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Home Office Ideas For Small Spaces

Do you think that you don't have the space for a home office? Maybe you are under the impression that you need an extra bedroom or spare room for a workspace. An entire room is not necessary for an office. All that it takes is a little bit of creativity to carve out an office space in any home. Here are some home office ideas for smaller areas. Here are some smart home office ideas that prove ...

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Homebuyer Fund

You may be eligible to receive a contribution of up to 25% of the purchase price of your home. Eligible homebuyers can now receive a contribution of up to 25% towards the purchase price of their property, reducing their minimum required deposit to 5% and avoiding the need to pay Lenders Mortgage Insurance. For eligible Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander homebuyers, this contribution is up to...

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Can Colour Help Sell Your Home?

Colour psychology is not an exact science, but there are basic principles that marketing pros use to sell everything from greeting cards to cars. Much of it has to do with colour. Yes, the colours you put on your walls, or on your front door, can help clinch a home sale! Humans have emotional reactions to colour, and sensory perceptions of colour are remarkably consistent. Even though individua...

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3 Advantages Of Listing Your House This Spring

Homeowners looking to maximise their return on investment often want to know what season best achieves that goal. Getting near or full asking price can be influenced by a wide range of factors, including market trends, inventory and interest rates to name a few. It will come as good news to know there are strong indicators that this spring has unique listing advantages. That means listing a hom...

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Green Technology To Reduce Your Homes Carbon Footprint

When you are a homeowner looking to reduce your carbon footprint, there are a number of steps you can take to make your home earth-friendly. From passive solar heating to solar panels, you can make a difference in the impact your home has on the environment. Even when you aren't building a new home, changes can be made to an existing property to increase efficiency and reduce reliance on utility s...

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Fix and Sell - Forget What You See on Television

The drama of home and garden TV shows may be fun to watch, but no matter what you think, reality shows are not at all like real life. If you think it's easy to buy a house that needs updating and turn it quickly for substantial profit, you might want to think again. ?? That doesn't necessarily mean, though, that you should shy away from the idea of buying a "fixer-upper" -- just that you should...

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Creative Storage Tips When Downsizing Your Home

Downsizing at any stage of life can offer multiple benefits. A smaller home may come with a smaller price tag and usually means less space to clean. However, when downsizing a home, there’s usually the question of what to do with everything. That’s when creative storage ideas become essential.  Before Downsizing, Take Stock Before selecting the best storage options, it’s important to first tak...

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Childproofing Your Home

The number one reason children under three years old visit the emergency room is accidental household injury. That’s because children spend the majority of their time in the house. The best way to prevent injury is supervision, but it’s important to “childproof” your home for the times when you can’t be standing guard over your little ones. Follow these guidelines to make sure your little ones sta...

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Check Out This Great Next Gen Kitchen Technology

There’s perhaps no better indicator that we are living in the technology age than Smart gadgets infiltrating the kitchen. Whether they are little conveniences or big-ticket items, the chef in every home can benefit from the devices that help improve cooking, storage and food preparation. These are some of the next generation kitchen items that are making life a little easier and homes a tad more v...

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6 Essential Home Fixes Before Selling

Not every buyer may want a fixer-upper. While your home for sale doesn’t need to turn-key or move-in-ready, there are certain fixes that are important to many buyers and that can help make the sale. 1. Landscaping It all starts with curb appeal. Landscaping helps set the mood and makes the first impression. It can be worth the time and money to replace missing mulch, pavers, or rock. Remove de...

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