pursued his passion for art at age 71 after a long career in design — has $6.5-$7 million price hopes for the 1906-built mansion at 313 Park St.

      CoreLogic records show if that price is achieved, the property will finally eclipse 49 Howe Cres’s 2011 sale worth $6.25 million to set a new residential record for the suburb.

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    8. Country living close to the city

      Country living close to the city

      Even though they have lived in their Gumdale home for more than three years, Scott MacDonald said he was still surprised that there was acreage available so close to the Brisbane CBD.

      Mr MacDonald and his wife Catrina were first attracted to the large block the house was on and thought it an ideal place to raise their three young children.

      The sprawling main home has five bedrooms, while the property also houses a renovated three-bedroom cottage.

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    9. Insights from Radio Announcer and Prominent Property Investor Troy Ellis

      Insights from Radio Announcer and Prominent Property Investor Troy Ellis

      Here's a fascinating article from Real Estate Australia. It's called Nova 100's Troy Ellis Shares His Home Truths.

      In it, the radio announcer shares some fascinating insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Get into the market as soon as you can. There’s no good or bad time if you are buying property for the medium to long term, especially if you’re buying a home for somewhere to live as opposed to investment.

      Take a look at the rest of the article for more of his fascinating views, tips, lessons in property investing...

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    10. Brisbane Properties Are On a New High

      Brisbane Properties Are On a New High

      Here's a fascinating story for property investors everywhere. It's from Real Estate Australia and it's called Brisbane House Price Hits New High.

      It shares some interesting data about the Brisbane property market. Heres' a short but informative excerpt:

      The latest Real Estate Institute of Queensland Market Monitor, released today, shows the annual median house price within the city’s local government area rose 1.5 per cent in the 12 months to the end of March to reach a new high of $680,000.

      It's an exciting time for Brisbane sellers and might be an even ...

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    11. Property Investor at 23 Years Old

      Property Investor at 23 Years Old

      Thought we'd share with you this inspiring story on Real Estate Australia. It's called 23yo Scores $544k Flat in Three Years.

      It shares the property investment story of Dinisha Devadason who was 21 years old when she decided to save up for her first investment. Here's a short excerpt for some context:

      In March this year, the property was finally settled, and tenants have since moved in, netting Ms Devadason $400 per week in rental income.

      That cash goes straight to her mortgage, leaving her with a little left over.

      It’s a welcome reward after she ...

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    12. Both Sides of the First Time Buyer's Scheme Being Pushed By Labor and Liberal Parties

      Both Sides of the First Time Buyer's Scheme Being Pushed By Labor and Liberal Parties

      Here's an interesting article from Real Estate Australia that we think is worth the share. It's called First Time Home Buyer Scheme 'Dumb', Analyst Says.

      It shares the developments in the new legislative agenda and how various parties look at it. Here's a short quote from the article for more context:

      The Liberal Party announced earlier this week it would offer first home buyers a helping hand with a scheme designed to help them purchase with just a 5 per cent deposit.

      Bill Shorten’s Labor Party followed the proposal up with a pledge to match the ...

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    13. How to Approach Development Applications

      How to Approach Development Applications

      We found this article from Real Estate Australia and thought that we would share it here. It's called Development Application & Building Approvals.

      It shares some insights on the application processes needed to develop your home. Here's one of them:

      There are usually council fees associated with things like crossover and footpath bonds, the civil engineer’s plans, asbestos reports, and so on. These may not have been picked up in the DA documentation, however, the certifier will require this information before handing you an occupation certificate (OC), which is obtained once the project is finalised.

      Check out the ...

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    14. High Profile Home is Finally Sold

      High Profile Home is Finally Sold

      This is a fascinating article from Real Estate Australia Online Magazine and we thought we would share it here. It's called Early Sale for Big House on Tiny Block.

      We get to check out some photos and read about the highlights of a high-profile home. Here's an excerpt to show you just how big of a deal it is:

      The sale of 12 Burne Ave, Dee Why was always expected to be a big one. During its pre-auction campaign some 140 groups inspected the home, 16 contracts were issued and there were more than 10,000 page views ...

