Part one of an interview with Exempla Group director Peter Tzanetos who believes developers are not always the villains they are usually portrayed to be.
Rachel Meyers and husband Heinrich have just listed the sixth property they’ve flipped, and have plans to start a business as a mum and dad building company.
A key decision sellers initially face is whether to sell by auction or private treaty. Auctions are perceived as a fast and furious path to sale but the speed and success largely depends on market conditions and location.
From a 1930s art-deco home to a bespoke contemporary design, strong architectural statements were responsible for some of Saturday’s top auction results.
An 1830’s brick cottage has sold for $450,000 over reserve in the popular suburb of Darlinghurst.
Perfection was the goal for families bidding at 5 Boambillee Street, Mount Gravatt East.
The vendor of this converted shopfront still thanks the bank manager who, 35 years ago, lent her, then a single woman working part time, the money to buy this derelict shop.
A rundown Brunswick share house in need of a full renovation has sold for $1.4 million under fierce competition at auction.
Do we really need to forgo even the smallest luxury in life to own a home in Sydney?
As high-end fashion labels Marcs and David Lawrence are close the doors to 13 stores this week, the man behind the brands Malcolm Webster is set to sell $6 million worth of his Sydney real estate.