Monthly Archives: August 2023

An award that really hit home

2023-09-05T08:54:52+10:00August 30th, 2023|Tips|

Awards are funny things, aren’t they. They’re nice to win and they give you good boost of confidence. They’re good for your clients and potential clients to see that you’ve been recognised as doing well in your profession. They’re good to add to your email signature as a sign of credibility. Generally, they’re a sign that you can be trusted. But then you’re [...]

Take a breath and slow down

2023-08-23T07:27:24+10:00August 23rd, 2023|First home buyer|

I’ve been reading a lot of inspirational stories, blogs and posts over the past couple of weeks and came across a quote that really resonates with me, “Small disciplines repeated with consistency every day lead to great achievements gained slowly over time.” The quote is by John Maxwell, a well known author on books primarily on leadership. I think the reason that this really [...]

Can we talk about the Matildas for a minute?

2023-08-16T09:14:24+10:00August 16th, 2023|lifestyle|

It seems that everyone else is, so why not us! How incredibly awesome are they as individuals, women, athletes, a team, ambassadors for Australia, soccer and women's sport! I'm amazed and delighted at the excitement, engagement, passion, pride and even obsession this World Cup competition and this team are igniting across the country and the world. From little kids to hardcore macho males, to [...]

Is buying a house eluding you?

2023-08-09T08:12:02+10:00August 9th, 2023|First home buyer|

If you feel like buying a house is similar to climbing Everest - on a snowy, windy day - then you're not alone. But don't give up hope. There are some things you can do that will help you buy that house without giving up your lifestyle completely! Strategy 1: Rein in your spending This is a bit of a no-brainer, but it's also [...]

We’re here to help with mortgage reviews or pre-approval

2023-08-02T08:22:20+10:00August 2nd, 2023|First home buyer, Home loan, Money management, Refinance|

Real estate agents are reporting that they've seen a big increase in the number of properties listed in the last three months. Surprisingly, many of them, particularly in Brisbane and Hobart, have only been in the hands of the current owners for less than three years. Many are being sold by first home buyers and investors. Sadly this is one of the impacts of [...]

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