If you’re currently in the market to buy a new home or an investment property off plan, no doubt you’ve heard of Campbell5.
There has certainly been a lot of hype surrounding the project. With the recent market release of Greenwich and Saint-Germain, the first two new residential developments in the area, Campbell5 is getting more attention than ever.
If you’re looking for an easy way to revitalise your home, a fresh coat of paint can have an amazing effect. By choosing the right colours you can transform tired, dated rooms into sophisticated living spaces.
Of course, choosing the right colours isn’t always easy. It can take some thought and planning to get right, especially if you want to add to the resale value of your property. To do that, you not only have to choose colours that you like, but that other people will like too.
Okay… I am going to bite.
Despite a narrow band of economists whipping up hysteria in the interests of “social responsibility” or “economic progressiveness”, negative gearing is not the enemy of the rational investor, Australian tenant, the economy, or first home buyers.
Why buy into a conversation that neither of our major political parties believes requires any significant changes? Simply because having listened to Richard Denniss, the Executive Director of the Australia Institute, interviewed recently on Canberra radio about Matt Grudnoff’s recent Policy Brief entitled “Top Gears”, I was stunned to hear a viewpoint that appears to be driven more by idealism and social engineering than serious economic theory.
In recent years, Australia has seen a marked increase in the number of personal injury claims made by tenants against their landlords. It is actually one of the fastest growing types of claims in the country.
No one wants to be sued. Just as no one wants their tenants to be injured. That is why it is so important that you make sure your investment property is a safe environment for people to live in.