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Darren Palmer on Styling to Sell in Spring
The spring selling season has arrived! But how do you give your home the advantage and make it stand out to discerning buyers. The answer is styling according to a panel of LJ Hooker agents as it can make a big difference to the number of people who are interested in the property, the price you achieve and how quickly it sells.

Whilst you do need to look at the whole home I thought I would share with you some tips on how to make the most of your outdoor space – after all spring is here and us Aussies love to be in the great outdoors.
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Picking a Suburb From a Haystack
With thousands of suburbs in Australia to choose from, picking an area with solid capital growth is like a needle in a haystack.

However, there are several indictors investors can consider to shortlist potential suburbs that stand out from the crowd. Here are a few to look out for.
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Common Renovation Trip-up's to Avoid
For new renovators, the idea of taking on a project is filled with excitement and the promise of big profits. However, failing to recognise common mistakes and trip-ups could see you losing money, rather than making it.
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Getting Ready - Top Tips for The First Meeting with your Architect
Architect Caroline Pidcock, the curator of our Liveability ‘be inspired by design’ believes “A good design requires not only a good architect, it also needs a client who is really engaged in the project. This means being clear about what you want and at the same time open to new ideas for how this might be achieved."

But how can you prepare yourself? Here are 6 tips to help you get ready.
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Cool, Tropical and Contemporary Home Design
When you’re talking about the home of prominent Filipino furniture designer Kenneth Cobonpue — a man renowned for his signature designs using natural fibres — it makes sense that a key component of the home design will be its connection to the environment.

Located in the tropical Philippines city of Cebu, the sprawling home is on a sloping block, allowing for multiple levels and interesting architectural concepts as the building steps over the surrounding terrain. The result is truly inspiring.
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