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Why Choose Me To Sell Your Property?

Looking After You All The Way!
Making the right choice

Choosing an Agent to sell your property is a big decision,  you want someone who is totally dedicated to looking after your best interests all the way.   Please give me a call and  let's arrange a good time for a friendly chat about your dreams and objectives.

Selling Your Property 24/7
The power of dedicated VIRTUAL marketing

Unlike other Agents my time is 100% dedicated to my clients,  this means that you and every potential buyer of your property receives my real time response.  And that's a promise!

Selling Your Property Is All About Business!
Avoid losing thousands

Let's face facts, you want a Sales Professional in your corner who knows how to fight for the best result for you.   Selling your property is not the time for a learner or a computer geek, it is the time for an Agent who can take care of business for you.

Sell Your Property Fast And High
SWAP.  Selling With A PURPOSE

Two prime factors involved in selling your property are the price the market dictates and the maximum price the right buyer is prepared to pay.  You want an Agent who knows the difference from the start.  

Selling Your Property

Sell Fast. Sell High!

Selling your property is a big decision and one that demands serious consideration, especially when it comes to achieving the highest price possible and quickly too.  

Your best move is to click on the button below to find out more about having a Comparative Market Analysis, this is a free service provided to serious sellers and is far more thorough than a standard Free Market Appraisal.

You can request your CMA directly from this web site or call me at any time to chat about your plans.

7 Steps To A Great Sale!

Dedicated Sales Professionalism. High Performance Marketing.
Perfect Preparation. Proven Performance.

  • 1.  Choose A Professional Sales Agent .

    Choosing the right Agent is vital to your best interests and a decision that is based on business sense, because selling your property is all about business. You want an Agent who is totally dedicated to achieving the very best result for you and has the ability, determination and expertise to do so. While it's nice to like your Agent it is not paramount, all that is important is that your property sells for the highest price possible, within your time frame and without adding stress. There are lots of people in Real Estate but few who meet this criteria.

  • 2. CMA, Price & Marketing Plan.

    Your Professional Sales Agent will have presented you with an in-depth Comparative Market Analysis and together you will have agreed the selling price to be achieved. The next step will be to implement a Marketing Strategy to impact the maximum number of potential buyers. Keep in mind that "perception is reality" and counts all the way to the bank!

  • 3. Prepare For Success!

    Your Professional Sales Agent will provide you with expert guidance on how you can help prepare your property for sale. A great time to practice this is before the photographer arrives to take your marketing images. Even if you are on a tight budget you can make a difference that could be worth thousands. Whether a small Unit or Luxury Mansion your property should be presented to generate maximum appeal to every potential buyer.

  • 4. Check Out Your Web Listings.

    As soon as your Professional Sales Agent has let you know that your property is featured on the internet you should check out the photos and selling copy (descriptive text) to make certain that every fact, feature and benefit is presented. Give your feedback to the Agent and make positive suggestions if necessary.  If your marketing strategy includes local press advertising, letterbox drop flyers, video clips and Social Media your Agent will similarly advise and provide you with the opportunity to comment.

  • 5.  When Buyers Come Calling.

    The best thing for you to do is not to be at home when your property is scheduled to be visited by potential buyers, leave everything to your Professional Sales Agent. You will be informed about the number of visitors and reaction to your property after each Open Home, so keep a low profile. If you get any "back door" approaches you should advise them to contact your Agent rather than get involved, as people who do this are often only fishing for information.

  • 6. When The Offers Arrive.

    Your Professional Sales Agent knows only too well the difference between a "cheeky offer" and one from a serious buyer who really wants your property. However, as it is only right that you are advised when every offer is received you should discuss these with your Agent and review each on their merits. Keep in mind, you have appointed an Agent to negotiate on your behalf and to get the best possible price for you. When an acceptable offer to you has been negotiated then let "your Yes mean Yes" and instruct your Agent accordingly. Sure you can take some time to think things over, but when you have made your decision then set it in concrete so that your Agent can conclude business on your behalf.

  • 7. Concluding Contracts And Settlement

    Your Professional Sales Agent will make certain that all of the required inspections and approvals are actioned, assuming these are fine then the contract will be forwarded to your Legal Representatives for your signature. The buyer receives their copy of the same and both signs and approves the financial side of their purchase. Your Agent will provide you with a thorough analysis of the monies you receive from your sale. Success!

