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  • THREE DIY PROJECTS THAT PROVE A LITTLE CAN GO A LONG WAY

    Looking to inject a little personality into your living spaces, but don’t have the budget to splash out on abstract items? Take a look around your room instead. Those outdated or worn out items that were heading for the skip have the potential to transform into unique upcycled masterpieces, and … Read more

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  • ANSWERING 4 KEY QUESTIONS ABOUT AUSTRALIA’S COOLING HOUSING MARKET

    During January 2018 the average Australian home value fell by 0.3 per cent, and Sydney’s dropped by 0.9 per cent, according to CoreLogic. With those numbers in mind it seems the housing market may in fact be cooling for now. The media coverage of this has tended towards hyperbole, with many … Read more

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  • Ray White Forest Lake – ‘Go Pink’ Morning Tea

    The Ray White Forest Lake team would like to again, THANK everyone that joined us in our ‘Go Pink’ morning tea. We raised $927.20. We appreciate all your amazing donations! xx I would also like to say a huge thank you to our local businesses that were involved and helped … Read more

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  • EASY WAYS TO HELP YOU SAVE FOR A HOME LOAN DEPOSIT

    While it might be the classic dream, owning a comfortable and spacious home doesn’t need to be an unattainable fantasy. Thankfully, there are many ways for first time buyers to join the property ladder – all it takes is a little discipline and an easy-to-implement plan. Here are some of the … Read more

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  • EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CHOOSING INDOOR PLANTS

    If you’re looking for finishing touches to really make your open home shine, it may be time to wiggle those green fingers. Incorporating a healthy array of indoor house plants is a great (and easy) way to bring a sense of warmth and living energy to a home that inanimate … Read more

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  • How to use lighting to create feature spaces

    There are many ways to create features in your home. A lot of people like to use paint or wallpaper, and there are those that prefer to use furniture and change their environment on a constant basis. There are of course different building materials in different finishes, and all sorts … Read more

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  • Negative, neutral or positive gearing: What one is best for you?

    For property investors, Australia’s tax law can appear incredibly complex, but understanding negative, neutral and positive gearing is vital. How a property is geared makes a huge difference to an investors’ bottom line, so choosing the best option is key, according to Lisa Haberfield, a partner and director at Queensland-based PJS … Read more

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  • The biggest kitchen design trends of 2018

    As the heart and soul of your home and the room where you spend the majority of your time, a well-designed, attractive kitchen can change how you feel about a house. Domain spoke to three interior design experts who pinpointed the trends and functional tips to get your kitchen looking its … Read more

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  • How to build an eco-friendly home

    The environment is an increasingly important consideration for many home builders. Ideally, all new homes would be built with sustainability in mind, while also delivering energy (and hip pocket) savings.This may not be entirely attainable, however, the good news is many environmental features are not only easy to include as … Read more

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