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  • Would you buy old fruit?

    The next time you walk through the supermarket aisle, consider what you would pay for a piece of fruit that has been sitting on the shelf that little bit longer then it should? We all go down the fruit aisle we often pick up that apple or avocado and give … Read more

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  • 10 Ways to Create a Community

    By Julia Fairley for Our homes can divide us, but with some clever tweaks they can also bring people together and build a neighbourhood; It’s time to reconnect! Traditionally, our homes are our retreats, where we seek sanctuary from the outside world. They are designed to give us peace and … Read more

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  • Easter Egg-stravaganza!

    A number of agents from our office held Easter Egg Hunts for their communities in the lead up to Easter. Shannon Beavis headed over to the beautiful Chambers Island in Maroochydore, hiding 280 eggs! Shannon had a great turn out with 40 people coming along to hunt for eggs … Read more

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  • Penthouse Living at The Ivy is Set to Redefine Waterfront Lifestyle

    Luxurious appointments, an Atrium and a light filled Sky Bridge headline the impressive list of features on offer at the penthouses at The Ivy Picnic Point. “Refined waterfront living” has been the mantra of the design team behind The Ivy Picnic Point. Located on one of Maroochydore’s most pristine riverfront … Read more

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  • Granny Flats are Becoming Popular Investments

    Data collected by BMT Tax Depreciation, Australia’s leading tax depreciation specialist, indicates that in the 2016-2017 financial year there was a 22 per cent growth in the number of schedules requested for granny flats nationwide. Of the states Queensland, Western Australia and New South Wales saw the highest growth in … Read more

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  • Non-Toxic House Cleaning Tips

    Cut down on expensive, toxic cleaning products with 3 safe, non-toxic household items that will do 80% of your cleaning chores. The unique cleaning and disinfecting powers of vinegar, lemons and bi-carb soda achieve amazing cleaning results if used the right way and can save you big dollars over the … Read more

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  • Short Term Pain Long Term Gain

    Property owners to see plenty of ‘blue sky’ on the back of local Development There is no doubt the Sunshine Coast has a lot to talk about in 2018, we are continuing to ride the wave of some of the largest infrastructure projects undertaken in the country. Its exiting, its … Read more

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  • Funding Your Retirement With Property

    Thousands of Australian investors have control of their super funds and are using them to invest in property. According to figures from the Australian Taxation Office, as at June 2015 Australia had 556,998 Self Managed Super Funds (SMSF’s) with over one million members. SMSF’s are established by one to four … Read more

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  • It’s All In The Budget

    Successful budgeting not only applies to balancing a company’s books or the household budget but is also vital to the successful financial planning of owning an investment property. Savvy property investors realise that they must prepare a budget to cover all contingencies throughout the lifetime their investment property. Given that … Read more

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  • Rentvesting…What Is It?

    For many, the dream of owning your own home involves the act of living in it. Yet there are a number of advantages of taking on both the owner and renter roles. While many people think rent money is dead money, the concept of handing over your pay packet to … Read more

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