Move And Enjoy Life!

Selling Hints & Tips

To get the best possible price for your property, you'll need to make sure that your place looks good from the street as well as inside. Here are a few hints to help you make your home more appealing to potential buyers;

Indoors. Give each room a thorough cleaning and clear away any clutter. Consider having your carpets steam cleaned. Fix any loose or squeaky flooring. Check that all the doors and windows open easily and that all door handles are in good repair. Clean all windows to allow in maximum light. You'll need to repair any damaged tiling or wallpaper and you should think about painting any chipped walls.

Storage areas. Make sure these are tidy and well arranged to give the impression of more space. This is a good time to get rid of odds and ends.

Plumbing, air conditioning and fans. Make sure there are no dripping taps or pipes. Consider having airconditioners serviced before you put your property on the market. All ceiling fans need to be operational, clean and run quietly.

Plants. These can add a lot to the appeal of a house. If you haven't got any, think about buying some to brighten up your property.

Lights and light fittings. Check that all the lights are working and replace any blown globes. The fittings and switches need to be clean and in good condition too.

Carpets. If you have carpets, you should have them professionally cleaned to make them look their best.

Kitchen. The stove, refrigerator and sink all need to be at their sparkling best to make this room attractive. Clear the benches as much as possible to make it look larger.

Just before inspection. Put clean towels in the bathroom and clean tea towels in the kitchen. If your budget will stretch to it, buy new towels in a colour that complements your bathroom and put them out during inspections.

Air & Aroma. You could put a few drops of vanilla essence in a hot oven, brew some coffee or light an oil burner. Open all the curtains and blinds and switch on inside lights to make the house look light and airy. 

Pets. Restrain any pets, unfortunately not everyone is an animal lover.

Switch off the television. You might want to put some quiet background music on to create a positive atmosphere.

Fences. Make sure the fences are in good condition. Carry out repairs such as straightening loose posts and repairing holes.

Lawns. Make sure you keep your lawns neatly trimmed, including the edges. It also adds appeal if your lawns are green and weed free.

Paths, driveways and paved areas. Clean up any grease or oil marks. Remove all weeds from any cracks or joins. Keep these areas swept and tidy while your property is on the market.

Gardens. Keep your garden weed free and make sure your plants look healthy. Put down fresh mulch to make the gardens look well cared for, inhibit weed growth and reduce the amount of watering needed. If you've got bare patches, consider picking up some bright flowers. Trim back any climbing plants that may have got out of control.

Trees and shrubs. Trim back any branches that are dead or too 'leggy'. Remove any limbs that block sun to windows. This will help make your home more appealing inside.

Pools and ponds. Make sure your pool is clean and sparkling. Any fish ponds and birdbaths need to be clean and clear of weeds.

Patios and decks. To make these areas look their look best, make sure furniture is in good repair. The area should be clean and free from clutter. A few pot plants can add extra appeal.

The building exterior. Wash the walls, eaves and windows, or hire a professional to do it. If the paintwork is flaking don't decide to repaint without discussing it with your agent, it may not be worth the cost involved. Repair any broken windows and replace damaged flyscreens. 

The yard . Make sure there is no rubbish or junk left lying around. If you have compost heaps, make sure they are neat and not attracting vermin or bugs. Make sure your sprinkler system is in good working order.

Garage or car port. Remove as much clutter as possible to make these areas look larger. Check the garage door moves smoothly and any locks are in working condition.

Drains and guttering. Make sure your guttering and drains are clean and clear of leaves or any other blockages.

Free Market Appraisal. CMA

There's a big difference between a standard appraisal and a CMA!

Free Market Appraisal Or CMA?

Comparative Market Analysis. When the time comes to sell your property you must have the most accurate possible information at your fingertips, not just another "best guess" Appraisal that has been hurriedly cobbled together.

Integral to the professional preparation of the data about your house a CMA can directly contribute to you achieving the HIGHEST POSSIBLE SALE PRICE. 

A Comparative Market Analysis is an in-depth correlation of data and local information that will give you a competitive edge in today's property market. The transaction sales history of your property is researched and compared to the most recent sales both close to home and nearby. From this data an initial minimum to maximum selling price range is calculated.  

The facts, property statistics, recent market fluctuations, area demographics and the potential BUYER POOL are all analysed in depth in order to provide you, at no charge, with a thorough Comparative Market Analysis. If you are serious about selling your property a CMA is an absolute must.  

