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A Home for All the Family: Buying Multigenerational Property

Multigenerational living is on the rise. There are a number of reasons for extended families wanting to live together. Sometimes the primary factor is the expense of everyone having their own homes. Other times, it's to create a family community where everyone can help each other out. There can be three generations, or perhaps more, in one house. Although multigenerational living comes with its challenges, it can be a great way to buy and own property.... [Continue Reading]

Introduction to REITs – An Essential Guide for Novice Realtors

The primary aim of all realtors is to invest in income-generating real estate. Doing so is a great way to enhance your net worth in the long haul. If you are a novice in the field of investing, there is something that you need to know – not all real estate investments are profitable. Many individuals who invest in real estate, especially in commercial property, do not turn out to be successful. Of course, if you invest in quality property, you... [Continue Reading]

Location, Location, Location

All over the world, everyone knows the famous rule of thumb when it comes to choosing a property to invest in: ‘location, location, location’ and nothing could be more important than the location when making an investment into a property. For some investors, it makes sense to buy a piece of land and get a property built onto this land from scratch and it is possible to find property companies that offer house and land packages all over the... [Continue Reading]

Ways To Prepare Your Home For Selling

Deciding to sell the house is a big step to take. There are several ways to make the house as attractive as possible to potential buyers. Read on to find out how to prepare the home for selling. Fix The Roof Roof tiles can become damaged or fall off after exposure to the elements. This can make a house look dilapidated and put off potential buyers. They may also be worried about possible water damage. Dilapidated roofs can also cause heat to escape... [Continue Reading]

Signwriting Is An Art

When it comes to signwriting for a business, it can be an opportunity to get creative and really let the ideas flow. Whether that is a shop sign, a banner or a billboard the possibilities are endless when it comes to design. This can be key to attracting customers and standing out from the crowd. This a guide to some of the most creative ways in which signs have been used by businesses to get people’s attention. Post-It-Note “Will &... [Continue Reading]

Great home transformations

The family home is the centre of life, and is often taken for granted. A solid structure that was built to provide shelter for the occupants and their possessions, the home can be transformed in terms of character, size, and indeed functionality. Here are some ideas on how to give the family residence a new look, without breaking the bank. Extra living space As time goes by, an average family increases in size, and the items they manage to accumulate... [Continue Reading]

How To Simplify The Task Of Moving Office

Perth is a fantastic city that’s bustling with thousands of businesses. It’s an ever-changing and evolving city, and the businesses it provides a home for change and evolve with it. There as so many companies that started out with very small operations that have now grown to become global traders. When companies grow, they often need to move into a larger office. Though that change is likely to make the majority of employees excited,... [Continue Reading]

Creating the Perfect Home

This used to be something a lottery winner might consider, or the millionaire business tycoon, and not really something that the average person would be able to do. Well, this idea has been firmly pushed aside, with modern construction companies offering a complete package, from land acquisition to after-sales maintenance. Rising prices Housing prices in Australia are steadily rising, providing the owner with investment benefits, a comforting thought... [Continue Reading]

The Best and Worst Remodeling Investments

Remodeling a home can raise the property value as well as making it more enjoyable to live in and more appealing to buyers. But not all remodels are created equal. Some really bring a great return on the money you spend, but others should be done because you want to enjoy them and not to improve resale value. Where should you put your remodeling budget? Take a look at these best and worst picks based on 2016 data. The Best These remodels give you the... [Continue Reading]

House and Land Package Prices in Western Australia

With the housing market still facing a certain level of uncertainty, Australian property hunters are looking for ways to make their investment go as far as possible. People are looking for reliable properties that won’t incur high maintenance costs in the imminent future, and there are also those who want to purchase a home that has been built with energy efficiency in mind. For the reasons above, many citizens are starting to show increasing... [Continue Reading]

Saving on Office Relocation: 5 Tips

It can be very difficult to opt for real estate relocation for any business. Since it will strongly influence the growth, sustainability and expansion of any company, it is also one of the hardest decisions that the management has to take. This is why numerous factors should be considered beforehand. The quality of your future employees, the productivity in terms of profit generation, achievement of sales target and even cut down on energy costs... [Continue Reading]

3 Hacks for Avoiding Burglaries at a Construction Site

According to statistics provided by the University of Albany’s Center for Problem-Oriented Policing, it is estimated that over $1 billion worth of construction materials, equipment, and tools is stolen at US construction sites every year. Some estimates have said that this number could actually be as high as $4 billion. With these numbers in mind, it is clear that there is a major problem with thefts at construction sites in the United States... [Continue Reading]

Commercial Properties That Save The Earth

When you’re building a commercial property, you obviously need to ensure it will serve its function for the kind of businesses that would buy it. However, there’s another important factor to think about too. Being green is now more important than ever for modern business owners. A lot of the most sought-after commercial properties come ready to function in an energy-efficient way. Here are some possible improvements for an eco-friendly... [Continue Reading]

What It Really Takes To Get A House Ready To Sell

Buying into a home for investment purposes is a big deal. So is selling the home you live in. Whatever reason you’ve got a home you want to sell, you want to do it right. So you need to understand what’s actually going to add value to it. Or, horror of horrors, take that value away. There are a lot of guides that can give you very specific advice. However, we’re going to boil it down into some very simple points. Below are the four... [Continue Reading]

How to Enjoy the Best Possible Commercial Premises

When it comes to running a business, it’s easy to get bogged down in things like figures and profit margins. And these things are important, of course they are. But, there are other elements to business that are also hugely important that you will need to take the time to sort out. Think about what you need to do to help the company grow. You need to try to bring customers through the door and generate sales for the business. You also need to... [Continue Reading]

A property to match your SME: a how-to guide

Finding a property that’s perfect for your retail business is one of the greatest balancing acts you’ll have to face, especially if you’re an SME. Finances won’t match up with aspirations, locations won’t be as great as you first thought, and the nooks and crannies in a seemingly perfect shop floor will reveal a variety of, shall we say, quirks that you hadn’t initially noticed. Choosing the right property is a... [Continue Reading]

3 Advantages To Buying Real Estate Abroad

Image by Flickr If waking up to white sands and the sounds of crashing waves sounds appealing, buying property abroad could be for you. It’s a chance to branch out from the confines of your hometown and open your eyes to a world of potential. A house, apartment or bungalow overseas can encourage you to do more traveling by giving you a permanent base to start from. It’s an opportunity that many people wish they could utilize, but are not... [Continue Reading]

Mistakes Homeowners Make When Adding Value To Their Property

Homeowners are always trying to add value to their properties. And, why not? There is a chance that they will get an offer that is too good to refuse because of the added features. But, there is a myth among homeowners that any feature will add value. That isn’t true, and it is something that all property owners need to understand before they continue. There are risks and mistakes to make, and it is important to avoid them to get a return on... [Continue Reading]

Interesting Real Estate Alternatives You Should Know About

If you’re the kind of person that likes to think outside the box, maybe your home should reflect that. There are so many alternative and marginal housing options out there that most people don’t even consider. But you should, so here are five of them. Shipping Container Homes The great thing about making your new home out of a shipping container is that they come fully formed. And that’s not something you can say about most new... [Continue Reading]

Lessons For A Pain-Free Closing On Your Home

So you've finally found somewhere new to live. All that's left is to do is close the sale. But there's a lot of things that can go wrong at this late stage. And the ramifications can be dire. www.youtube.com So what lessons can we learn from those who learnt the hard way? Check All Documentation Sellers often find themselves in a lot of trouble because they didn't take the time to check their documentation. Perhaps they were in a rush and didn't... [Continue Reading]