How to Make Moving Less Stressful for Your Kids

Posted on: 6 April 2016

It has been well documented that one of the moment stressful events in a person's life is moving house. And if you think that moving across Australia is going to be stressful for you, then just imagine how stressful it could be for your young kids. This is why it's essential to have some tactics up your sleeve so that the move doesn't cause your kids insane amounts of stress. Here's what you can do to make the move somewhat easier on them.
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4 Affordable Australian Suburbs You Need to Know About in 2016

Posted on: 23 March 2016

When it comes to affordable properties, which Australian suburbs provide you with more bang for your buck? Property analytics and services provider CoreLogic crunched the numbers and delved into data sets and revealed the cheapest suburbs in Australia's eight state and territory capitals — Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Darwin and Canberra — located within 10 kilometres of each city's central business district. Here are four affordable suburbs that you need to check out.
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Performing maintenance on a commercial property every autumn

Posted on: 4 February 2016

Commercial property maintenance is something that has to be performed rather often, as the building is used frequently by the public. Maintenance of commercial buildings is important for a different reason than residential properties, as the building represents the company or the institution holding residence inside. A poorly maintained building can thus be a danger to the public, and can create a bad reputation for whoever is in charge of the building.
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Reduce Asbestos Exposure Risks With an Effective Plan

Posted on: 4 February 2016

Uncontrolled exposure to asbestos can risk serious health hazards. There are regulatory measures put in place by local authorities to limit the exposure to asbestos-containing materials. One of these is a requirement for property owners to check for the presence of asbestos and then make an asbestos management plan. The asbestos management plan can be a document or an article that shows all possible existence of potential materials that are likely to contain asbestos within a building.
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