Local insights and home selling advice
Enjoy the Great North Walk this autumn
As the beautiful autumn days get cooler, it’s a great time of year to go for a bush walk. The benefits of walking in nature are well-known, and it’s a great opportunity to remember what makes living here so special.
Just ask: Top 8 questions when selling a home
Selling a home is something that the average person only does a couple of times in their life; for a real estate agent, it’s second nature. We know the property market inside out, and should be seen as expert advisers for sellers who need guidance on their home selling journey.
Local activities for children in the Northern Districts
The cooler weather is a great time to get your kids moving or trying something new. And Thornleigh and the Northern Districts have some wonderful options to choose from.
Why everyone wants to move to Thornleigh
The tightly held suburb of Thornleigh was once called Pleasantville and the name still rings true today. With its excellent schools, generous blocks and community-minded locals, it’s a wonderful place to raise a family, and ideal for retirees and downsizers, too.
What’s the difference between a property appraisal and valuation?
If you’re thinking of selling your home, you’ll want some idea of its value. This will allow you to plan ahead and ensure all your numbers add up before you expend time and energy on a sale.
Thinking about moving into a retirement village? Here’s my handy guide
As an agent who often talks to clients thinking about retirement village options, either for themselves or a family member, I welcomed the new regulations around retirement villages released by the NSW Department of Fair Trade last year, as well as their easy-to read guide to choosing a retirement village.
Selling your Thornleigh home in a quieter market
Yes, there are ways to make a quieter Sydney property market work for you.
Thornleigh: Getting to know the neighbourhood
When it comes to helping someone sell their property, I’m not just selling a house ‒ I’m selling an area and a lifestyle. And luckily for me, I always get to show people around my neighbourhood. It’s a place I love and am passionate about, a place in which I’ve lived for 17 years.