🏡🔑 88 Sanctuary Drive #settlement Congratulations... Tony and Debbie on the purchase of your new property and; Jason Montgomery Constructions on the sale of another stunning build! Thank you to Phoenix Conveyancing and Stacks The Law Firm for another smooth transaction. 🤝 If you are thinking of selling or would like to know how much your property is worth, contact 𝐂𝐡𝐫𝐢𝐬 𝐑𝐢𝐠𝐧𝐞𝐲 📲 𝟎𝟒𝟖𝟖 𝟕𝟒𝟒 𝟔𝟑𝟗. #listwithchris ... See more
Panache Financial sharing secrets for first home buyers!
***Share this post*** In this guide I let people know what the banks often don’t want the public too know. How to speed up the process and save huge $. If you want a free guide follow the link below and tag someone who you think may want it too. firsthomebuyersguide.phonesites.com ... See more
Ever heard of brandjacking? Ever wondered why, when you search for a local service, a random company from a different area comes up in the first few search results? Ever wondered why conveyancing fees vary so much? Here in NSW, there is a national conveyancing firm that are investing heavily in the mainstream media advertising as well as social media online. They also have a geographic names Google AdWords campaign where they pay for the top-ranking search result(s) when a specific location combined with the word conveyancing are searched. This firm’s Appointment Terms and Conditions covers some 10 pages and is very specific about what they will and what they will not do. The fees and charges are also very specific as to what they cover, and reasonably anticipated items, or documents required by law, not mentioned in the T&C are incurred as additional fees to the advertised ‘fixed price’ conveyancing. Things such as a fee is payable if property exceeds $2m, a "zoning" certificate is not included, a fee is payable if the client makes use of the Trust account and “any personal face to face consultations must be booked in advance and is subject to our staff availability and is generally not included in the fixed fee quoted”. This firm appears to take a customer-remote, “hands off”, high volume factory approach to conveyancing. As conveyancing professionals, here at Phoenix Conveyancing we know that the unexpected always arises and have the knowledge and skills to solve any problem that may arise. Phoenix Conveyancing is local, offers face to face appointments, is available to you, and is focused on your property transaction. We will always choose quality, not quantity, when it comes to meeting the needs of our clients. Make sure you compare apples to apples, not oranges when choosing your conveyancer. ... See more
Still considering that move to the country? First home buyers looking for something affordable that's already been renovated? Check out this gorgeous semi detached cottage!
Semi detached home close to Goulburn CBD
Hump Day Humour! Happy Wednesday everyone!
Phoenix Conveyancing supports Share the Dignity. Curves Goulburn is the collection point in Goulburn, but for people elsewhere, there is a link in the below post that you can search for your local collection point. ... See more
Happy Monday everyone. Grab a cuppa and please have a read and share so your friends can too understand what it is that we are doing and WHY... Share the Dignity was set up just 4 years ago after reading an online article by Mamamia talking about how our homeless women did not have enough money to buy pads and Tampons when they got their period! Omg I had never thought about this. Sure, I had thought about how they don't have a home, how do they buy food? How do they take care of their kids... Sure I had considered all those things but never had I ever thought that they would be making pads from newspaper! Yep newspaper... could you imagine how uncomfortable and how undignified that would be? When I started to look into it more I will never forget the story of Ella a woman in Darwin who told me how she had worked in a petrol station and she can recall several instances where she simply had to turn the other cheek as a woman would walk in dripping blood from between her legs, steal a pack of pads of the shelf and head to the bathroom. After coming out of the bathroom her head down low and just leaving, this bought me to tears at the thought of just how would that woman feel and thank god for people like Ella that turned the other cheek. (Consequently, I have now heard this so many times it's not an uncommon event). So while we sit and think hey yes sure we can get people to donate pads and tampons for homeless women that should be no problem I will also then never forget the day Tanya called me to tell me the sadness of what is happening in our drought stricken farming community, I was crying myself a river to hear they are barely able to feed their families, pay electricity and that the mothers and daughters out there were using ripped up towels because sanitary items were just not as important as putting food on the table for their families. To me our Australian farming community are the backbone of Australia this was not ok and it was something we had to help with, surely, we can get enough pads and tampons to these women, right??? I hope by this stage you are enjoying your cuppa☕️ Then I hear that this is real and happening in Australia.... Young girls who are missing school in Australia because their family cannot afford pads or tampons for their daughters I was so upset for two reasons as a mother I couldn't imagine the guilt you would feel if you were not able to provide these essentials to your girls but also saddened that because of a natural bodily function of our girls they were missing out on an education one or two days a month because they came from a poverty stricken family... this is so wrong in any part of the world but in Australia the lucky country??? We had to provide enough pads and tampons to ensure not a day of school is missed by our girls, our future women. And then we have the national disgrace that is domestic violence. We are a nation mourning the loss of far too many lives of women that have been killed by their intimate partners, but these are the stories we hear about; for every death there are thousands more women living in this nightmare or trying to flee and when they flee and try to get help they are leaving with nothing, trying to get a safe and better start for themselves and their children most times leaving with nothing. So, imagine living in your car because our lucky country doesn't have enough crisis accommodation to ensure their safety! Imagine that first then imagine you get your period and you have $12 left and you have two children to feed... Are you really going to spend half of that on tampons? Probably not! Heading into a public toilet and making a makeshift pad from toilet paper is a very real scenario for these women. The stories I could tell you could go on and on but your cuppa would be empty and we all have stuff to do right! As we are already halfway through our APRIL collection I wanted every woman in Australia to know WHY we are doing this. It's not like we can give a woman a winter coat and it keeps her warm for years, this is a bloody monthly problem (pardon the pun) and we have so many women that need our help through your donations. So ensuring today that we get everywoman in Australia to think about just how that would feel and maybe just maybe you could help a sister out by picking up a pack of pads or tampons while you are out shopping and popping it into any one of our donation boxes would help us reach our target to ensure NO woman should have to be making makeshift pads from newspaper or rolled up toilet paper it's just not ok! To find your closest collection point head to www.sharethedignity.com.au/donate-pads-tampons/ or if you are never going to get there you can donate online the price of a good coffee and we will grab them for you. #sharethedignity #homelessperiod #dignitydrive ... See more
Thinking about a tree change and looking for that perfect block of land to build your dream home on? Check these ones out from LJ Hooker Goulburn
Sunset clauses and what they mean for purchasers, an interesting read, especially if you are thinking about buying off the plan of a house/unit or vacant land.
Buyers are often concerned when they see the Sunset Clause. But there's no reason to worry, as long as they do their research.
We are back on line!! A frustrating morning, and now a bit behind, but hard at work. Thanks for your patience. ... Phoenix Conveyancing has lost internet and phone services. We are working on getting back on line. Contact can still be made on mobile number 0409 826 000. Apologies for any inconvenience. ... See more