Posts Tagged ‘Real Estate Agent Launceston’

HomeBuilder

HomeBuilder provides eligible owner-occupiers (including first home buyers) with a grant of $25,000 to build a new home or substantially renovate an existing home. HomeBuilder will assist the residential construction market by encouraging the commencement of new home builds and renovations this year. Will you be eligable? Find out more information by following the link below:

https://treasury.gov.au/sites/default/files/2020-06/Fact_sheet_HomeBuilder.pdf

First Home Buyer Incentives

There are currently three incentives for first home buyers.

1. If buying an existing home in Tasmania under $400,000 first home buyers will pay only half their stamp duty. These contracts must SETTLE prior to 30 June 2020.

2. If building a new home OR buying a new home (the property has never been lived in) a first home buyer will get $20,000 provided they have a fixed price building quote or … Read the full post »

5 tips to finding the perfect home to flip

Former House Rules champs, Aaron and Daniella Winter, know a thing or two about a successful reno. They’re now seasoned ‘flippers’, turning fixer-uppers into property gold on the Gold Coast.

Is it structually sound?
“Does it have good bones? That’s the one thing that’s going to save you mega money at the backend,” Aaron says. If you’re not confident with checking this yourself, a professional building inspection is a worthy investment.

Avoid a … Read the full post »

East Launceston Area Profile

The size of East Launceston is approximately 1 square kilometres.

It has 3 parks covering nearly 5.5% of total area.

The population of East Launceston in 2011 was 2,239 people.

By 2016 the population was 2,141 showing a population decline of 4.4% in the area during that time.

The predominant age group in East Launceston is 40-49 years.

Households in East Launceston are primarily couples with children and are likely to be repaying $1800 – … Read the full post »

How to know when a job requires a handyman or a tradesperson

The humble “handyman” is a booming business. With the gig economy attracting those who are mobile, independent and part-time, people are diversifying their skills and advertising themselves on sites like Airtasker. Handymen and women are usually cheaper than a tradesperson, earning on average $30 per hour and have a wider range of skills that are suited to home maintenance and repair. They don’t need a licence to carry out most … Read the full post »

How to ‘Marie Kondo’ your home on a budget

Tip one: Organising that famous kitchen drawer

Yes, we all have one that is bursting at the seams, and many budget-conscious homewares brands have great solutions for storage boxes with the perfect dimensions for drawers. The bamboo products available not only look great, but section out and divide all your clutter into separate boxes creating a clean, clutter-free drawer with easy-to-find daily items.

Tip two: Avoiding the front door dumping ground

Who is … Read the full post »

Land For Sale Lot 1 & 2 202 George Street Launceston

Land Buy – Best Offer Over $399,000 eachLot 1 & 2 202 George Street Launceston, TasThese super rare city allotments, with all site services installed and readily available for connection, require just your imagination to create your own personal masterpiece (STCA).

Located within a short walk … Read the full post »

Renos that will give you the best resale value

Renovating a house can present a real quandary for some homeowners. The decisions about which parts of the house to renovate and which to avoid in order to give you the best longevity and future buyer interest can be hard ones to make, particularly if you plan on selling the property at some point in the short to medium-term. But here are some basic guidelines that will ensure your renovated … Read the full post »