Top Stories in Australian Home Ownership June 20, 2016

Today’s trending stories in Australian home ownership and Home Loans.

  • Building and decorating trends that date your home the most
    Not every design trend is going to add style to your home. Think back to the days of carpeted walls, spa baths and water beds. Itis tempting to follow the latest trends but which ones are on the way out? We asked the experts for their advice.
    Hexagon tile
    2015 was a fun year, we used the hexagon tile, says Nathan Ruttner, Interior Designer at TechneArchitecture and Interior Design in Melbourne.
    This tile, acting as a featur…
  • Options open as Firstmac hits the market
    Loans.com.au is wholly owned with low-costs and no branch network or mortgage brokers to pay. It’s been growing its home loan book at a rate well…
  • Ten unusual tiny homes you can buy for under $100,000 in Australia
    Want to own a tiny house, but dont know where to begin? Its time to stop oohing and aahingoverothers who have pulled it off and make all of your own tiny-house dreams come true….
  • As house prices soar, Canberrans rediscover their love of renovating
    When Rochelle White and Daniel Knott bought a home for their family six years ago it was not exactly what they were hoping for. The small home in…
  • As house prices soar, Canberrans rediscover their love of renovating
    When Rochelle White and Daniel Knott bought a home for their family six years ago it was not exactly what they were hoping for.
    The small home in Canberras inner north was an awkward, uneven three-bedroom house, but the couple saw its potential.
    It was a classic Canberra home that was just poorly designed, Ms White said, so in order to turn it into our family home, it needed an extension.
    The OConnor house was extensively renovate…
  • How do the ACT electorates of Canberra and Fenner fare in the property game?
    They might not be among Australias richest federalelectorates but the ACT seats of Fenner and Canberra have a strong foothold in the national property stakes.
    The traditionally safe Labor seats are among the countrys moreexpensive based on the median value of homes in each electorate,a new data analysis from the Domain Group shows.
    Australias five richest electorates are all safe Liberal seats scattered between Sydney and Melbourne, highlig…

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