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City Chic
When this homeowner downsized to the heart of Melbourne’s food, arts and entertainment scene, she wanted to keep the elegance of her grand home to be expressed in an urban cottage in vibrant South Yarra

See how this brick cottage was transformed into private retreat and a chic city hub for its owner, as well as friends and family
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Conveyancing: How Does it Work?
Whether you are buying or selling a home, the transfer of title and signing of legal documents forms an important part of the process. This is called conveyancing and it can be daunting, especially because each state and level of government has different laws and requirements on property purchases.

What's more, 'legalese' is not the easiest language to speak. Conveyancers are qualified experts who handle these matters for you - but what steps do you still have to take?
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What Type Of Bidder Am I?
Auctions are one of the most common ways of buying a house, so it's worthwhile figuring out exactly what kind of strategy you're going to take into the process, and getting to know some of the other strategies your competitors are likely to try.

Here are a just few of the common bidder types you're likely to encounter at your next auction - who knows, you might be one of them!
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Real Renovation: Bygone-Era Beauty
A former hospital has been transformed into modern residences and with its architecture painstakingly restored to its late-19th century glory days, now evokes exquisite style, both inside and out.

While these residences capture a sense of the past, they now also look towards the future. Each boasts its own distinctive beauty, has its own story, a proud past and a magnificent future.
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Saving for Retirement
How much money you need in retirement depends on a number of factors, but the hard one is - how long you will live.

When budgeting for retirement, you need to consider your life expectancy, your lifestyle and medical history as well as your family’s life expectancy and medical history. Here are some numbers to consider when planning for your retirement.
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