Why You Should Invest Now in Cessnock

Cessnock is Very Cheap and Good Rent Returns

Investing in Cessnock Hunter Valley Wine Region is cheap with good rent return
There’s a lot more in Hunter Valley Wine Region and Cessnock than just wine

This March, the U.S. Federal Reserve raised the country’s cash rate a quarter of a percent, to 1.75 percent. It’s the first time in 18 years, the U.S. has raised the cash rate higher than Australia’s, which remains unchanged at a record low 1.5 percent.

If you’re still looking to invest in real estate Cessnock might be a good low risk, high return strategy

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Secret Glendale (Newcastle) House Demolished by NSW Government without a Trace

NSW Government has a Private Public Register

The NSW Government will demolish a house in the Lake Macquarie area of Glendale, after it was found to contain loose-fill asbestos insulation (LFAI), an especially noxious form of asbestos that requires the premises to be demolished and the land remediated to eradicate the hazard. Continue reading “Secret Glendale (Newcastle) House Demolished by NSW Government without a Trace”

Offer and Acceptance

Private Treaty vs Auction

There are two common ways to buy property: by private treaty or at auction. Both involve making an offer of sorts to the vendor, which is ultimately accepted or declined. This post is going to assume you’ve made an offer for a property, either at auction where it’s been the winning bid or on a private treaty sale and it’s been accepted. Now what? Continue reading “Offer and Acceptance”