A new look for St Marys

Posted by Terry Hansen on August 7th, 2020 in Outer Western Sydney News | No Comments
st marys new logo

St Marys Town Centre has been re-branded with a fresh new logo to represent the changing face of the business district. While staying true to the area’s heritage and significant history, the new branding embraces the modern direction the CBD is taking – and introduces a new tagline of “Inspired by Growth”. As we all […]

More projects to get fast-tracked in Western Sydney

Posted by Terry Hansen on August 5th, 2020 in Outer Western Sydney News | No Comments
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The NSW Government has unveiled the fourth tranche of projects it plans to fast-track, many of which will directly benefit Western Sydney. There are 13 projects currently being assessed by NSW planning, worth a staggering $4.3 billion between them, including a billion-dollar renewal of the Blacktown CBD. If it gets the final tick of approval, […]

5 reasons to consider buying a unit over a house

Posted by Terry Hansen on August 3rd, 2020 in Property Tips | No Comments
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If you’ve been looking to get into the unit market then there’s no time like the present, with new research revealing that it could actually be cheaper to buy a unit than pay rent in some parts of Sydney. According to an article on realestate.com.au, record low interest rates and falling property prices are creating […]

Stamp duty changes for NSW first home buyers

Posted by Terry Hansen on July 31st, 2020 in Real Estate News | No Comments
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First home buyers will soon be able to benefit from a temporary change in stamp duty thresholds that will enable them to access a broader range of homes. The NSW Government has announced it will be will be increasing the threshold above which stamp duty will be charged from the current $650,000 to $800,000, as […]

Do you have Blacktown City’s best garden?

Posted by Terry Hansen on July 29th, 2020 in Outer Western Sydney News | No Comments
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Western Sydney’s gardens are looking better than ever right now, making it a great year to consider entering into the annual Blacktown City Garden Competition. Applications are currently open for the event, which has become one of the best-known gardening competitions in Sydney’s west. According to Blacktown City Mayor Tony Bleasdale OAM, the event is […]

How to go about refinancing your home loan

Posted by Terry Hansen on July 27th, 2020 in Property Tips | No Comments
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If you’re looking to save money on your monthly household bills then one of the easiest ways you might be able do this is to refinance your home loan. Interest rates are at record lows right now, meaning there’s possibly been no better time to lock in a better rate that could have you saving […]

Does COVID-19 present an opportunity for property buyers?

Posted by Terry Hansen on July 24th, 2020 in Real Estate News | No Comments
flipping property

2020 certainly hasn’t been the year anyone expected it to be, but living through a once in a lifetime event does present some unique opportunities for those hoping to jump onto the property bandwagon. While the Australian property market has been holding relatively strong considering the shaky economic climate, with Sydney property prices still higher […]

Australians are feeling more optimistic about the property market

Posted by Terry Hansen on July 22nd, 2020 in Real Estate News | No Comments
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Sentiment in the property market is steadily improving according to ME Bank’s latest Quarterly Property Sentiment Report, but what buyers are looking for is changing in a COVID-19 era. According to the report, positive sentiment rose to 35 per cent for the June quarter 2020, up six points from 29 per cent in the previous […]

Is HomeBuilder pushing up new home sales?

Posted by Terry Hansen on July 20th, 2020 in Real Estate News | No Comments
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The Australian property market continues to bounce forward amid the coronavirus pandemic, with new figures revealing there was a large increase in new home sales in June. Coming off the back of a record low result in May, the Housing Industry Association (HIA) found that there was a 77.6 per cent surge in new home […]

Western Sydney to become Australia’s global gateway for freight

Posted by Terry Hansen on July 17th, 2020 in Outer Western Sydney News | No Comments
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A new study has identified the need to build a global logistics hub next to the Western Sydney Airport that will ship Australian products to the rest of the world. The Integrated Logistics Hub Scoping Study, undertaken by Deloitte in partnership with Crimson & Co and Arcadis, has revealed that a state-of-the art logistics hub […]

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