Monthly Archives: March 2012

Property Management in Lurnea NSW

The original inhabitants of Lurnea, the Cabrogal people, gave way to the incoming British settlers in the 1800s and the area was previously named Hillview, later changing to Lurnea following WW1 when it was established as a settlement for returned … Continue reading

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The Metamorphosis of Property Management Liverpool

Liverpool is one of the earliest urban areas settled in Australia, and was established in 1810. Originally it was used as a centre for agriculture by Governor Macquarie and was named after the Earl of Liverpool, who was then the … Continue reading

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Market Volatility – Is your property at risk?

The phrase market volatility is often used to explain why some types of properties appear to vary more in price than others regardless of the market. Properties subject to low market volatility are those whose prices can be more easily … Continue reading

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The Higher Rent, Lower Income Paradox

Many investors embarking on leasing out their first rental property hold out for the highest rent possible before letting the property, thinking the sky is the limit in a competitive rental market. Many do this even if this means losing … Continue reading

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Property Management in Modern Leumeah

Leumeah is a suburb of Sydney and lies 50km south west of the city CBD. According to the 2006 census, Leumeah had a population of 8,661 residents, which would most likely have swelled to approximately 9,000 or more today, six … Continue reading

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Learning about the Suburb Leppington

Leppington was once home to the indigenous Darug people, was established in 1914, is situated 55km southwest of Sydney’s CBD and is listed in the 2006 census as having a population of 1900 residents. It was named after Leppington Park, … Continue reading

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A Cameo of Beautiful Kentlyn

To look at Kentlyn now, one would never believe that it was once an area that was a shantytown, home to many suffering through the Great Depression. Originally inhabited by the Tharawal people for many centuries it has seen many … Continue reading

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