Every day it becomes more obvious that we humans over-expose ourselves to stress. This phenomenon can be observed just about everywhere, from the blaring car horns on city streets to the weary lines in the faces of our coworkers.
A recent, well-known real estate publication featured an article outlining the amenities most wanted by Sydney home buyers. Not surprisingly, the three-bedroom two bath apartment and the freestanding homes on large blocks of land are the least likely to turn… Read More
Newspapers and websites today seem to be attempting to soften the blow they expect to come when Sydney’s housing market falls. Downplaying the still very active market isn’t altogether helpful to those of us who are considering listing their residential… Read More
If you are thinking of selling your property in the Inner West, you may be in luck. One might not expect to see so many baby boomers (those who were born following World War II and into the mid-1960s) relocating… Read More
Making more of your space through creative thinking and design know-how is something of a team effort. It was the ancient Greek poet Homer who said two heads are better than one, and the old chap was right.
For all the years in which people have been selling and trading houses, you would think we’d have it all sorted out. Still, every year or so there is a new innovation in the way we go about the process… Read More
We talk often here about the way in which today’s real estate buyer shops. Since the advent of the internet, most of the real estate shopping that takes place happens from the comfort of the buyer’s home. House shopping is… Read More
Annoyingly, fashion trends are always changing. The great wheel that is fashion is always on the move, and in spite of what we preach about eliminating outdated clothing in your wardrobe, it’s true that if you keep something long enough,… Read More