Why Gungahlin is a great place to buy an apartment

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By Natalie Seaman 7th June 2017 Gungahlin (in ACT’s north) is certainly an exciting place to be right now, with work on the light rail project now full steam ahead, plenty of tower cranes humming with activity on apartment developments, and of course the promise of a cinema complex which is due to start construction later… Read more »

Our best tips for buying a property “off the plan”

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By Natalie Seaman 21st April 2017 To buy a property “off the plan” means that you are purchasing a property that has not yet been built, or that is still under construction. So why would anyone buy a property that has not yet been built? Well to start with, purchasers who buy “off the plan”… Read more »

Frequently asked questions from our display suite

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By Natalie Seaman 30th March 2017   The people who buy homes from us here at POD Projects Group come from a wide variety of backgrounds, and are looking to purchase a property for many different reasons. First home buyers, investors, downsizers, upsizers, students, public servants, tradies… and the list goes on. One thing they… Read more »

Ten clever space saving ideas for your apartment

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By Natalie Seaman 23rd March 2017 So, you’ve jumped in and finally purchased that apartment you’ve been talking about. Congratulations! As settlement time draws closer it’s time to start thinking about how you are going to furnish it. Our modern, urban apartments may have a little less space to play with than our friends in… Read more »

Downsizing your home – it’s all about the lifestyle

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By Natalie Seaman 16th March 2017 There are many reasons for wanting to move to a smaller home. You might be an “empty nester” with the last of the kids having left home. The upkeep of a large home and garden might be taking up too much of your time and energy. Or are the… Read more »

How to profit from your investment property

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By Natalie Seaman 7th March 2017   Investment properties can either be negatively geared or positively geared. Let us compare the two investment strategies. Negative Gearing Simply put, if the money you are paying out on your investment property (eg mortgage, repairs, insurance, property management fees etc) is greater than the money coming in (eg… Read more »

Smart homes are coming – are you ready?

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By Natalie Seaman 23rd February 2017   If you are like me you have read the odd article about fancy, smart home technology and clever home automation systems, but where are we at in Australia as far as adapting these new technologies? At the moment in Australia we can purchase smart home technology to control… Read more »

All you need to know about the ACT First Home Owners Grant

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By Natalie Seaman 17th February 2017 Here in the ACT, the First Home Owners Grant was initially introduced as far back as July 2000 as an initiative by the ACT Government to help young home buyers buy their first home. It has undergone a few changes since then, and as of January 2017 the current… Read more »

December 2016 newsletter

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Buyers welcome stamp duty changes, new planning precinct for Canberra city, Gungahlin Town Centre to expand towards Franklin, Qatar airways to fly in and out of Canberra plus much more! Read our December newsletter right here.