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Selling your home this winter? You may not know it, but winter is full of opportunities to create a stunning looking garden. So it’s a little cold and damp out there. But we Aussies love our gardens no matter the season. We have an awesome climate that allows us to enjoy nature all year round...

One of the keys to setting your home apart from others on the property market is beautiful, crisp, clean photography, that makes your property look bright, vibrant and attractive to buyers searching online. Want to make sure your property competes? Apply these simple home-staging...

Did you know, the colours in your home can impact the mindset of buyers?For centuries, people have been fascinated with colours and the affect they have on a person’s mood, mental health and energy. Egypt, Greece and China, for example, have been exploring colours for their healing...

Your first opening is days away, it’s hotter than the Sahara desert and your home feels as though it’s melting into its stumps. How will you ever present it for sale?Yes, the sea is blue and the skies are clear, but when it reaches silly temperatures, the Australian summer can be a...

Before advertising your property, you'll want to make sure it's presented in its best possible light. There are many aspects of doing this, including home staging and professional photography, but before doing these you should ensure that your property is spick and span. Although you can do...

Preparing your property for sale or rent (also known as Home Staging) is about doing whatever you can reasonably do to present your property in its best possible light. Even the cheapest homes will benefit from a suitably planned presentation. Here are some things you can do to improve the...

When it comes to home staging, many sellers get it wrong. These tips will ensure you get it right.Napkins stuffed in wine glasses, rose petals in the bath tub, cookies baking in the oven... They seem like nice touches for your open inspection, but clichés like these can appear tacky...