Posts Tagged ‘launceston’

5 simple ways to make your home office eco-friendly

While we’re all working from home due to Coronavirus it’s worth remembering we can all do our part in reducing our environmental impact.

Not only does eco-living benefit the planet, but studies show it also has a positive impact on your health, mental wellbeing and productivity, too. There’s never been a better time to give your home office a good green rinse. … Read the full post »

5 reasons hiding a pet from your landlord is a really bad idea

As a pet lover, it can be very tempting to sneak Fluffy into your rental, despite a strict no-pet policy in your lease agreement. After all, your property manager will never drop by and find out, right? Wrong.

Here are five reasons why it’s a pretty terrible idea to hide your pet:

#1 You could end up being evicted
So your apartment is … Read the full post »

The Benefits of Renting

Is renting better than owning?

For many, home ownership is the goal, and the benefits of renting are glossed over in the pursuit of ownership. However, this shouldn’t be the case. In a world where we celebrate leasing rather than buying services (E.g Netflix, Spotify, etc.), why don’t we think the same of the world’s oldest subscription service – renting.

This article will go through some reasons why renting might be … Read the full post »

Tax Depreciation 101

Depreciation is something that will help your bottom line come tax time.

Just as you can claim wear and tear on a car purchased for income-producing purposes, you can also claim the depreciation of your investment property against your taxable income.

Seasoned property investors know all about this one. In fact, some will take depreciation into account before purchasing their next investment. But it’s not just for the pros. Anyone who … Read the full post »

Top 10 Tips for First Time Renters

Moving out of home for the first time? This is what you should know…
So you’ve finally managed to fly out of the family nest. Whether you were pushed or had to break free of some shackles, moving out during your student days or as a full-time worker, moving out on your own is always big deal.

It marks the beginning of a new chapter in your life where you’ll find yourself … Read the full post »

Free Wi-Fi In the Heart of Launceston

CITY DEAL DELIVERING FREE PUBLIC WI-FI IN HEART OF LAUNCESTON

Free Wi-Fi is now available across the entire Launceston city centre, with locals already making good use of high-speed internet.
Delivered under the Launceston City Deal, the project has significantly expanded public access to the city’s free Wi-Fi Network.
Popular recreation spots like Riverbend Park, the Cataract Gorge and Waverley Lake were among the last areas connected to what is now Tasmania’s largest … Read the full post »

9 everyday home hacks to minimise stress for selling

1. Change your mindset
It might sound airy-fairy but it’s important to come to terms with the fact that it’s not your home anymore.
Understandably, some people are very attached to their things and a home they may have lived in for many years, but it’s important to not take it personally when an agent or property stylist suggests a change.

2. Enlist the best agent you can
When it … Read the full post »

How to create a sanity-saving office space

Has the coronavirus got you suddenly working from home? Home offices around the world are suddenly getting a workout amid the COVID-19 crisis.
If you previously haven’t put in much thought to the functionality of the space you’re probably now kicking yourself and wondering how you can make it a better place to work.
Never fear, we’ve got 8 tips to get you started:

1. Keep papers out of sight, out of … Read the full post »

How To Keep Your Indoor Plants Alive

Pots
The first rule when it comes to indoor plants is keeping your plant in its plastic pot that you bought it in, which would have the perfect amount of drainage. Then, place this pot within a decorative indoor pot of your choosing. This allows the plant to have enough drainage, but your floors and design decor will stay intact. It also means taking your plants outside for a … Read the full post »

How to organise a small space in 7 simple steps

1. Declutter, declutter, declutter
As always – I’m going to encourage you to declutter and purge one more time.
Keep an eye out for things that serve only one purpose and ask yourself whether there’s another way you can accomplish whatever task that item is used for.
Certain items in the kitchen come to mind like bulky rice cookers or bread machines or even yogurt makers. Those things take up valuable … Read the full post »

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