Yes! For serious property vendors who have made the decision to sell their property an extensive Comparative Market Analysis is provided Free

Simply click on button link below and a simple easy form will be displayed on screen. Complete the form and very soon you will be contacted to arrange a person to person meeting to review your CMA.   

Investing In Property

Your Future Wealth

Investing in property has many benefits, including capital growth. Property has been a popular route to wealth for many Australians for many years. Buying their own home is often the first investment many people make; purchasing another property may well be the second even before shares and other assets.

So when the time comes that you want to find a property suitable for investment I will be delighted to help.  Please keep in mind that you should seek legal and professional advice at all times, I will be only too pleased to chat about your objectives and help as much as I can.  

Investing Info Guide

The following information is provided to give you some helpful background information about planning and building your property investment portfolio. Please note you should seek legal and professional guidance at all times and that legislation and interpretation of this content may be subject to change.

Your first investment in property needn't be your home. Buying an apartment to rent out can be a good way to accumulate funds so you can buy your own place. Increasing numbers of young Australians are choosing this route, buying in one area while renting in a more expensive area or living at home for a while longer.

Capital Growth. Capital growth is the increase in the value of your property over time and is one of the main reasons people invest in residential real estate. Historically, Australian residential property has experienced strong capital growth the long-term average annual growth rate for property is about 9 per cent but periods of stagnation and even decline are also part of the picture. The nature of the property cycle means real estate should probably be thought of as an investment with a 10-year horizon. 

Your best chance of achieving capital growth is buying the right property, in the right place, and most importantly at the right price. Research current house prices. Keep an eye on sale and auction results in the papers, or buy reports on specific suburbs from researchers like Australian Property Monitors Home Price Guide. Talk to us about recent sales prices in your desired area.  

Rental Income And Yield. You should apply the same standards to a property investment as to any other investment, benchmarking the potential return against what you might achieve elsewhere. An important measure is a property's yield.

That can be calculated by dividing the annual rent it generates by the price you paid for the property and multiplying that by 100 to get a percentage figure. Lets say you bought a unit for $400,000 and rented it out for $350 a week (or $18,200 a year). That's a yield of 4.5 per cent. But lets say you bought a workers cottage in a mining town where prices are low but the rental income as good as in the big city. Pay $350,000 and rent the property out for $600 a week and you will achieve a yield of 9 per cent. 

Remember, yield falls as house prices rise (if rent does not rise commensurably). If landlords have to fight for tenants, they wont have much pricing power with regard to rent. However, if the rental market is tight, and tenants are competing for properties, they will be prepared to pay a bit more to get in the door. 


Negative Gearing. Gearing basically means borrowing to invest. Negative gearing is when the costs of investing are higher than the return you achieve. With an investment property, that's when the annual net rental income is less than the loan interest plus the deductible expenses associated with maintaining the property. 

When your negatively geared you can deduct the costs of owning your investment property from your overall income reducing your tax bill. High-income earners benefit the most, because they are in the top tax bracket. In addition, while you record a loss on the income from the property, in theory capital gains in the value of your property should make the investment worthwhile.

But don't over-commit to property just to get a tax deduction. Those tax benefits generally don't come until the end of the financial year and you have to make your mortgage payments in the meantime. That said, you can apply to have less tax deducted from your pay to take into account the impact on your overall income of expected losses on an investment property. 

Say you earn $45,000 a year, gross, in your day job but you can reliably estimate that you'll make a $15,000 loss on an investment property. You can apply to have your tax payments calculated on an income of $30,000 rather than $45,000 giving you more cash in hand now, rather than a refund at the end of the year. Get your sums wrong, though, and you will owe the tax man money at the end of the year.

See for information about pay-as-you-go (PAYG) withholding payments. Remember, too, that a capital gain which will be taxed is never assured. What is more, the benefits of negative gearing are smaller when interest rates and inflation are low and can be offset by charges such as the land tax levied.

Depreciation. The owners of investment properties can also claim depreciation of items such as stoves, refrigerators and furniture. That involves writing off the cost of the item over a set number of years the effective life of the asset. The ATO sets out what it considers to be appropriate periods. The cost of a cook top, for instance, is generally written off over 12 years you claim one-twelfth of its cost as an expense each year. 

