WA More Buyers Than Other Regions

Becoming the best luxury home builder in Western Australia is a dream for home builders in the area. In a recent report disclosed, WA first time home buyers makes up the biggest borrowers in Australia. More than 60 percent of the first time home buyers are borrowing at least 90 percent of the cost of their houses. This goes to […]

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2015 Auctioneering Championships: A Successful One

After reports that home and land package Perth has dropped in prices, investors are swooping in and are trying to take advantage of the cheap deals. Indeed, Australia has become an attractive place for investors both local and international to invest in. Auctioneering championships The 2015 Australasian Auctioneering Championships finally came to an end after several tough days of competition […]

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Picking Out The Perfect Ugly Christmas Sweater

There is without a doubt that ugly Christmas sweaters, like the ones that can be bought from UglyChristmasSweater.com, rule the holiday season. These hideous looking sweaters have actually existed maybe hundreds of years ago, but they first began to rise as a holiday trend when Bill Cosby started to wear them in the 80s. Although they have died down during […]

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Positive Growth For The Home Remodeling Industry

Most homeowners make improvements on their home to increase its resale value. Fortunately, there is a painter and decorator that can make the cost of improvement highly affordable. Giving the interior and exterior a new coat of paint can make a big difference of the first impression generated from the potential buyer. During the recession, Americans have to be satisfied […]

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Is Canada In The Verge Of Recession?

GoodStorageLeeds is a business in the United Kingdom that specializes in giving storage services to clients. This industry in the UK is reported to be doing well as well as the overall economy of the United Kingdom. However, if you look to the west, Canada is reported to be inching towards a recession period. This report surfaced after its economy […]

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Preservation of Nature in National Parks for the Common Good

150 years ago, Frederick Law Olmsted who designed Central Park, Boston’s Emerald and many other city parks outlined various ideas for other spaces like Yosemite Valley and Mariposa Sequoia Grove in California. Olmsted’s recommendations for Yosemite went unheeded during that time but it helped in shaping parks the way they are managed today. The majestic scenery of Yosemite today bears […]

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