Moving into retirement homes is commonplace when you're looking to downsize and live in a close-knit community of like-minded people. With nearly 63 percent of the population owning a pet, Australia is one of the leading countries in terms of pet ownership, so chances are you want to take your precious pet along with you to your new retirement home. Let this guide assist you in your effort to check certain factors before moving into a retirement villa with your pet.
Australian body corporate management is amongst the best in the world: emerging markets in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, India and the Philippines all chose to adopt the Australian system rather than using the common-interest developments or homeowner associations more common in the UK. For some years, body corporate management in New South Wales has been governed by two key pieces of legislation: the Strata Schemes Management Act 1996 and the Strata Schemes Management Regulation Act 2010.
When you put your home on the real estate market, you need to ensure it can compete with other homes in the area; this means pricing it properly and getting it ready to be seen. Unfortunately many homeowners don't know how to make their home look appealing to potential buyers. Home staging can help; this refers to creating a look with your house that isn't necessarily your style, but which potential buyers might like.
Having a really great property manager can help to make sure your property stays tenanted for as long as possible. With average Australian rents of $347/week even a two week vacancy each year to re-let the property can leave you a hefty $694 a year out of pocket. Here are some ways that property managers can keep tenants in the property. Quick repairs One of the most common reasons that tenants contact the property managers is to get repairs done quickly.
If you're planning to build a new home, there's no better time than now to make sure you get the dream bedroom you've seen in magazines but could never have before. Creating a magazine-worthy bedroom requires careful space configurations and smart furnishings infused with your own personal style. This guide offers you smart tactics to get the bedroom you've always wanted when working with your new homebuilders. Choose A Side With A Good View
I don't want to have to work until I'm 60, so I have a very active investment plan for my 20s and 30s. I hope I can retire at 40, so I have been investing in a range of real estate investments to make sure I have a steady stream of income as well as capital growth to fulfill that goal. My blog is all about finding real estate investments to support the goal of early retirement. I explain some of the things to look for when you are comparing different potential real estate purchases and tips on how to increase returns.