Monthly Archives: August 2022

What’s your plan?

2022-09-02T08:20:16+10:00August 31st, 2022|Next home|

It’s often so easy to have your plan railroaded by other people, events and activities. Then, all of a sudden you wonder what happened. Does this sound familiar? I hear it often with people who are still waiting to buy a house. They were waiting to see what the fall out would be after Covid - thinking it would just be an event that [...]

8 tips to breathe new life into your home

2022-08-24T14:47:24+10:00August 24th, 2022|Tips|

If your home needs a revamp whether it’s to make you fall in love with it again or in preparation to sell, here are our top 8 tips to breath some new life into your home: 1. Repaint - inside or out, or both. There’s nothing quite like a fresh coat of paint to make a tired home look a whole lot better. You [...]

How will you fund your retirement?

2022-08-24T14:35:44+10:00August 17th, 2022|Property investor|

Funding our retirement is a topic that is close to a lot of our hearts. Will our super be enough? Will we have made good investment decisions that will allow us to enjoy our years in retirement to the fullest? What else can we do to really capitalise on what we have? One option is to use the equity you have built in your [...]

Is it time to revisit your budget?

2022-08-10T11:46:15+10:00August 10th, 2022|Money management|

If you want to stay ahead of the current increasing cost of living, now is the perfect time to revisit your budget! It’s an even better time to plug any holes in that budget! When things are just plodding along nicely, I find that I tend to become a bit complacent about my spending. If I overspend a little this month, I’ll rein it [...]

Take a look at the big picture

2022-08-03T15:07:00+10:00August 3rd, 2022|Property Market|

There's so much talk at the moment about interest rates rising, property values dropping, speculation of crashes, doom and gloom and uncertainty. Well I'm here to say 'stay calm.' Interest rates do go up. They've gone up again yesterday. Hopefully that will be the last for a few months but it might not be. They've been so low for so long that we're no [...]

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