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If you're looking to sell your property this summer, you may want to consider these easy, simple tricks to maximise your selling price.
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Sydney's Property Evolution

Author: Onthehouse.com.au Source: Onthehouse.com.au
A NEW video analysis of historical house price data has revealed just how high Sydney’s property prices have soared in the last 35 years.
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How To Be a Smart Seller

Author: Kylie Davis Source: CoreLogic
One of the most common mistakes home sellers make is to not do their homework about how much their home is worth before they list. Here’s three steps you can easily take to make sure you’re prepared and can earn the title of a smart seller.
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The Most Valuable Lessons I Have Learnt as a Property Investor

Author: Nila Sweeney Source: Nila Sweeney
Investing in property can be scary for even seasoned investors. Here are some of the biggest lessons successful property investors have learned to fail-proof their investments.
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3 Ways To Get More Value From Your Real Estate Agent

Author: Kylie Davis Source: CoreLogic
Agents often have an arsenal of other skills they can bring to a transaction to help a vendor that even they may not realise. Here's 3 questions you should always ask your real estate agent.
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Hobart Houses Top Growth in November

Author: Eliza Owen Source: Onthehouse.com.au
In the year to November 2016, Australian dwelling values saw an increase of 4.49%. This is above the 3.77% annual growth average since 2009, when Australia felt the effects of the 2008 GFC.
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Higher priced properties in Sydney and Melbourne is not the only obstacle stopping people from entering these markets.
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9 Ways to Avoid Losing Money on Your Investment Property

Author: Nila Sweeney Source: Nila Sweeney
Your goal as an investor is to make money, not to lose it. So how you can avoid losing your hard earned cash? Nila Sweeney, managing editor at PropertyMarketInsider.com.au explains.
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