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Planning Minister Mick Gentleman 'calls in' Northbourne demolition
30 November 2015 comments Tom McIlroy and Kirsten Lawson

Planning Minister Mick Gentleman 'calls in' Northbourne demolition


Planning Minister Mick Gentleman has approved the demolition of a swath of Northbourne Avenue's public housing, paving the way for the biggest transformation of Canberra's gateway road in 50 years. Mr Gentleman's decision to exercise his "call-in" powers effectively rules out appeals against the long-planned demolitions, quashing the prospect of work being held up in court disputes [...]


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SOLD!
30 November 2015 comments

SOLD!


We recently auctioned 28 Rocklands Street Duffy with the porperty successfully selling under the hammer to very excited first home buyers. Our client is making his sea change to QLD and was sad to leave his home of nearly 45 years, however very happy that his beloved home will be in the buyers capable and very happy hands! Huge congratulations to the seller and buyers on an [...]


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The 'Beissel Street' Experts
30 November 2015 comments Symon Badenoch

The 'Beissel Street' Experts


Beissel Street has become a hot spot in the Belconnen Town Centre marketplace, with buyers opting for established apartments as opposed to waiting for a new build. With our office located in 'Waterside' on Beissel Street in Belconnen, we pride ourselves in being experts of the market in our street.  We have successfully sold 3 apartments within the last four weeks resulting in ecst [...]


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Quickest selling locations in the ACT
30 November 2015 comments Allhomes

Quickest selling locations in the ACT


Allhomes has recently released the following 'Quick Stats' showing quickest selling suburbs in the ACT:  Houses   Curtin 15 days Fraser 17 days Giralang 17.8 days Narrabundah  20.6 days Griffith  20.8 days Farrer 20.8 days Bonython [...]


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Best Case Scenario
30 October 2015 comments

Best Case Scenario


The questions buyers bring to every property they inspect are Will it be a good investment? and Will I get reasonable capital appreciation when I sell?   Uppermost in people’s minds is finding a home that suits their needs, but the underlying rationale is nearly always investment potential.   And why not? With inflation eating away at salaries and savings, housing is [...]


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The Race that Stops the Nation!
30 October 2015 comments Badenoch Team

The Race that Stops the Nation!


Our office will be closed for the Melbourne Cup from 11.30am on Tuesday 3rd November 2015. Symon and Heather are treating the team to a day at the races! We will re-open on Wednesday 4th November from 9am.   


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Christmas Shutdown Period
30 October 2015 comments Symon & Heather Badenoch

Christmas Shutdown Period


Our office will be closed from 5pm Wednesday 23rd December 2015 and will re-open Monday 4th January 2016.     


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Feature Property - 32 Eric Mawson Street Harrison - Sold prior to auction!
30 October 2015 comments

Feature Property - 32 Eric Mawson Street Harrison - Sold prior to auction!


SOLD PRIOR TO AUCTION! Sure to Impress    Lovingly designed with an amazingly high attention to detail and no expense spared, this 4 bedroom ensuite home in Harrison is the perfect choice for your growing family. Enjoy modern comforts throughout and live at ease with each member of your family catered for. Step inside and discover this inviting home, bathed in natural light [...]


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Principal & Interest OR Interest Only repayments. Which should you choose?
30 October 2015 comments M'OR Mortgage Options

Principal & Interest OR Interest Only repayments. Which should you choose?


  Depending on the type of mortgage you select, you can generally choose between making Principal & Interest (P&I) and Interest Only (I/O) repayments. A P&I repayment consists of two parts – an interest component and a principal component, whereas an I/O repayment consists of an interest charge only.   The main benefits and disadvantages of P&I and I/O repayments are [...]


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Is delaying repairs a good investment strategy?
30 October 2015 comments

Is delaying repairs a good investment strategy?


Some landlords wanting to keep their income as high as possible think it best to economise on repairs they feel might not be necessary. Throughout Australia and New Zealand, landlords as well as tenants are subject to residential tenancy legislation. Most tenancy agreements state that the owner of the rental property is obliged to conduct ‘urgent repairs’ as they arise. Urgent [...]


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