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The ultimate guide to downsizing

Downsizing your home can free up cash for your retirement, but it's not a decision to make lightly. Read our downsizing tips for Australians.
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NSW reforms to fix building defects – potential for indeterminate liability?

On 11 June 2020, NSW enacted legislation which imposes a number of new obligations on design practitioners, engineers and builders and sees a fundamental shift ...
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NSW turns up heat on developers of residential apartment buildings

As part of the NSW Government’s broader building industry reforms, the recent Residential Apartment Buildings (Compliance and Enforcement Powers) Act 2020 (NSW) (the Act) provides ...
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Help available to first-time homebuyers in NSW

Buying your own home is one of the biggest financial decisions you’ll ever make. Thankfully, there’s help available for first-time home buyers in NSW.
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Property values stay strong in Regional NSW

2020 has been a strange year in many regards, but the property market in Regional NSW has remained strong with average house prices rising.
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Covid-19 (Corona virus) measures East Coast Conveyancing have taken

Covid-19 (Corona virus) measures put in place by East Coast Conveyancing.
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Trees, common nature strips and Councils: Know your rights “Our land abounds in Nature Strips…”

Do you own your nature strip? A nature strip – the strip of land between a residential property boundary and the roadway is owned by ...
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Pre-settlement inspection: what home buyers need to know

Property inspections can save you from expensive repairs or making a bad investment. Find out the most common problems to look for and what to ...
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The pros & cons of buying off the plan

Buying off the plan has become a popular option for many people. Read East Coast Conveyancing’s article to find out the pros and cons of ...
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Why selling your home in the new year is a good idea

With less competition and more serious buyers, January is a great time of year to put your property on the market. East Coast Conveyancing explains ...
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Taking advantage of January’s real estate lull

January is traditionally a quiet time in the Australian real estate market, but buyers may be able to use this to their advantage.
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First-time home buyer’s guide to property inspections

Check out East Coast Conveyancing's guide to pre-settlement inspections so you're fully aware of the condition of your home before committing.
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