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    15. The Downturn is Finally Slowing Down

      The Downturn is Finally Slowing Down

      Have you seen this article from Real Estate Australia? It's called Values Fall Again, But Rates Show Signs the Downturn is Slowing. We thought we would share it here.

      In it, Amanda Sheppeared offers some important insights. Here's one that we thought would be of much use to our readers:

      Sydney’s dwelling values fell by 3.2 per cent over the March quarter, slightly less than the 4.1 per cent recorded in the February quarter, according to CoreLogic. It’s a trend being seen around the country. The CoreLogic hedonic home value index results reveal that ...

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    16. Cutting Edge of Smart Homes

      Cutting Edge of Smart Homes

      Have you ever heard of the concept of the House With No Bills?

      If you haven't then you must not live in Cheltenham where it's currently all the rage in the construction and realty business. It's a concept where homes are mostly solar powered and bills are just kept as close to zero as possible through smart home systems.

      In this article, Nathan Mawby shows us how this system is being utilized by Simonds Homes. Many other technologies that electricians are integral parts of are also being introduced by the company in the process.

      "Simonds is now ...

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    17. When renovating a kitchen, we tend to think of adding extra storage, installing new fittings and improving layout. But the best way to make a real style statement is with ...

      When renovating a kitchen, we tend to think of adding extra storage, installing new fittings and improving layout. But the best way to make a real style statement is with ...

      When renovating a kitchen, we tend to think of adding extra storage, installing new fittings and improving layout. But the best way to make a style statement is with the splashback.

      It may not be the first thing that comes to mind, but the humble splashback can take up a substantial amount of space in any kitchen, and prove a key element to adding personality and flare.

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    18. Discover your design style

      Discover your design style

      If it’s finally time to style your first-ever home, let these tips help you figure out where to start.

      Are your after-work hours spent pinning beautiful bathrooms on Pinterest or liking stunning living rooms on Insta?

      Establishing a unique design aesthetic at home can be overwhelming; with hundreds of colours, textures, furnishings and fittings to choose from, it’s tricky to know where to start.

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    19. In this week’s episode of Home Cooked, we’re taking you on a tour inside the home kitchen of the Fancy Hank’s chef Mike Patrick.

      In this week’s episode of Home Cooked, we’re taking you on a tour inside the home kitchen of the Fancy Hank’s chef Mike Patrick.

      In this week’s episode of Home Cooked, take a peek inside the home cooking arena of the Fancy Hank’s chef, Mike Patrick, as he whips up a batch of delicious tacos.

      The Melbourne-based BBQ extraordinaire shares his home kitchen with wife, Chloe, their two-year-old daughter Billie, and their precious pooch Henry.

      As renters, they know it can be a struggle to find a place that suits. But thankfully, the kitchen has never been an issue the family needed to work around.

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    20. Reno: Investment vs forever homes

      Reno: Investment vs forever homes

      A concept is like a theme, a feeling, a look, a style. When selecting one for your renovation, choose what you connect with – choose a style that you love and you’ll always love it.

      When making decisions throughout your renovation, refer back to your concept EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.

      If you follow this rule the entire way through, I promise you, you will end up with a cohesive and well-rounded result.

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    21. When you think of a house, the first shapes that come to mind are rectangles and triangles. That is, unless you live in a bubble home like this one in ...

      When you think of a house, normally the first shapes that come to mind are squares, rectangles and triangles. That is, unless you live in a bubble house – just like this family in Ipswich.

      Designed by architect Graham Birchall during his final year thesis in 1983, the home is an ode to the strength, beauty and simplicity of the humble circle.

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    22. Game day living room setup

      From the tech to the snacks, there’s a lot to consider when it comes to creating an entertainment space ripe for viewing any big game.

      With the World Cup fast approaching, the time is now to transform your living room into a sports-viewing arena like no other.

      We hate to break it to those who took one for the team and offered to host this year, but turning your TV to the right channel and cracking open a tub of hummus simply isn’t a good enough effort.

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