There are two different types of depreciation an allowance for assets such as the cook top, and an allowance for capital works, such as the cost of construction. Its a good idea to talk to a quantity surveyor or other depreciation specialist right from the start, so you make full and correct use of the available depreciation allowances. The higher the depreciation bill, the higher the amount to offset against income when you're negative gearing.

Capital Gains Tax. Capital gains tax (CGT) is the tax charged on capital gains that arise from the disposal of an asset including investment property, but not your place of residence acquired after September 19, 1985. You're liable for CGT if your capital gains exceed your capital losses in an income year. (If you're smart, you'll time asset disposals so that if you really must take a capital loss it'll be at a time when it can offset a capital gain).

The capital gain on an investment property acquired on or after October 1, 1999, and held for at least a year, is taxed at only half the rate otherwise. This means a maximum rate of 24.25 per cent if you are in the highest tax bracket. The capital gain is the profit you've made over and above the cost base the purchase price plus capital expenses such as subsequent renovations. Make sure you keep good records of these sorts of expenses. Capital gains tax is a complex area, so it pays to get specific advice about how it applies in your individual circumstances. 

Making Your Investment Pay. If you hold your investment property for long enough, hopefully you'll reach the stage where losses start turning into gains. The rent you're charging should have risen over time, and you'll be steadily whittling away at the mortgage. Once your rental income exceeds your mortgage repayments you'll no longer be negatively geared, however. And no negative gearing means no tax advantages but that doesn't mean you should rush to sell.

Yes, you'll have to pay more tax because the income you're making is more than your losses but the fact is you're making money, which is why you invested in the first place. The temptation may be to take your profits and plough them into another property and that can be a perfectly reasonable strategy.

Seek professional and legal advice at all times!

Good buys aren't necessarily close to home. Having worked through the financial considerations, and bearing in mind that you are not actually going to live in the property, you should be able to make a fairly rational decision about where and what to buy. You'll want to benefit from as much capital growth as possible, so the first rule is to buy in a growth area. That might be a suburb located within 10 kilometres of the city centre, or a suburb with special attractions such as a beach or trendy cafe strip. Proximity to a hot suburb could mean your suburb will be next to rise in value. It could even be a regional town supporting a booming industry.

Narrow your search down even further by looking at a property's access to transport, shops and leisure facilities and its appeal to your market whether they're young professionals or blue-collar workers. Another decision is what to buy house or unit? old or new? Units usually are a much better proposition for landlords. They are easier to rent out and easier to maintain: there's no lawn to mow, and when things go wrong in the building the expense is shared with the other owners.

Properties with a view are always more desirable than those without, and tenants like facilities such as balconies, internal laundries, undercover parking and security. These sorts of facilities may not be available in an older property, which may have to compete with a new apartment building down the road with all the mod-cons. If the property you're interested in is already rented, ask about its history of tenancy. Have there been periods when it hasn't been occupied? If so, find out why. You don't want to inherit those problems. The bottom line: balance what you can afford to buy with the rent you'll be able to charge. There's no point buying a waterfront property if you cant find tenants happy to pay the sort of rent you'll need to make the exercise worthwhile.

Buying. Once you've found the right property, the actual mechanics of buying it will be the same as if you were buying a home to live in. There are few differences between borrowing for a home and borrowing for an investment property. Some lenders charge a higher interest rate for investment properties because they say their risk is higher, but shop around and you should be able to get a rate that's the same as for an owner-occupied property. 

One option of particular interest to investors is the interest-only loan, where you don't pay off any of the principal, just the interest. Such a loan can make it easier to estimate the true returns from a property. A tax advantage is that interest payments for investment properties are tax deductible, while payments off the principal are not. One strategy that is being touted is to take out an interest-only loan and divert the money you would have paid off the principal to your tax-efficient superannuation fund. Upon retirement, you use your super pays off the loan. Remember, though, that this money is locked up until at least age 55 and you wont have access to it if you strike a cash-flow problem.

The information on this page may well be subject to change, please seek legal and professional advice and do not base any financial decision based on information that has not been confirmed by a qualified professional.  

Buying Property

Buying Hints & Tips

Whether you are buying an investment property or a new home, there are some common challenges you need to be aware of to ensure your purchasing experience is stress and risk free. These few buying tips are designed to help you make buying your new home a pleasure.

