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Five simple ways to update your home in the new year

Freshen up your interior painting
Anyone can work some magic with the right colours and a paintbrush. With warm weather on the agenda, your coats will dry fairly fast, making it an easy summer fix. If you’ve got wallpaper to remove, holes or dints to patch, make sure you do that before you start on the painting. Typically, prep and painting take anywhere from three to six hours per room, depending … Read the full post »

5 design mistakes interior experts always notice

1. Rushing the design process
The number one design mistake I believe people make is rushing when designing a new space. Things take time so allow your renovations and decorating plans to evolve and be fluid. Try things out, plan ahead, do your research, ask for other opinions or find an expert. It’s important to build your confidence over time so take the pressure off yourself and give yourself … Read the full post »

Beautiful, Large, Historic Family Home for Rent

Ever wanted to call one of the beautiful old historic buildings in Launceston, Tasmania home? you now can! recently on the rental market with Key2 Property is 5 Elizabeth Street, Launceston. With it’s creative plaster work that is so rare to find these days, and it’s central location, this two story, 4 bed townhouse is sure to get snatched up soon! … Read the full post »

Fundraiser for The Fires

We’re sure you are all aware of the devastating news affecting all of Australia with too many people and animals losing their homes and loved ones to the fires that are burning all over the country. Key2 Property want to do their part in supporting the victims of these tragic times so we will be holding a fundraiser in the next few weeks to raise much needed funds.

Watch this … Read the full post »

Key2 Property Management Getting in to the Christmas Spirit

Key2 Property enjoyed sharing the Christmas spirit with their tenants this year by surprising them with a knock on the door and a little something special from their owners.

Owners had the option to get in the Christmas spirit and put a smile on their tenants faces this Christmas by agreeing to let the Property Management team at Key2 play Santa and … Read the full post »

How to organise a small space in 7 simple steps

Not enough space at home? The number one reason why people think they can’t get organised is that they they “don’t have enough space”.
But if you had been in the number of homes I’ve been in and seen the overflowing extra closets, garages, and attics, you’d quickly agree that even if you did have extra space, it might quickly become cluttered as well.
As tough as it might be … Read the full post »

New year, new project: Reno jobs for 2020

The striking of midnight on December 31 leaves us all (well, those of us who can think straight at that time) thinking of change and how we can all make our world a better place.
We usually direct that change toward our wellbeing, but our homes can do with a good freshening up every now and then, too.
The first few weeks of 2020 seems just as good as any time to … Read the full post »

Christmas Decoration Ideas

1. Spread cheer with wintry hues

We naturally gravitate towards a warmer and more coastal palette in summer with sea blues and sunny yellows, but that doesn’t mean we’re not able to also embrace a cooler set of colours.
We can take inspiration from nature and the cooler climate.
This means embracing warmer textures and a deeper colour palette of dark smoky blues, mulberry and forest green – all of which … Read the full post »

Is the Launceston property market catching up to Hobart?

When the country’s biggest property markets have seen considerable downturns over the past 12 months, there have been a few outliers around the nation that have bucked trends and continued to see significant growth in the median sale prices of both unattached dwellings and units. Hobart has been a famous example of this, with interstate investors fuelling a frenzy of interest in the capital city over the past several years.

Catching … Read the full post »

Open Home Etiquette

What can I do at an open home?

1. Ask questions
The agent is there to sell the property, so ask as many questions as you like! Also feel free to call the agent after the open house if you have additional questions.

2. Check if anything is broken or squeaks
It’s totally okay to open kitchen cupboards, check the pressure on a tap, or see if … Read the full post »

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