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Inner West Parks

Did you know there are over 180 parks throughout the Inner West? What may be surprising to some, is the highest number of parks in any single suburb is in Marrickville with 24! With this many green spaces in the Inner West, it’s far from the concrete jungle that some people might think.

A great deal of these parks are recreational and include playgrounds, sporting facilities and cafes. The Inner West … Read the full post »

Inner West Aquatic Centres

Summer is well and truly here and sometimes getting to the beach can be a bit overwhelming – especially during the January holiday season! If you feel like a swim but don’t want to deal with surf, sand and the coastal elements, why not check out one of the many aquatic centres throughout the inner west. Here are some of the best….
Fanny Durack Aquatic Centre
Fanny Durack Aquatic Centre is a … Read the full post »

The 6 Benefits of Selling Property during the Festive Season

Typically, the warmer months mean that the Australian property market is at its most active, starting around October and slowing around February.

However, market momentum temporarily slows during the Christmas and New Year period, before restarting in earnest once the festive season is over. This is because many buyers become distracted by celebrations and summer holidays, and many agents also take the … Read the full post »

7 Ways to Attract High-Quality Tenants

As a landlord, finding high-quality tenants is a challenge at the best of times.

Thousands of investors across Sydney have borrowed heavily to acquire a rental property. Ensuring the rent is paid on time is critical to maintaining timely repayments to your lender.

But ensuring you find tenants who can be relied upon to pay the rent on time is just one of the challenges you’ll face.

The other major challenge is finding … Read the full post »

“Kidults” – The emerging demographic and demand for a new type of home.

Adult children still living at home with mum and dad. It’s a growing trend that’s having a profound effect on Australian households.


A recent survey by Mozo shows as many as 31% of Australians aged over 18 years fall into this category.

That means there are literally millions of households where the grown-up kids aren’t moving out. As … Read the full post »

Could Going Green Boost Your Sale Price?

Converting your home into an environmentally sustainable one can benefit both the planet and your hip pocket.

The right changes can drastically cut your energy and water bills.

However, when it comes time to sell your home, can its green credentials boost the sale price?

To determine how green your home is, you can visit the Green Housing Scorecard.

This will help determine your home’s green credentials from a … Read the full post »

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