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Heidelberg West: Melbourne Property Hot Spot Discovery

The Next Property Hotspot for 2021: Heidelberg West, Melbourne When it comes to investing in Melbourne’s property market as foreigners, many purchasers tend to focus on location or suburb that are popular and widely known, especially to overseas people. However, there are also savvy investors who have constantly requested for us to tell them more …

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Pentridge Coburg Development

ESCAPE TO PENTRIDGE Pentridge is unique. Built on solid bluestone, its foundations are firmly rooted in Melbourne’s history. New and historical architecture will sit side-by-side. The heart of Coburg will be reborn, transformed into a vital hub of creativity and commerce interlinked with residential opportunities. Escape ordinary. Escape to Pentridge. ESTABLISHED 1851 REBORN 2016 Vibrant …

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Why Local Representation Is Important When Investing in Australia

Foreign Investment can be a tricky and confusing process. Having professional representation to be your eyes and ears on the ground are pivotal in ensuring you get the best deal, as well as follow all the legal requirements of the country you are investing in. At ARE Property we are your sounding voice and safety …

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Penny Lane – 17 -23 Pickle Street, Moonee Ponds

For more than 40 years, Giancorp has built a reputation for delivering exceptional experiences. This now includes Penny Lane – a collection of modern residences above a vibrant new entertainment and lifestyle precinct. This site has been in our possession since the mid-1980s. Over that time, we have considered several ways to develop its potential, …

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To Rent or Buy?

It’s a dilemma that may seem hard to resolve. To help you make your decision, we weigh up some of the pros and cons of renting a home, buying or doing both. Since 2016, homeownership in Australia has been on the decline. And, with an average Australian house price of $681,100 (according to the Australian …

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