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房地产


Before you buy

Lucy Dong

Ready to take the big plunge? Make sure you've checked off all the common risks, and gotten your finance ready first. We have a simple practical guide for you here.

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Before you sell (Coming soon)

Lucy Dong

Getting ready to sell your property? Here's a simple guide to the practical things you should consider, to maximise the value of your property and minimise the potential headaches during the sale process.

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The conveyancing process (Coming soon)

Lucy Dong

So you've signed the big contract. Let us walk you through what happens between now and settlement.

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The property development process (Coming soon)

Lucy Dong

If you're considering developing your property, or just want to make a change to your home, we have just the crash course for you on the steps and costs involved.

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税务


Family trusts

Lucy Dong

Flexibility, flexibility and flexibility. Trusts are a smart way to manage your family's assets and investments. Minimise the overall tax payable by distributing the income and capital gains from the tax as you wish ever year. Also estate planning and asset protection benefits.

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Stamp duty exemptions (Coming soon)

Lucy Dong

You can potentially save thousands on stamp duty if you qualify for a number of exemptions. First home buyers, concession card holders, family trustees and landholding companies are all potentially eligible.

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Stamp Duty Frequently Asked Questions (Coming soon)

Lucy Dong

How do I qualify for the first home owner exemption? Is duty payable on my commercial lease? What duties are payable if there is a change in trustee for my family trust?

These questions and more, answered by our resident stamp duty expert Lucy Dong.

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竞争和消费者


Know your consumer rights

Kai Fu, 19 January 2015

Don't take no for an answer. If you've bought a lemon, you're entitled under the law to get a replacement, refund or repair. If a retailer isn't honouring its obligations, several regulators and ombudsmen can help.

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