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From Tenant to Homeowner: Emma’s Story

Being a tenant is great. If something breaks down, the cost and responsibility lies with your landlord. You’re not tied down, and you can move somewhere bigger/smaller/cheaper/plusher in line with your income and lifestyle – it’s ideal! The only downside is: you’re living in someone else’s property. You’re paying down their mortgage, and ultimately, the […]

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The Changing First Home Buyer: Examining the RBA Study

The Reserve Bank of Australia has released a research paper examining how life post-GFC has affected housing affordability for first home buyers. Despite the intimidating heft of this paper, the study is remarkably interesting and reveals surprising insights into first home buyers behaviours. This is a Think Property & Co blog not to miss! The internet is rife […]

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Leasing for Entrepreneurs

Being an entrepreneur in startup is an exciting time: you’ve got an amazing new idea to bring to market, and you’re neck-deep in new logos, product design or digital campaigns. You’ve also got decisions to make about where to base your business from. Whilst going ‘all in’ and purchasing a commercial property might be on […]

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Selling With a Tenant in Place

If you’re a landlord and you’re considering selling your investment property, there’s an important choice you’ll need to make. You can take steps to move your tenant on as your lease dictates, listing the property once it’s vacant – or you can undertake the sales process with the tenants in place. As with any major decision […]

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REIV Finalist

Think Property & Co have been nominated in the Real Estate Institute of Victoria industry awards for ‘Agency – Best Website’.  This year’s awards will be presented at the Awards for Excellence Gala Dinner at Crown Towers on Thursday, 27 October.  Martine, Randal and TP & Co Team are excited with being nominated in their first year […]

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5 Star Energy Tips

Reducing cost through 5-Star energy appliances. As the weather changes from warm to cold, we are looking at how to best use our appliances that don’t impact our energy costs. Heating and cooling, accounts for an average of 40 per cent of household energy use in Australia. Note this proportion varies, as the amount of […]

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