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Things to consider when moving city

As you get older and your career starts to take shape you may well discover that you are required to relocate from one city to another in order to move up the corporate ladder. Relocation is not something that most people embark on easily as it has loads of repercussions and impacts on other areas of your life. But sometimes ...

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Australian capital city properties grow in value during 2011

Despite all the gloom and doom and talk of significant drops in property values across the country – it seems that things are not so bad. New research by RP data states that most Australian capital cities have actually enjoyed a slight increase in property values during 2011. Sydney, Canberra and Darwin have all managed to show some price appreciationĀ  ...

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Sydney judged to be 7th most expensive city in the world

A recent survey by USB has identified Sydney as number seven in the list of the world’s most expensive cities in the world . The strong Australian dollar has undoubtedly contributed to Sydney coming in ahead of many other larger cities such as London and New York. Two years previously Sydney was a lot lower on the same list – ...

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Home prices of Australian capital city down 1.8% in March

Home prices of Australian capital city fell 1.8 per cent in the March quarter according to the latest RP Data-Rismark Home Value Index. RP Data research director Tim Lawless said that the numbers were being dragged down by a recent rapid build up of housing stock into the market. “The amount of realestate being advertised for sale is about 30 ...

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How to Prevent Electrical Hazards in Your Home

Electrical hazards and accidents are quite common in domestic scenarios. They happen due to various external and internal reasons. For instance, sometimes these accidents can occur due to personal carelessness such as turning the iron on and leaving the house. Other times, these are caused due to reasons that are beyond our control such as extreme weather conditions, etc. Regardless ...

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