Moving house is a big effort! Between packing, downsizing, unpacking and organising utilities there is so much to think of. An important job to do is to ensure your address is updated with various government and non-government organisations. Here's a printable checklist we've put together to help you manage your change of address.
You can find the printable checklist for download at the bottom of the page.
Having equity in your home means the difference between the value of your property and how much you owe on it. Check out the ways you could build equity in your property and how you might consider using your equity.
A boom in approved units, townhouses and apartments across the country could be seen as a good thing for Aussie home buyers, who may benefit from increased affordability and the option to purchase off the plan.
Buying property with friends: How do you save the relationship
Pooling your dollars with parents. siblings or friends to get a foothold in the housing market can allow you to split purchase costs and spread the repayment load. Guest writer, Ellen Jackson from Potential Psychology takes us through her top tips to reap the upside of property co-ownership without ruining the relationship.
What to do in the final 10 minutes before your open house
You've spent weeks, maybe even months, preparing for your house to be on the market - you've touched up paint, improved lawns and spent hours removing scuff marks. Here's what to do in the final 10 minutes before your house is open to the public.
What to look out for at an open house from a tradie
While the inspections carried out by the professionals will give you thorough information when buying a property, there are things you can do at an open house inspection that might help you decide whether it's a property you want to buy. Guest blogger and Plumber, Bec Senyard shares her top 9 things to look at when inspecting an open house.