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10 ways to become mortgage free, sooner.

For many, purchasing a home will probably be the largest financial decision they make in their lifetime and a debt most will want to pay off as quickly as possible. There are some great ways to get ahead of the … Continue reading

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Goodbye 2015, it has been interesting…

By Maree Overton | Managing Director, Peard Real Estate. The downturn in our city’s property market has been the talk of the town this year, but we have to ask ourselves, were we really that surprised? They say that all … Continue reading

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Family guarantor loans – good or bad?

Many first home buyers are struggling to raise the deposit required to buy a property When I first entered the industry nine years ago many lenders were allowing purchasers to borrow 100% of the property value plus fees.  While this … Continue reading

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Perth’s most affordable suburb revealed

With housing affordability an issue for many Western Australians, entering our states property market can seem like a daunting step. If you are a first time home buyer and looking to buy in  affordable suburbs around Perth, there are plenty … Continue reading

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Keeping it in the family

Passing on good fiscal policy as soon as possible to your children is one of the biggest gifts a parent can give to their son or daughter. Teaching kids about money, this can be one of the most challenging things … Continue reading

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Buying off the plan- what you need to know!

Off-the-plan purchases have become a popular venture in recent years and can come with some serious advantages. In many cases, buyers have the ability to purchase a property yet to be built, at today’s price. With Perth property prices at … Continue reading

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Ten common home inspection mistakes

No house number This minor detail is essential in attracting buyers to your home. Not only does it make your home easier to find for people, it is one of the first things they’ll notice. Make sure your house number … Continue reading

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Taking the first steps to home ownership

By Warren Litterfair- General Manager, Peard Finance It can appear daunting at first but with a little careful planning, owning your first home could be just around the corner. There has been a lot of discussion in the media lately … Continue reading

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How to include a statement chair in your home

No matter how many different home interior magazines you flick through there will be one aspect that is consistently featured page after page after page. No matter whether you’re looking at federation or modern contemporary lines, a statement chair is … Continue reading

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Why is grey the perfect backdrop for any home?

A colour that was once thought to be dull and gloomy, is now becoming increasingly popular throughout different homes. Grey – a shade which can have a calm and soothing effect on your home, gives a fresh twist to those … Continue reading

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