When heavy rain, strong winds, and severe storms hit, your pool needs extra care to ensure it’s safe and healthy.
Your kitchen sees you at your most inspired and messiest. The kitchen floor has to withstand it all and be easy to clean if it wants to survive your daily meal preparation. How do the two most popular choices in flooring compare?
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) recently performed a review of individual tax returns and found that an astounding 90 per cent of investment property owners were making mistakes in their tax return. The most common errors were around loan interest, borrowing expenses, repairs and improvements.
No one wants to find themselves in a situation where they’re faced with mounting repair bills because of unforseen weather events. It’s true that the weather is unpredictable, but that doesn’t mean you can’t prepare your home to cope with the damaging weather that is sometimes thrown our way. Here is what you can do to ensure you are effectively preparing your home for extreme weather.
There’s a lot to consider when planning the purchase or sale of a property, particularly if you’re bringing funds into Australia or moving funds out.
Recently the federal government announced some proposed changes relating to plant and equipment deductions. Since then we’ve had time to review how this could affect residential property investors.
When it comes to renovating, the result can significantly increase the value of your property if done well, but bear in mind renovations can also cost the most if not planned and completed carefully.
Millennials is the term used to describe people born between the early 1980s to around the year 2000.
Recent research reveals that within three years, over 40% of home buyers will come from this generation, as many reach their peak income-earning years.