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.
Selling a property can be difficult at the best of times, but selling a rental property that is currently occupied can add even more hassles.
Property sellers could easily lose up to $90,000 and have fewer bidders at auction by scrimping on fixing the front fence or tidying-up the garden.
Another Western Sydney suburb starting to rise as a property hotspot is Auburn.
Investors and new home buyers alike have been snapping up properties in Auburn as the prices are cheaper than the nearby Inner West. Continue reading “Auburn Predicted To Be Property Hotspot”
In a recent article by Smart Property Investment analysing the best Sydney suburbs to invest in, Parramatta was listed in the top 5.
After a positive 2015, many real estate agents have been agreeing on Parramatta as a property hotspot for the year 2016.
With the upgrade to Parramatta Square, the main centre has become popular for apartment living but many of the surrounding suburbs are getting attention for residential houses. Continue reading “Parramatta Hotspots To Watch”