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Home built by billion-dollar pokies heir has jaw dropping twin pools

Occupying an unparalleled position, this spectacular property boasts over 2,500sq m of living on a 3,298sq m block of irreplaceable full beachfront flat land.


One of the Tropical North’s most expensive homes, built by the heir to a billion-dollar pokies fortune, is so ‘extra’, one of its two pools has a glass wall so you can see who’s at the door while doing laps.

The Kewarra Beach home, built by the heir to the Aristocrat fortune Christian Ainsworth, has since had a massive renovation by its current owners who took on the property’s twin wings, twin pools, twin kitchens, twins

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Budget Friendly Curb Appeal Ideas you can Complete in a Weekend

We all want visitors and families to feel welcome when they visit our homes. You also want your home’s exterior looking its best when you are getting ready to sell. Whether you are planning on staying in your home for a few more years or preparing to sell it because you want to move to Dallas, TX, these budget-friendly curb appeal ideas will keep your home’s exterior looking beautiful, and better yet, you can complete them in just a few hours. 

The great thing is most of these curb appeal ideas are simple projects that can be accomplished for

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Bond Refund Spike Telling for Tenants and Landlords Amid Coronavirus

New data suggests the six-month moratorium on evictions during the coronavirus crisis could be holding back the flood gates when it comes to residential tenancies ending. 

But with an influx of short-term holiday rentals coming on to the residential market; an increasing number of tenants under pressure from mounting job losses and; hoards of international students leaving Australia, it’s feared there will soon be a record number of vacant rentals across Australian cities.

What’s on the horizon for renters and landlords post-coronavirus? Picture: Unsplash / Wolf Zimmerman


Research research illustrates a vacancy crisis in inner city Melbourne, while data

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The Effect of COVID-19 on Cleveland’s Real Estate Market

The US housing market has gone through many changes during this COVID-19 pandemic. Homebuyers all over the country are wondering how Coronavirus may impact the homebuying process in their local market. As we enter the homebuying and selling season we found that Cleveland’s housing market is still very competitive and many homes are facing multiple offers. 

Additionally, many people are still buying homes but less are choosing to sell, creating an inventory shortage. We turned to one of our Cleveland Redfin agents Joe Goldian to help us answer some of the most common questions homebuyers have about the Cleveland Real

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How Lending Practises Have Tightened During COVID-19

The coronavirus crisis is already having a devastating impact on Australia’s economy with almost 600,000 people losing their jobs in April after COVID-19 restrictions forced thousands of businesses to shut down.

Amid the financial uncertainty, banks and other lenders have changed the way they assess borrowers, in some cases, making it even more difficult to get finance to purchase a home.

Banks and other lenders are not taking any risked when assessing borrowers during COVID-19. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy


Meanwhile, while tentative about taking on new clients, most lenders are bending over backwards to try and help their existing clients.

But for

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