While the majority of Australians still live in houses, the trend toward apartment living is growing thanks to a growing population of downsizers and the appeal of urban living.
Whether you’re holidaying on the other side of the world or simply at the beach down the road, if you’re leaving your home for the annual summer break, it can mean there is an increased risk your home will become a target for thieves.
The good news is, there are a few tips and tricks you can use which can make a huge difference in protecting your most valuable asset and safeguarding your home against thieves this summer holiday season:
Donning high heels, the men and women of Harcourts walked at six locations across Australia on Friday 31 August. Seeking to bring attention to the tragedy that is violence against women, The Harcourts Foundation organised over 500 Harcourts staff, family, friends and supporters and raised $100,000 to support White Ribbon’s “Breaking the Silence” prevention initiatives in primary and secondary schools.
This month's newsletter shares tips on insuring your home, plus getting the best exchange rate when buying or selling a property.
Harcourts International, recognised as a real estate industry leader in innovation, has launched Workplace by Facebook, the collaborative internal communications platform that is changing the way that businesses engage its workforce.
Leading real estate network Harcourts Group Australia, in partnership with White Ribbon Australia, took home the coveted Contribution to Community award at the 2017 Annual REA Excellence Awards.
Overseas investors will often be unaware of the fact that retail banks are eating into their rental yields each time they repatriate those funds back to their country of origin.
The Harcourts Foundation, the charitable arm of Harcourts Group Australia, announced grants to 15 Australian charities during its most recent quarterly funding round.
The Cubby House Project takes the hottest trend in outdoor living and expands it into community giving; with the opportunity for people to purchase one-of-a-kind cubby houses for their family and give back to their community at the same time.
Winter is one of those times of year where we all gravitate to the comfiest spots in our homes. Snuggling up with woolly throws on the couch, boiling the kettle for pots of tea or coffee, and curling up next to a heater or fireplace.