Archive for August, 2018

Going Green in Sydney’s Inner West!

Finally, after 10 years of community lobbying, this week the Inner West Council confirmed the area will get a new GreenWay.

Linking the Cooks River at Earlwood in the south, to the popular Bays Run at Iron Cove in the north, the new corridor will be a boon to joggers, cyclists and all local residents who enjoy access to green space.

While the … Read the full post »

Sydney’s Inner West Set to Become Even More Vibrant!

As long-term residents of the Inner West, we know our slice of Sydney is fantastic!

But as with everything, there’s always room for improvement.

This week’s decision by the Inner West Council to turn-off most parking meters from 7pm is a welcome change that will help breathe new life into our local night-time economy.

The move, which was championed by local cafes and restaurants, will make it easier for residents and visitors alike … Read the full post »

Are you feeling the squeeze?

For families looking to gain a bit more living space at home, the current market downturn could benefit you in surprising ways.

It’s never pleasant having to compromise your living arrangements because you’re short on space. Upsizing from a 3-bedroom to a 4 -bedroom house could be the solution.

Perhaps two of the kids are currently squeezing into one bedroom. Maybe you need … Read the full post »

Getting the Best Price for Your Apartment


If you’re considering selling an apartment in the Inner West, you could find substantial interest from first-home buyers which will help to stabilise your property’s value.

With a few relatively easy make-over hacks, you could turn your apartment into a highly desirable home for first-time buyers.
1. First impressions count
We’ve all heard how important “street appeal” is when it comes to listing houses … Read the full post »

3 Tips to Selling in Sydney’s Cooling Market

You’ve probably seen properties down your street which sold last year for a strong price and figured your own home is on par, if not better, right? It’s a common and reasonable assumption given the growth of real estate over the recent couple of years.

However, no one can deny that the last few months have seen this pace change.

There has been a … Read the full post »