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Home Pool Safety!!

02 Dec 15
Fortunately, the choices available in pool fencing are numerous. This means the look of your garden landscaping need not be compromised. On the contrary, your fence can enhance your entire outdoor area whilst providing peace of mind if you have children or grandchildren who regularly swim or play outdoors.
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A Burning Issue

25 Nov 15
It appears that overloaded electrical systems have overtaken candles as one of the main causes of home blazes. Kitchen accidents and central heating faults are also to blame. Particular hot spots include Melbourne's inner suburbs which host a high number of older style homes with outdated wiring.
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A good place to start when looking for a property manager is to ask friends and family. A referred property manager can simplify the process significantly and allow you to feel relaxed and comfortable. However, asking questions is still advisable.
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A "oating timber "oor is simply any type of wood "oor that has not been nailed, glued or otherwise attached to a sub"oor. Packaged ready to lay, timber "oating "oors are made from attaching a layer of soft or hardwood to a high density !breboard substrate.
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If, as a vendor, you do agree to early buyer possession, it should be handled with a written agreement that describes the duties and responsibilities of both parties. Most real estate agents have access to a standard contract addendum that covers early buyer possession.
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Based on similar community programmes operating in the Unites States and Canada, Neighbourhood Watch began in Australia in 1983 in the outer Melbourne suburb of Kananook. It was initiated when it became clear that police alone could not control the rising rate of crime.
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As a result of the drop in interest rates many money lenders are promoting a range of financial deals to entice us to take out new loans or re-mortgage with them. Is it time you re-assessed the mortgage contract you have?
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In the 1961 census, the metropolitan area of Melbourne had 518,476 occupied dwellings, compare with 1.49 million last year. Whilst this is an expected increase in numbers given our growing population, it is the nature and level of ownership, divided between owners and renters, that shows an interesting shift.
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REIV CEO Enzo Raimondo echoes industry sentiment by saying both buyers and sellers are approaching the market in a conservative manner. This caution is translating into a lower number of sales than we've seen previously in stronger markets and as has resulted in no real price growth since the beginning...
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If you are considering refinancing, be sure to avoid the following oversights:
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