Take your house to the next level with landscaping

Posted by welovebendigo on August 31st, 2019 in Real Estate Tips | No Comments

If thinking about selling your home, you’d be wise to spend some time on landscaping to improve its kerb appeal. No matter how stunning the inside of your home is, if you’ve neglected your front yard it could seriously devalue your property. Attractive and well-planned landscaping can give your property the edge over others and […]

It’s time to take advantage of low interest rates

Posted by welovebendigo on August 14th, 2019 in Property Market News | No Comments

Australians are enjoying lower interest rates than ever before, with the recent cuts from the Reserve Bank meaning that some homeowners are shaving thousands of dollars off of their mortgage. So, what can you do to make sure that you are making the most of a low interest rate environment? And is there anything you […]

5 simple ways to modernise our home

Posted by welovebendigo on August 9th, 2019 in Home & Lifestyle | No Comments

Wondering how you can bring your home into the year 2019? Even if your home was built last century, it can be made suitable for modern day living by making a few simple tweaks that don’t need to break the bank. 1. Try a new colour scheme Colour has a huge impact on how a […]

Pay Attention to these things on your Property Hunt (because a lot of people don’t)

Posted by welovebendigo on July 27th, 2019 in Real Estate Tips | No Comments

Looking to buy a home now or in the near future? Start your house-hunting journey with a clear plan in mind. Think about the type of property you want, and where it should be located, along with things like bedroom sizes and finding a space for the kids to run around outside. You’ll likely end […]

Do I need Insurance if I Rent?

Posted by welovebendigo on July 20th, 2019 in Real Estate Tips | No Comments

You don’t need to own a home to benefit from having insurance. In fact, you may be in a very vulnerable position if you’re not covered! If you’re a tenant that is under the impression that having insurance is the sole responsibility of their landlord, you may be surprised to learn that a landlord will […]

4 Reasons to be UPBEAT about the Property Market

Posted by welovebendigo on July 3rd, 2019 in Property Market News | No Comments

It’s been a tumultuous year for the property market so far, but after an interest rate cut and major regulatory and policy changes, the market looks set to take a turn for the better. 1) A new Government scheme This year’s federal election brought with it a lot of uncertainty around property, particularly as many […]

4 ways to Save Money on Renovations

Posted by welovebendigo on June 30th, 2019 in Home & Lifestyle | No Comments

There’s no doubt that renovating a home or investment property can be an expensive ordeal. In reality, you can save money without giving up on quality workmanship, however this is rarely achieved without sticking to these main strategies. 1. Budget like your life depends on it! Research is key here. Know the intricate details of […]

Pros and Cons of Renting a Furnished Property

Posted by welovebendigo on June 23rd, 2019 in Real Estate Tips | No Comments

If you’re thinking about moving to a new town or city without moving your current furniture, you may be considering the option of renting a home that is already furnished. Furnished properties can be ideal for those who want the flexibility of not owning any furniture, or who only want to rent for a short […]

How Confident are you when Bidding at Auction?

Posted by welovebendigo on June 17th, 2019 in Real Estate Tips | No Comments

Some people love the excitement of bidding at auction and the chance to snare the property of their dreams, but their confidence can give others the jitters, causing them to miss out on a property due to the fear of bidding under the hammer. New research from Westpac’s Home Ownership Report has found that over […]

How to Reduce Your Heating Needs this Winter

Posted by welovebendigo on May 31st, 2019 in Home & Lifestyle | No Comments

Tempted to reach for the heater as the temperatures start to drop? Cooler weather tends to lead to a big spike in most people’s home energy bills, not only from the heating systems they use but also from things like extra hot water consumption and cooking. Here are some valuable tips on keeping costs down […]

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