Winter is one of those times of year where we all gravitate to the comfiest spots in our homes. Snuggling up with woolly throws on the couch, boiling the kettle for pots of tea or coffee, and curling up next to a heater or fireplace.
Kitchens are widely touted as a room of a house that can add value when it comes to selling your property. But not all kitchens are created equal. What can you do to yours to catch a potential buyer’s eye and persuade them to make a good offer?
If you’re renting a property, chances are you are faced with fairly regular property inspections by either your landlord or property manager. Sure, these inspections can sometimes be a hassle, but there are steps you can take to minimise the stress on you and make sure the inspection goes smoothly.
With differing advice from various industry experts and well-meaning family friends, it is easy to become confused about the best way to go about changing residences. The big question is whether to buy or sell first.
A lot of course depends on your own circumstances, for example whether you are buying and selling in the same area, or whether you are moving to a whole new area. So, to help you make your final decision, consider the following factors carefully and how they affect your specific situation.
Australia is made for outdoor living, so it is little wonder that alfresco areas have become sought after additions in any property. Owners see great value in adding permanent weatherproof structures to an investment property. Creating an indoor-outdoor environment that can be enjoyed all year round not only adds value to the existing property, but can also help to attract tenants and potentially increase the annual rental yield.