Why Are You Buying? Think about why you are purchasing the property. If you intend living in the property does it really suit your needs? If you have young children or elderly people living with you, you might wish to avoid stairs and prefer a level block. Do you intend to install a pool in the future? Is the garden too big or too small? Will you need more bedrooms in future? Is it close to schools etc. 

Building Reports. Be sure to have reports for building inspection and pest inspection prior to committing to the purchase. 

Meet Your Neighbours. If you are buying a villa, apartment or town house you may be sharing a common wall with your neighbours. It would be advisable to check noise levels if possible. Try to meet your new neighbours. They may not share the same values as you. 

Do Your Research. By researching the real estate market in a particular area you will be much better informed on property values. Ask the SUPERVISING AGENT of this web site to provide you information about comparable properties which have sold in the area.

Check With Your Local Council. If a property has been renovated recently you might wish to check with the local council to ensure planning or building permits were approved. Deciding how much to offer can be difficult. You might wish to make your best offer up front or start with a lower offer and be prepared to negotiate up. However, purchasers who make higher offers might secure the property without giving you the opportunity to increase yours.

Buying At Auction. If buying at auction you should have; 

        1. Decided on a definite upper limit within your means

        2. Conducted inspections

        3. Had legal documents checked by your solicitor

        4. Organised a cheque for the deposit 

        5. The finance pre-approved

When bidding, bid with confidence and authority

Selling For The Very Best Every Time!

About Alison.  Profile

Alison is a happy, friendly and honest person who prides herself on doing the job thoroughly and to the very best of her ability. Alison is consistently recommended as a sales agent by friends and acquaintances and past clients, as anyone who knows her can instantly see her enthusiasm for selling a property with the best possible outcome. She is a very driven person and has a passion for sales and ensures that her time and effort is focused on one objective - to find you the best buyer!

Alison has been in the real estate industry for approximately 10 years, and she began as a property manager doing sales in her free time. She soon decided that she loved the sales side of property as she finds it so rewarding to achieve the sellers’ goal in negotiating a good price for their property, and to see the purchasers’ happiness in securing their new home.

Alison delivers a high level of client service and her exemplary communication skills ensure that it is a smooth, uncomplicated and hassle free transaction for both buyers and sellers. She works with the seller to establish the best plan of action to achieve the highest possible price for your home, and she is constantly keeping both sellers and purchasers informed and involved every step of the way.

Alison regularly attends real estate training to ensure that she is always up to date with real estate regulations, and she is pedantic about having good knowledge of the area in which she is selling.

Alison has a lot of involvement in the local community and is well known in her local area as a defender and preserver of amenity and protector of the local area.
It can be seen from the reviews that Alison has received from her past clients that her dedication to the job is acknowledged and appreciated, and she is regularly referred to anyone who is considering selling their home.

About Sell Lease Property

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You'll be sold on us!

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At Sell Lease Property, every one of our Sales Associates is appointed on the principle they are not restricted by mundane office routines, each is a Sales Professional first and foremost.  Our advanced hi-tech systems take care of time consuming day to day factors.   This revolution in the Real Estate industry is known as Virtual Marketing and we believe we do it best.

Your chosen SLP Sales Professional has the freedom to dedicate 100% of their expert time to their clients, resulting in higher performance, superior comminication and a level of service that you want and deserve.  

Smarter. Faster. Better.  The Right People To Sell Your Property

Sell Lease Property is one of the fastest growing Real Estate VIRTUAL MARKETING specialists in Australia. Unlike traditional Agencies our system ensures that you are given the total commitment and expertise of your chosen SLP Professional Sales Agent. In the same way as the sales force of major national and international corporations use hi-tech systems to replace old fashioned ball and chain management methods, your SLP Agent is totally dedicated to looking after your best interests. Please click below to know more about us;

Throughout 2011, we committed ourselves to developing and establishing an innovative, best practice real estate agency with all our systems and processes focused on achieving the results you desire when selling your property. Our company has established extensive legal, financial and strategic advice to ensure the sustainability of our brand.

Our unique business model provides you with options and choices when it comes to selling your property with a strong focus on achieving your desired results. Every property is different so there are many different ways to get your best result. We can make sure that your journey is the best for you and your needs.

Sell Lease Property’s objective is to ensure that you, our customer, are completely satisfied with the service you receive and results we are able achieve for you. The decision you make to engage a Sell Lease Property consultant will be consistent with your objective of selling your property for the highest possible price in the shortest possible time.

