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  • March 2018 Newsletter

    “Are we a little too focused on clearance rates? The media pumps out the percentage of the week like it’s the be-all measure of the strength of the market”. Click here to view full March Newsletter

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  • February 2018 Newsletter

    “It is what it is” – Seinfeld has a whole routine around how meaningless that line is. Click here to view full February Newsletter

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  • January Newsletter 2018

    Happy New Year! We hope you enjoyed a lovely break over the holidays – welcome to 2018. The new year has brought new energy. Click here to view full January Newsletter

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  • Summer Table Styling

    If the table sets the scene to a great event, then the table setting is critical in creating the right vibe at a dinner party or casual get together. Table styling trends come and go, but the key to any good table is making your guests feel relaxed. Start with a … Read more

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  • December Newsletter 2017

    “This is the final edition of ‘Making Sense’ for 2017 – ‘The Year That Was’ – thank you for your interest and feedback along the way.” Click here to view full December Newsletter

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  • Pool party

    In summer, you only have to venture into a packed public pool or try to find a vacant inch of sand at the beach to understand why private pool ownership in Australia is growing. Currently, 12% of households have a pool, with Sydney having the third highest proportion behind Perth and regional … Read more

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  • November Newsletter 2017

    Last month we talked about a shortage of property, an abundance of buyers and a 100% clearance rate… Just 4 weeks later the story feels just a little different… Click here to view full November Newsletter

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  • Bringing the outside in

    The appetite for indoor plants has exploded in recent years. There are entire Instagram accounts dedicated to styling indoor plants, a proliferation small businesses offering plant delivery services and even a plant species apps which immediately differentiates a monsteria from a ficus lyrata. It seems every home-maker worth their weight … Read more

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