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Lighting and your investment property: Everything you need to know

In a competitive rental market, knowing what is advantageous to have in your home helps you to maximise the returns on your property. From...

Increase your property’s ROI with these 4 lighting ideas

There are many ways to increase the Return on Investment (ROI) performance of property assets for landlords and homeowners. Adding value to a home...

Could you be managing a drug lab?

Australia’s burgeoning illicit drug epidemic means clandestine drug laboratories (clan labs) are a growing concern for landlords and property managers. Recognise the drug lab signs Hundreds...

Owners urged to ‘child-proof’ investments to avoid liability

Australian property managers and landlords are urged to ‘child-proof’ their investment properties to keep tenants safe and avoid legal liability risks. Figures from Australia’s child...

Small-space living with pets: The tips you have to know

As small-space living becomes more common in cities throughout Australia, we should consider the impact this style of housing can have on our fur-kids. It...

Indoor vines: Easy ways to include them in your home

Vines are one of the lowest maintenance plants you can invest in and they bring so much life and colour into your space. Here are...

Double glazed windows and your investment property

Double glazed windows aren’t just a luxury. In fact, they're a pragmatic, forward-thinking option for landlords who want to increase the value and energy savings...

5 Ways to Stay Fit in Small Spaces

So maybe you’ve got the New Year feels and are ready to turn over a new leaf. Maybe you’ve moved into a new place,...

‘Tis the season to be kind to the environment

Instead of faux Christmas trees, energy-draining light displays, and gifts wrapped in layers of tissue, paper, ribbons, and bows, start dreaming of a green...

Small-space gardening tips and tricks

Gardeners who live in urban or suburban areas often become discouraged by what they perceive as less-than-enough planting space. I promise you that this...