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Renovating your property over summer: Part 3 - the exterior
Over the last few articles here on the Laing+Simmons blog, we've covered a few different ways that property owners can get their Sydney properties ready to sell in the New Year. One of the very best ways to do this is by completing a few renovations, which can not only...
Fri December 22, 2017
Selling | Lifestyle
Renovating your property over summer: Part 2 - bathrooms
Welcome back to the Laing+Simmons blog, where we've been publishing a series of articles outlining how you can get your property ready for the New Year. If you're thinking about selling your Sydney home, the market will start to really pick up again in late January...
Tue December 19, 2017
Selling | Market News | Lifestyle
Renovating your property over summer: Part 1 - the kitchen
In our final Market Update of 2017 with Laing+Simmons Managing Director Leanne Pilkington, we talked about a few of the ways that Sydney homeowners looking to sell can make the most of summer to get a better price when the market heats up again in early 2018. With a little...
Mon December 18, 2017
Selling | Lifestyle
Everything you need to know about painting your home over the holidays
The Christmas holidays are a fantastic time for repairs and renovations around the house, particularly if you're thinking about selling your property in the New Year and want it to be looking its very best. Unfortunately, renos can sometimes present a challenge to...
Tue December 12, 2017
Selling | Lifestyle
Tips and tricks for DIY home renovations
The property market may quieten down a bit over the Christmas holidays, but this certainly doesn't mean there isn't plenty to be done before things pick back up in late January and early February. Instead, summer is a fantastic time for homeowners to start...
Wed December 06, 2017
Selling | Lifestyle
Why November and December are great times to buy and sell: Part 2
In a recent article, we explored what makes November and December great times to buy property in Sydney. That piece focused on the buying side of things, but the pre-Christmas season also presents a wealth of opportunities for keen sellers. This may come as a surprise to...
Thu November 30, 2017
Selling | Market News
What are the benefits of buying a character home?
When looking to purchase a Sydney property, there's a certain appeal to new builds and contemporary designs. This isn't surprising, especially when these homes offer the very best of modern technology and 21st century living.However, investing in an older...
Fri November 24, 2017
Buying | Selling | Lifestyle
Why you should take care of your garden during summer
Summer officially arrives in December, and for Sydney-dwellers that means barbecues, beach trips and beautiful weather. However, with the change in season comes higher temperatures. This may be great news for you, but it can mean tough times ahead for your garden, with...
Fri November 24, 2017
Selling | Lifestyle
Can renovating for your hobby add value to your property?
We've talked a lot on the Laing+Simmons blog about how the right renovation can add value to a property. From installing a swimming pool to better parking solutions, there are so many fantastic ways to take a home to the next level and make it a better place for you to...
Wed November 22, 2017
Selling | Lifestyle
Why November and December are great times to buy and sell: Part 1
Traditional wisdom dictates that early spring is one of the best times to buy and sell property in Sydney. While it is indeed true that the market is particularly strong in September and October, there's no reason to put buying or selling on hold after this period. In...
Wed November 22, 2017
Buying | Market News
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