Sell lease Property encourages and supports specialist property consultants in every suburb close to you without the need for localised offices. This unique approach avoids the inefficiencies that are traditionally associated with existing real estate models.

Instead, we have strategically located our businesses in the center of capital cities, with property consultant support centers accross the metro area, to ensure that our specialist property consultants are efficiently and effectively supported from one central location. This allows our consultants to focus on being experts in your suburb. Having specialist property consultants in a broad range of suburb locations, exposes your property to a vast network of buyers.

We firmly believe, fully understand and appreciate that achieving your desired result depends completely upon the performance of our specialist property consultants. Each of our property consultants have unprecedented and specialised support, which includes a personal assistant, property marketing manager and a management team of experienced real estate professionals and business entrepreneurs. This ensures that 100% of their time and effort is focused entirely on your one objective; finding the best buyer!

Moving House

Moving Hints, Tips & Schedule

Moving can be a very strenuous time, in fact it is considered the second most stressful moment in life. To help you ease thorough this time please read our helpful check list to ensure everything runs smoothly. Happy moving!

1. Set a firm date for your move 

2. You may want to hire a relocation consultant (particularly if you are moving here from interstate or overseas)  

3. Organise a reputable removal company - ask friends or relatives for recommendations 

4. If you need storage, arrange it now 

5. Organise transit and/or storage insurance for your belongings 

6. Organise your travel for moving day - if you’re moving a distance, you may need to book a hotel or accommodation 

7. If necessary, book time off work 

8. Collect moving materials such as boxes, packing tape, rope, newspapers (for wrapping) and marking pens 

9. Keep a list of incoming mail and start notifying businesses and suppliers of your change of address 

1. Start packing non essential items and clothing - list the items packed on the outside of the box

2. Contact your utility companies and communication providers (eg Telstra, Optus and Vodafone.) 

3. Arrange for disconnection and reconnection of telephone, internet and pay tv services at your new address. 

4. Ask someone to look after the kids on moving day 

5. Update insurance policies 

6. Make a list of the items you want the removal company to move and any items you’ll be moving yourself

7. If you have pets, organise care for them during moving day and make necessary pet transport arrangements. 

8. Start cleaning your home 

9. Arrange redirection of mail with Australia Post. You can do this online. 

10. Dispose of any hazardous waste in the correct manner. Empty your freezer and pantry by eating all the food! 

1. Arrange for bills to be paid

2. Cancel services such as mowing service, newspapers and other home delivery services 

3. Confirm arrangements with utility companies

4. Put important documents such as passports, drivers licences in a safe place.

5. Finish packing - make sure all boxes are correctly labelled with contents and rooms

6. Return library books and DVDs and pick up any dry cleaning

7. If packing all your stuff has left you with piles of rubbish, take it to the nearest tip.

8. Pack up your computer (if you can do without it for that long!). Keep all cords and accessories together. 

1. Make sure the house is clean. At this busy time it might be worth hiring a cleaner to finish for you

2. Strip the beds and keep the linen in a separate box that travels with you so you can use them on the first night

3. Disconnect remaining appliances

4. Do one final check of your house as the removal company are loading your boxes

5. Have final payment ready for your removal company

6. Read the removal company document thoroughly before signing and save it for future reference

7. Stay home until the last item is packed and make an inspection of the van to check all your goods are loaded

8. Close and lock all the doors and windows

9. Make sure you have the keys to your new home with you

10. Carry valuables, personal items and important papers with you so they don’t get lost

11. Pack a kit for the first hours in your new home - include tea / coffee, kettle, mugs, teaspoons, water bottle, etc.

1. Check all items during unloading and unpacking - look for any damaged or missing items

2. Check the utilities have been switched on - if not, contact the suppliers or alternatively contact Connect Now.

3. Start with essentials such as making the beds and cleaning the kitchen for use.

4. Keep pets away until you are moved in

5. Find out which day is your garbage and recycling collection day is by contacting the city council

6. Find you local parks, shops, sports centres and swimming pools.

7. Get your pets familiarised to the new area as quickly as possible so they don’t try to find their old place.

8. Take a few different routes to go places from your new home - you’re sure to find some handy short cuts

9. If renting, tell the agency about any appliances that aren’t working or defects and check what you are allowed to do.

10. Don’t forget to get an updated driver’s licence or change your car registration. 

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