I run a referral marketing and direct sales business, and I help people set up their own home-based businesses following the same model. Always happy to work with people who aren't afraid to put in some work to develop a substantial additional income. If you'd like to discuss this with me, send me a private message with your contact details and…[Read more]
Leila replied to the topic Universal Events – Fast and lasting success with NLP in the forum Heads Up! 13 years, 9 months ago
Kylie,That's a brilliant post. I agree 100%.Leila
Leila replied to the topic Universal Events – Fast and lasting success with NLP in the forum Heads Up! 13 years, 10 months ago
I've been to Chris Howard's Breakthrough to Success and got a lot out of it. Definitely go and see for yourself and make up your own mind.Also went on to do Chris Howard's Billionaire Bootcamp which I had HUGE learnings from, along with a very positive impact in my finances. The results have been tangible for me, however, I do believe that you ne…[Read more]
Hi All,A general note on Maribyrnong (not Edgewater). Be cautious when purchasing in close proximity to the Maribyrnong River as much of the adjoining area is flood prone – can usually tell these spots by low house prices and not much redevelopment. Can find out where the flood plain is by looking at the Land Subject to Inundation Overlay either…[Read more]
Hi there,I have had really good experiences with kitchen flat packs from Plyboard Distributors in Dandenong VIC. Not as cheap as Bunnings/Ikea, but the parts are always there, easy to assemble and very durable. One kitchen still looking new after 6 years. Also used Box and Bench (now Kitchen Box, I believe). Good quality, easy to assemble, good…[Read more]
Most govt depts I have dealt with have a written policy and/or process for handling of land sales. Ask the dept you are dealing with for a copy of this. In my experience they are happy to oblige. There may also be governing legislation that you should familiarise yourself with.
First thing you need to establish is why they own the…[Read more]
Thanks for the advice guys. Much appreciated.
Will most likely attempt to do dressing myself with some existing furniture (will have to put lots in storage). If it’s not working out well, I’ll be chasing down an interior decorator/designer.
Wow, what a discussion! And, of course I couldn’t resist joining in with such an articulate group [specool]
When I first read this thread, Simon had just posted his first response. I took his remarks to be a little tounge-in-cheek and highlighting a valid question about gender exclusiveness. I’ve always believed that no matter what field you’re…[Read more]
Had a feeling you might say that. Guess I’ll be putting in the hard labour! Might get a scaffold to make it easier with the high ceilings.
I love the rosets and definitely wouldn’t get rid of them, just really wish previous owner of house hadn’t painted them green. But, then again, it’s probably one of the reasons we got it for such…[Read more]
My house has really elaborate (large!!) ceiling roses that take up about half the ceiling, and wide decorative cornices. Any tips on the quickest and easiest way to paint these and get a good finish?
Make sure you also check out the Special Building Overlay (SBO) in the local planning scheme. If there is a MW stormwater drain running through the property there may also be an associated 1 in 100 year overland flow path (shown in the SBO) affecting areas of the property outside the easement. If this is the case, there may be further…[Read more]
My husband and I set up our trust a couple of years ago and did a lot of research beforehand, but still had questions.
We made the decision to go to our lawyers and speak to a specialist in setting up trusts to ensure that the set-up we chose could meet our long-term investment requirements. All up I believe we paid about $1800 for the…[Read more]
Thanks to everyone who responded. Have now got someone on the job and a list of great contacts for the future.
Once again, a great response from forum members. What a great crowd you all are!
Is is a water, sewerage or drainage easement? I assume there is a pipe in the ground? If there is a pipe in the ground, in some instances they can be relocated (at the developer’s cost). Definitely seek further advice on this from someone experienced in these matters, as suggested by others on this thread. Unless of course you’ve already done…[Read more]
It may be worth consulting with a hydraulic engineer to discuss whether the flooding issue can be overcome. In Melb, a good resource to consult (and there is likely to be a NSW equivalent)is the Melbourne Water Guidelines for Development in Flood Prone Areas. See http://www.melbournewater.com.au (under Online Services, Land Development).
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