Home Owners Urged to Check and Repair Roof Leaks

Archicentre Director, Robert Caulfield said leaky roof problems can lead to dangerous situations where water can penetrate walls, roof linings, and insulation leading to the growth of mould and deterioration of the home. “If water has entered the home it is important to have the roof checked for broken tiles, rusted iron and damaged flashing […]

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July Housing & Economic Chart Pack

CoreLogic RP Data have released their monthly housing and economic chart pack for June 2016, using this guide you can find a detailed overview on home values, home sales and the rental market. Home values increased by 1.6% in May 2016 with values 3.6% higher over the three months to May 2016 DOWNLOAD June 2016 […]

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Is your home suited to sale by auction?

Five tips to know if auction will bring the best price for your home. Selling your home at auction has the potential to push the sale price sky high, and as the successful bidder doesn’t get a cooling off period, the sale of your home is set in cement once the hammer falls. However not […]

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Housing Equity Report

Aussie and CoreLogic have paired mortgage data with dwelling values to determine average equity levels around Australia. What is equity? Equity is simply a measure of the difference between the debt held on a property and what the property is valued at. The amount of equity a home owner may have in their home can change in two […]

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FREE Renovation Cost Guide

Download your copy of Archicentre’s FREE Renovation Cost Guide Learn what costs are involved before you start! Tuesday 1 March 2016 Michael Appleby Archicentre and Aussie Mates Are you planning a home improvement project, a renovation, a new home or a small property development? If so, you will benefit from Archicentre’s FREE Renovation Cost Guide. Learn […]

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Sydney/Melbourne Housing Boom – not over yet

Sydney/Melbourne housing boom’s not over yet: survey AAP – Mon, Nov 9, 2015 12:07 PM AEDT The housing price booms in Sydney and Melbourne are not over yet – but probably will be within a year, according to a survey of property market professionals. The survey by the NSW division of the Australian Property Institute in October asked […]

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