We often talk about buying a home in Sydney as if you were going to be the one living in it, but more and more home purchases in Sydney are investment properties. Continue reading “What To Look For In An Investment Property In Sydney”
This past year Sydney saw a huge increase in renovations, as well as home demolitions and rebuilds.
In 2016 there was almost $8.5 billion spent on home alterations throughout NSW. Continue reading “Renovate or Rebuild?”
With property prices still on the rise in Sydney, many dilapidated homes have been selling for high prices, even though they’re currently unliveable.
Buying a house in Sydney can be an incredibly daunting endeavour, and for most of us it’s unfamiliar territory.
While real estate agents do provide building and pest inspection reports for the properties they sell, it’s important to ask yourself who those reports are meant to help.
Following the last week of property sales for the summer, Sydney still enjoyed a 73% auction clearance rate overall.
From this the Eastern Suburbs were the city’s best performing region, boasting a clearance rate of over 86%. Continue reading “Last Week Of Summer Ends On A Happy Note For Auction Market”
As the general property market in Sydney starts to cool, experts are predicting Coogee will be the next area to really take off.
Set back from its Trinity Avenue address, Darling House, is considered the crown jewel of Millers Point. The well-manicured gardens lead the eye up to this landmark building with its gorgeous Victorian Georgian façade.
In 1961, the sale of Vaucluse mansion ‘Werribree’ set the Sydney price record when it sold for £41,000. The solidly built, World War I era home was then bought by Peter Aldred, a decorated airman who founded the concrete company Cementaid International.
“The hottest place in Sydney at the moment” is Darlinghurst Road in Kings Cross according to highly successful property developer, Theo Onisforou.