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Fridge Buy Back

Fridge Buyback is an award-winning residential energy savings program that actually pays you to help save the environment and reduce your power bills by giving up your old second fridge or upright freezer.

  • Fridge Buyback provides residents with a free collection by professional removalists and a $15 rebate* providing the removal does not involve stairs with more than 6 steps.
  • Removal is free if there are between 7 and 20 steps, but no rebate is available.
  • A fee only applies if the property has more than 20 steps.

 

http://www.fridgebuyback.com.au/

 

Underquoting reforms

New underquoting laws apply to the sale of NSW residential property from 1 January 2016.

The underquoting reforms are designed to stop real estate agents understating property prices.

An agent is committing an underquoting offence if they state or publish a price for a property that is less than their reasonable estimate of the property’s likely selling price contained in the agency agreement with the seller. This practice of underquoting can cause interested buyers to waste time and money on inspecting properties, getting reports and attending auctions based on misleading estimates of the selling price. 

The reforms that were made to the Property Stock and Business Agents Act 2002 provide clarity for buyers, sellers and agents.

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Multi Lingual New Tenancies Act in 10 Languages

The Changes to tenancy laws – what you need to know audio resource is an overview of the Residential Tenancies Act 2010.

The Residential Tenancies Act 2010 was passed by Parliament in June 2010. The Act is not yet law. It will not come into effect until the necessary supporting regulations have been made. Until this happens the existing laws continue to apply.

The audio contains information about how the new tenancy laws will affect tenants at the beginning, during and ending of a tenancy. It is designed to help migrants, especially refugees and emerging language groups in NSW understand their rights and responsibilities as tenants under the new tenancy laws.

The audio is available in the following key and emerging languages: Arabic, Burmese, Dari, Dinka, Kirundi, Korean, Mandarin, Somali, Swahili and Tetum.

http://www.fairtrading.nsw.gov.au/About_us/Video_and_audio/Changes_to_tenancy_laws.html

NSW Community Search

Find a neighborhood based on geographic location and receive valuable information such as age demographics data and more.

http://www.communityguide.com.au/community.cfm?/newsouthwales

NSW School Search

Search for a school(s) in and around a community and receive valuable information such as average class size, spending per pupil, instructional computers and much more.

http://www.schools.nsw.edu.au/schoolfind/locator/index.php

Tourism Liverpool

The City of Liverpool is situated 50km from the CBD of Sydney and is the south Western Gateway to Sydney. The two Motorways, M5 and M7 begin in Liverpool making Liverpool only 20 minutes from Sydney Airport and 30 minutes from the Sydney CBD and the Harbour Bridge. Major developments with Liverpool Hospital, The Casula Powerhouse Museum, major developments in Commerce & Industry combined with affordable housing makes Liverpool a preferred City to live, work and play.

With the development of Liverpool, comes development of infrastructure not only in the Liverpool LGA but in the surrounding areas. Sporting facilities and major sporting events are being held in Liverpool & surrounding environs now. Liverpool, being an emerging City provides all the services of any large City.

http://www.tourismliverpool.com.au