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How the Interior of a Luxury Home Decides the Value

When it comes to increasing the value of your home, there are certain factors that you can work with to ensure that you achieve a higher value for your home. The most important aspect is the interiors, as these will show the full potential of your house to potential buyers. Identifying your target market is […]

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Skip Bins Filling Techniques that Should Benefit users in Adelaide, South Australia

Although skip bins collect trash, what you can put into the bin must be per the guidelines of proper waste management as stipulated by the bin hiring company.  While users are happy to fill the bins to keep their homes clean, the real job starts when the company that removes the waste and arranges for recycling. In […]

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The World’s Most Livable Cities 2010

There are a number of different rankings each year that hold authority, including Monocle (Tyler Brule’s incarnation following *Wallpaper) and Mercer, but the global affairs magazine, The Economist, is perhaps the most prestigious (and indeed uses data from Mercer). The report placed Vancouver, Canada as the most livable city in the world, with Vienna taking second place followed by Melbourne, Australia.

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Michael Marquettes View from the Bridge: Sydney Property is More Expensive than New York

Michael Marquette of Marquette Turner Luxury Homes writes: In raising interest rates yesterday by 0.25% the Reserve Bank of Australia has signaled that it is hugely concerned by the level of property prices in Australia. Without question prices for residential dwellings decreased since the beginning of the financial crisis. What is also without question is that properties under $600,000 AUD have been uncomfortably increasing in price throughout 2009.

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