4 Reasons Why Pre Purchase Building Inspection is Necessary When Buying a Home

Posted on: 17 November 2017
Buying a home is a big achievement for most people. The excitement of getting that dream home might make you overlook the necessity that lies in conducting a pre purchase inspection. To some, this might seem like an unnecessary exercise. But as you will see below, there are key benefits that come with doing a building inspection before purchasing a home. 1. You will be able to evaluate the cost of repairs
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Dealing with the stress of a big move

Posted on: 15 November 2017
Moving house can be a very stressful experience. Packing, planning and paperwork can feel never-ending, and the scale of the project can be daunting, especially if you're moving over a long distance. Although the time around a move is a busy one, it's important to do what you can to minimise the stress. Here are a few tips.  Start early As soon as you know you're going to move, you'll want to get started on some parts of the moving process.
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Why Buying a Property That Hasn't Been Built Yet Could Be a Good Idea for You

Posted on: 14 November 2017
Money makes the world go around, and it's almost always the primary driver in the housing construction market. In other words, investors and banks want to get money flowing in as quickly as possible in relation to any new construction project, and as a consequence, an increasing number of developments are being marketed "off the plan." This means that these developers are selling the promise of a complete product, rather than the finished item and are taking advantage of the general clamour for new purchases in the industry.
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Crockery, Cutlery and Cockroach Chicanery: Why Cockroaches Choose to Nest in Dishwashers

Posted on: 13 November 2017
No matter how clean your home or apartment is, there are many places that could provide a home for a cockroach colony. Dirt is not the sole prerequisite for a cockroach infestation. Cockroaches require heat, humidity, water and of course—food. A dishwasher, unfortunately, offers all of these things. They Don't Mind the Temperature Yes, the temperatures inside a running dishwasher can reach 75 degrees Celsius and that is enough to burn a human or cockroach.
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