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.
Climate change consultants believe some of Sydney’s coastal homeowners face dropping property values at extreme weather events become more common.
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.
A three-bedroom, deceased estate home in Allambie Heights recently sold under the hammer for $870,000 in spite of extensive termite damage.
The termite damage was extensive throughout the whole house, particularly on the lower level and master bedroom. Continue reading “Termite Damaged Northern Beaches Home Sells for $870,000”
In the first big property auction weekend of the year, Northern Beaches experienced a phenomenal 83 per cent clearance rate.
Meanwhile, the general Sydney property market enjoyed a rate of 77 per cent. Continue reading “High Clearance Rate For Northern Beaches”
Property Developer, Meriton, have proposed their plans for the second part of their Dee Why development which are said to “significantly enhance” the area.
The proposal can be viewed on the council’s website and open to public submissions in February. Continue reading “Dee Why Town Centre Development”