Investment special – how to minimise Capital Gains Tax

It’s almost tax time. If you own an investment property and are thinking about selling, you will no doubt want to know the best ways to avoid or at least minimise Capital Gains Tax.Leading property investment expert, Michael Yardney spoke with tax expert, Ken Raiss who shared a few... Read More

Post by ShelMarkblog 19 Jun 2018 0

What will homebuyers want in 5 years?

If you are planning to build or renovate your home, it pays to understand what homebuyers of the future will be looking for. Why? Because, while you build and renovate for lifestyle factors today, the astute homeowner knows that you should also consider future resale potential, especially when you... Read More

Post by ShelMarkblog 11 Jun 2018 0

6 things to consider when buying a home in your twenty’s

Are you in your twenty’s? If so, home ownership may either be the furthest thing from your mind (perhaps because of a perception that it is unattainable) or it may be a goal on which you are intensely focused.Perhaps you are a parent with adult children living at home and wondering how an earth... Read More

Post by ShelMarkblog 01 Jun 2018 0

5 tips to lighten the load before moving

Moving house is known to be one of life’s most stressful events. Just the thought of packing up the mountain of ‘stuff’ you and your family have accumulated over many years can be so overwhelming you have no idea where to start.The good news is it doesn’t have to be that... Read More

Post by ShelMarkblog 03 May 2018 0

Inspections put you in control

When it comes to building and pest inspections, most people assume that they are left to the buyers to arrange if they wish. But having your home inspected for structural and termite damage can be highly advantageous if you’re selling too.  In fact we recommend sellers arrange their own Building... Read More

Post by ShelMarkblog 28 Apr 2018 0

Is it best to sell furnished or unfurnished?

If you were looking for a new home, would you prefer to inspect an empty home to assess the space available for your own furniture? Or would you prefer to see a furnished home?Some people argue that an empty home lacks character and visual appeal, while others argue that styling an empty home is... Read More

Post by ShelMarkblog 19 Apr 2018 0

Going up to downsize

If there is one thing we know about Melville it is that the suburb is full of large family-style homes and almost totally built-out (unlike neighbouring Cockburn).In fact, Melville has more 5-bedroom + houses than almost any other suburb in Perth.However, to cope with Perth’s rising... Read More

Post by ShelMarkblog 15 Apr 2018 0

Going up to downsize

If there is one thing we know about Melville it is that the suburb is full of large family-style homes and almost totally built-out (unlike neighbouring Cockburn).In fact, Melville has more 5-bedroom + houses than almost any other suburb in Perth.However, to cope with Perth’s rising... Read More

Post by ShelMarkblog 29 Mar 2018 0

Buying property with family – the do’s & don’ts

No matter how close you are to your parents, siblings or cousins and how well you get along, when you throw money and property into the mix, it can sometimes be a recipe for disaster. But that does not mean that buying with family should never be considered.The fact is, there are some very... Read More

Post by ShelMarkblog 15 Mar 2018 0