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Questions to ask the real estate agent when looking for an investment property

When you’re in the market for an investment property, or even your own home, you want to know you’re getting the right information so you can ensure you pay the right price.  And the only way to get the information you need is to ask the right questions. Questions that will help you … Read the full post »

A quick guide to open homes on Sat 30 Jan

Are you in the market for a new home? We have some fantastic properties all open for inspection this Saturday 30th January at the following times: To buy 31/45-53 Macleay Street, Potts Point – 10-10.30am 24/347 Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst – 10-10.30am 34a Surrey Street, Darlinghurst … Read the full post »

What’s left to see at the Sydney Festival 2021

Thankfully, the Sydney Festival has been able to carry on this year in a show-stopping way. AS the final hurrah for Wesley Enoch before Olivia Ansell steps in as Artistic Director next year, it’s safe to say he’s gone out with finesse – with 39 incredible works in total performed and spending of close to $6 million … Read the full post »

Where to get into the Christmas spirit in Sydney 2020

If you’re welcoming the thought of some Christmas cheer and saying hello to 2021, then there’s nothing quite like looking at some Christmas lights or watching a festive performance to get you in the mood. So, whether you’re looking to start straight away or you’re going to wait a little longer, we’ve put together some great places to … Read the full post »

8 last-minute things to do in Sydney this long weekend

We don’t know about you but we’re very much looking forward to this October long weekend. That’s because it means a whole extra day of you-time. Time to do what you want, when you want. But if you haven’t got what you want planned for when you want it, we’ve got you covered. From Portuguese tarts to Pixar … Read the full post »

7 things to do in Sydney this July

Winter has well and truly settled in but that doesn’t mean we’re destined to be hermits. In fact, there’s lots to see and do this July to get us out and about and entertained. From wine and cheese ceramic workshops to finding your happy place, we’ve put together a list of the top 7 things to do in … Read the full post »

Potts Points restaurants that are open for takeaway

Help your local restaurants through this tough time by continuing to eat their delicious fare – just in the comfort of your own home – with these Potts Point favourites now offering take-away. This list will be updated regularly so if you know somewhere that is now offering take away service please let us know, and we’ll add … Read the full post »

Quick tips to help you buy, sell, or rent in the Sydney property market

Whether you’re buying, renting, or selling, we’ve got some simple tips to help you navigate the Sydney property market. Selling Once you’ve decided to sell your home, you can find yourself on an emotional rollercoaster of highs and lows – especially if it’s … Read the full post »

Short breaks to help rejuvenate bushfire affected areas near Sydney

The next long weekend is approaching and it’s a chance for us to help communities that were badly affected by the bushfires. This fire season was awful. We saw towns and communities devastated by the searing fires around them. But we also saw a rise in the great Australian spirit. Of people rallying together, saying “how can we help”. … Read the full post »

How to shop for vintage, retro or antique furniture for your home

Vintage, retro, antique are words that are thrown around in the interior design world. And, when done correctly, adding pieces to your home can do wonders to the overall look and feel of your living space. However, when done incorrectly, you could turn your home into something that just looks like it needs to be upgraded. So, how do … Read the full post »

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