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Building A New Home? Key Issues To Consider

Building a new home is an exciting but scary experience. It’s also a considerable investment. But for most of us it’s a one-off that we’ll never get to repeat, and so it’s vital that as well as having no regrets, your new home stands the test of time. In this article we look at some of the important issues you need to consider when planning your new home.
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Selecting The Right Property Manager: Key Questions To Ask

Selecting the right property manager will have a big impact on how well your investment performs. The property manager is effectively your representative and so as well as receiving rent on your behalf, will also find suitable tenants, deal with maintenance, handle disputes and sort out any issues at the end of the tenancy. It’s a big job. Select the right property manager and as well as seeing your investment grow
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How To Find A Skilled Tradie

When it comes to finding a skilled tradesperson it seems as though everyone has their own horror story. From poor quality workmanship or taking too long to complete a job to unforeseen additional costs, we’ve all had bad experiences. So how do you go about finding an honest, dependable professional to get that job done? Well, here are some tips to help guide your selection.
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The Essential Guide To Buying Your First Home

Buying your first home may be a very exciting time, but it’s also one of the most important, let alone expensive, decisions you will make. So what things do you need to take into consideration when making your choice? Carry on reading to discover our essential guide to buying your first home.
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Why Should I Clean And Tidy My House?

Perhaps the next sentence is  ‘when people seldom visit.’ Cleaning and tidying your house has far reaching effects you  will quickly appreciate. Even if others seldom drop in unannounced there’s a quiet joy in opening your front door into a calm and orderly retreat. Everything is in its place and you know where everything is. What’s the sense of having stuff if you’ve forgotten you actually own it and can’t find it when you need it?
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What’s So Hot About Winter?

Transitioning into cold winter months happens on a very deep level- deep in your wardrobe that is. A skim of cotton clothing has fallen, covering the sheepskin boots and chunky shoes buried in the midden of your wardrobe floor.
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7 Quick And Easy Ways To Save Money On Your Power Bill

Want to save some money? We all do of course and in this article we’ll share some tips on how you can do just that. Now, these don’t require any great lifestyle changes or significant personal sacrifice. No, all that’s required is more careful consumption of electricity and guess what?
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Ready lawn or grass seed: what’s the best option?

When it comes to adding value to your property, nothing does the job quite like a luscious lawn. A first-class lawn will add that wow factor to your home and is important in creating that all-important first impression. But what’s the best way to get that lush, green lawn that you’re after?
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How Exterior House Cleaning Can Add Thousands To Next Your House Sale

The first thing you do when you want to sell your home is to spend time cleaning and fixing everything you can, to increase the value of your property. Depending on the condition of your home, you may need to paint walls, fix leaky taps and retile the bathroom. All these things are relatively inexpensive to repair and can add thousands of dollars onto your sale price.So what about the exterior of the house? Window washing is a must…
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Ideas For A Beautiful Garden

The beauty of a garden is not defined by lots of greens. We kiwis pride ourselves for our greenery and vegetation but when it comes to our backyards, less is more. Little plants and small hedges grow to resemble bushes and lose their beauty. Then there are those gardens with lots of plants and all around which take over the space. Market Ready have encountered many gardens like these and we know how much work…
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