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Quick tips to help house hunters during the Covid-19 pandemic

As open home inspections and onsite auctions have been banned because of the Covid-19 pandemic, buyers are made to modify their approach to house hunting. Thankfully, there are still many ways around the ban that still allow you to inspect and purchase property. Here are our quick tips to help house hunters during the Covid-19...

Tips to help manage your finances during the Covid-19 pandemic

Your house is likely both your greatest asset and your largest source of debt. So during the uncertain economic times caused by the global Covid-19 pandemic, it’s important to know how to plan and manage your finances. Take the time to work through your financial commitments while you have it to help ease any anxiety...

Quick tips for sellers during Covid-19 pandemic

While the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted every industry, you are still able to sell your home. You’ll need to modify your approach to selling, but we’ve been adapting to the changes to make that easier for you. Here are some quick tips for sellers during the Covid-19 pandemic. Minimise the need for an inspection Given...

8 reasons why you can still invest in property during the Covid-19 pandemic

The global Covid-19 pandemic has created a very uncertain time, but that helps to create opportunities in the real estate industry. Buyer behaviour may have slowed down, but property investment is a long term goal which can be more attainable during a pandemic.  The media doesn’t report on everything in real estateDon’t let the media...

Proptech is bridging the gap for those seeking to invest in property

4 minute read Fractional ownership Fractional ownership in real estate is when unrelated parties share in and mitigate the risks of passively owning property. It’s a trend gaining traction, and there are now startups in Australia showing real promise, including Point, Unison, SoFi and BrickX to name a few.  Essentially, an investor buys a small...

Covid-19 protections for Queensland residential tenants and landlords

Covid-19 protections for Queensland residential tenants and landlords The Queensland state government has unveiled a $400 million package to encourage tenants, property owners and agents to work together to sustain tenancies during the Coronavirus pandemic. Deputy Premier and Queensland Treasurer, Jackie Trad, announced the package on Thursday, 9 April which also includes incentivises for landlords...

Preparing your house for sale during lockdown

Even if you’re not planning to sell your home until after the Covid-19 pandemic, preparing your house for sale during lockdown could give you the upper hand when the time comes to list your property online. Here are some of the things you can do to make your home stand out.  Make sure your home...

Should I wait until after the Covid-19 pandemic to sell my property?

While the Covid-19 pandemic has altered the way Australians buy and sell property, it hasn’t put a stop to it altogether. But is now the best time to sell your property? Let’s break it down.  How many people are still house hunting? Consumer confidence and job security are two major purchasing factors buyers consider when...

How to clean your house to prevent Covid-19

Whether you’re selling your home and having people enter your property for a private inspection, or you’re rethinking your cleaning techniques, with the Coronavirus pandemic forcing the majority of the world into isolation, it’s now a good time to understand how to properly clean your house to prevent Covid-19.  What could be contaminated in my...

Measure your Mortgage Stress

Mortgage stress is the point where a borrower breaches his or her level of home loan affordability. Personal circumstances significantly affect what is and isn’t affordable, so the one size fits all approach simply doesn’t work when measuring mortgage stress. Peter Boehm – Consulting Finance Editor with onthehouse.com.au, provides tips on how to measure your own...

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