I want to introduce you to Aimee Stanton who is 25 yrs of age, a qualified plumber, presenter and speaker and has a property under her belt in a market where currently Melbourne’s median house price is $800,000 +. (2019)
Aimee speaks to students at secondary schools, to raise awareness on the positive paths available to them, the limitless opportunities and speaks about how; changing her mindset has opened doors for her.
If you follow Aimee on social media @aimee.adventures you’ll see her straight forward videos and posts and I can guarantee she’ll put a smile on your face with her down to earth approach and humour. With a positive attitude about life in general and forward thinking ideas, advice on getting ahead in life, Aimee is one to watch thrive in leaps and bounds with such a fun approach to life.
Aimee has built a Tiny House with her brother and is currently building another one.
There is a lot to know about Tiny Houses and the...
I’m not just about following all the latest trends, but I’ve got to say I definitely get inspired by some of the new styles which are showcased in the shop window or on Pinterest’s trending pics.
From uber stylish interiors, glossy magazine spreads and also Instagram, I love getting inspired by new ideas which hit me with such an exciting impact. I then hunt and source the items which I think will work beautifully and incorporate (my interpretation) into my space, always with my personal stamp on it.
Which creative being doesn’t enjoy being inspired? Inspiration creates new ideas. And new ideas always stir up passion.
This is my take on interior style trends to look out for and to contemplate in 2019.
Remember, there are no certain rules. This is to inspire you and go wild.
Think natural fibres such as linen, wicker, rattan, and sisal (which I saw a lot of in 2018). I honestly don’t see these materials or this look...
By Sean Callery October 11, 2018
As anyone who’s ever made pancakes will tell you, executing the perfect flip isn’t always easy. There’s pride and breakfast at stake. But what about house flipping, where there’s potentially a lot more on the line?
Can it be profitable in today’s market? How difficult is it? And is it worth the effort?
House flipping is an investment approach that typically involves buying undervalued properties, renovating them and then selling them on at a profit. The aim is often – theoretically at least – to complete this process quickly and to spend as little as possible on the renovation in order to maximise profit before moving on to the next ‘flip’.
When you consider the investment of finances, time and emotion that can be involved, house flipping may not be for everyone. But for some ambitious Australian investors and renovators, the challenge and potential profit are significant...
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