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Buying and Selling Commercial Real Estate: Tips for Beginners


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Buying and Selling Commercial Real Estate: Tips for Beginners

Hi, my name is Maxine, and over the years, I have loved watching the property values in Australia rise. Through that time, I personally have bought and sold a number of properties and started to build up a savings account due to the money I have earned. In addition to earning money, I have learned a lot about real estate. I have picked up tips on everything from spotting a "diamond in the rough" to knowing when to be flexible on sales prices. If you want to learn about buying and selling commercial real estate, this blog is perfect for you. Please, take a look at these posts and enjoy reading!

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Keep Your Home Office Open & Running Through Your Move With These 5 Essential Tips

Moving to a new home can be stressful as well as exciting, but if you have a home office that also needs to be packed up and moved, you have even more to worry about than the average person in the midst of a move. Luckily, there are ways to streamline the process of moving your home office without losing any productivity. If you want to keep your home office running throughout the removals process, take a look at these essential tips: Read More 

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