I thought of combining 3 ideas: The assistance you are offering, (assist or aid) the financial solution you’re offering, (mazuma is more fun to play with than ‘money’) and the greatest possible quality/quantity you are offering (maximum/maxima).
They can be weaved together a bit to form one word:
Or if you find this too much of…[Read more]
Hi, Milly [biggrin]
The young singles I can think of will probably all be very attracted to:
[computer] [computer] [computer]
internet internet internet
Does anyone have experience with making internet available to every bedroom in the house- e.g. a reliable network?
OH Njivs, thanks for bringing up this topic now- before it gets too close to the 1st of July! [blush2]
It’s a good reminder to do something about my ever-growing piles of papers around the house (and the few that have fallen behind the desk) that are waiting to be *neatly* filed [buz2]
Derek makes it sound so easy- just a matter of getting…[Read more]
Celivia replied to the topic Just purchased a property and need advise please!! in the forum Help Needed! 14 years, 5 months ago
Originally posted by leebee1:
[grad] … hi everyone,
I finally purchased my first property!! YAY! [biggrin]
Does anyone here know someone that could install a flat pack and is maybe capable of plumbing or even an electrician or joiner? Maybe a handyman? Must be in Albury or willing to tavel there. We settle in 30 days but wont do this work…[Read more]
Yes I also think that adding a drive way is a positive thing. It gives a better street appearance, and will also make it more attractive to tenants.
It can be a real bummer to be stuck in the mud on rainy days.
Overall I love reading, but I read books in spurts.
Sometimes I really get into reading and become a quiet bookworm; at other times I appear to suffer from bibliophobia.
I get quite annoyed with myself as a reader because I have a pile of books in my book case that I have half-finished reading as well as some wanna-read books.
I often get a bit…[Read more]
Hi Joe, if you can work out how the search works on this site, (I haven’t been able to work out how to seach for posts since the outlay change[blush2]) do a search on Nancy Wescombe because I am sure she was discussed some time ago.
Nothing on the news in the US that we saw. I wonder if they have even heard of us sometimes.
I have been reading the online newspapers from Holland, but apparently they are very much informed and aware of what is going on in Australia. I figure in many European countries this issue has been discussed.
On one of the Dutch forums, there was a…[Read more]
Yes I agree that the size of the font is a bit too small and too light.
When you post a new reply, the smilie list on the left shrinks, so it is harder to quickly choose a smilie. [confused2]
Also, the grey borders on the sides are a waste of space and could be used more wisely!
For the rest, it looks good and is still an easy site to…[Read more]
WHen we built an extension we had a few different quotes for vinyl cladding- vaying between $3000 and $8000 for the exact same material. You always need to get a few different quotes. For the exact same materials there was a big difference in the quotes.
We chose the cheapest and were very happy with the material (fully isolated), the company and…[Read more]
mcubed, I came across an article you might be interested in reading. Here’s the link:
How much is the net return?
I have been doing some research lately on low-care retirement units, because I saw benefits of these investments (before I did adequate research).
While the purchase prices are reasonable and there are high occupancy rates (close to 100% in most villages with a waiting list), and these units are fully managed so no…[Read more]
Originally posted by nickelben:
Come across starta title self storage unit gross yield 9% plus GST. Owner pay corp fee, rate & taxes for investment. Unit still under construction but near completion, seller will arrange to secure 5 + 5 years lease with CPI increase yearly. Sound good, but unable to get the net yield figure, seller told me may be 8%…[Read more]
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