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Tree change paradise in Orange, New South Wales

In recent years, many Sydneysiders have been looking for a lifestyle change in coastal and country towns to escape the stress and congestion of city living. One such town that has been slowing making its mark is Orange in the heart of central New South Wales. Located approximately 250km and a leisurely 3.5 hour drive […]

12/94 Yorktown Parade, Maroubra

Asking price: $600,000 + 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 1 car space This two bedroom apartment in this popular location boasts open plan design in a quiet street setting, wooden flooring and a private courtyard and a Juliet style balcony on the second level. Levies: $812.00pq Council: $1,027.00pa Water: $553.00pa Agent: Billy Couldwell McGrath real estate […]

4/94 Yorktown Parade, Maroubra

Asking price: $450,000 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 1 car space This charming 52.5sqm one bedroom apartment in this popular location boasts wooden flooring and an 11sqm sunny outdoor terrace. Levies: $486.80pq Council: $254.00pq Water: $138.25pq Agent: Paul Maule, Carrington Group, Surry Hills. Mobile: 0421 714442 As listed on domain.com.au Facilities of this apartment include the […]

“Success comes from doing things differently”– Steve McKnight

Steve McKnight is a full time property investor, award-winning author and ex-Chartered Accountant who bought his first property for $44,000 in Ballarat back in 1999. Since then, Steve McKnight has founded propertyinvesting.com, a successful website and forum which has taught thousands of ordinary Australians about property investment. His book, From 0 – 130 properties in […]

Treasurer Wayne Swan outlaws bank exit fees

In a move to create more competition among lending institutions in Australia and to provide disgruntled bank customers to switch home loans without penalty, the Federal Treasurer has announced plans to ban mortgage exit fees which has been largely blamed for dampening competition by making it prohibitively expensive for mortgage holders to switch to cheaper […]

Why we Aussies love our properties

A recent study by Mortgage Choice 2010 Consumer Sentiment Survey has revealed that Australian’s passion for property has not waned despite seven interest rate rises since October 2009. In fact the survey indicates that we are more worried about the rising price of electricity and water over the prospects of more interest rate rises in […]

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