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Airbnb Owners Be Warned as Tax Office Enforces a Massive Crackdown

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has put Australian Airbnb hosts on notice, warning the popular platform was now part of a wider tax evasion crackdown. Airbnb is is an online marketplace for arranging or offering lodging, primarily homestays, or tourism experiences. The company does not own any of the real estate listings, nor does it

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The Berlin Apartment That Brings You Closer to the Past

According to Gisbert Poppler, having people over to his home means inviting them to explore the ghosts of Berlin’s past. Gathered around the dining table in the Mitte district of Berlin, are three velvet chairs that were salvaged from the Honecker lounge. The lounge was located at the State Council Building in Germany and have

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Travelling in Style with £1.5 million Luxury Apartment on Wheels

A family of 8 in Australia plans to travel around the country in opulence and style with their new luxury apartment on wheels. The campervan, costing around $2 million in total is a two-story living space, which comes with two bedrooms, all equipped with televisions, as well as a bathroom, kitchen-dining areas, and a seating

Inside Liv Tyler’s Dreamy West Village Townhouse

Liv Tyler is synonymous with West Village living, like the Corner Bistro or Bleecker Street. The star, a resident for the past 20 years of one of Manhattan’s most charming neighborhoods, has been captured several times on the local streets — walking her dog, pushing a stroller, or frequenting her favourite corner store. “I just

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The Need for Child-Friendly Design in High-Rise Apartments

More and more parents are raising children in high-rise housing in inner-city areas. In spite of this, much of the high-rise housing stock in Australia have been developed without truly considering its younger inhabitants. A 2018 study published in Cities & Health discovered that while parents appreciated that apartments offered affordable housing close to employment,

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How People in Melbourne Can Find Better Work-Life Balance

As the property market in Melbourne continues to move in a more positive direction, a new kind of buyer has begun to emerge. The booming population is pushing family homes away from the CBD, which means that more people are looking for opportunities to get closer to work. These work-home buyers are purchasing secondary properties

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How Far Would You Travel to Work?

Does a 6 hour commute sound like something you would reasonably do to get to work? Some people believe that there’s never a distance that’s too far to travel to get to the right job. That seems to be the case for some of the respondents of a recent piece of research, which found that

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Discover the Luxury of England’s Top-of-the-Line Prime Apartment

Discover the Luxury of England’s Top-of-the-Line Prime Apartment Welcome to the world of high-end lettings in Mayfair, where the world’s super-rich headhunt London’s most lavish properties. One such connoisseur paid a £45,000 deposit for his 12-month rent and was only content with a home in Clarges, hence him acting so fast as soon as it

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Melbourne Apartments Come to Life with Vitraart Artwork

Fairview, a leading facade cladding manufacturer, released a new bespoke graphic cladding solution bringing artwork to life as large scale décor print concepts for architectural projects. Called VitraArt, this new concept offers a diverse range of formats and options that allows buildings to create a unique identity through innovative designs. The recently built George Windsor

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Creating ‘One-Of-A-Kind’ Masterpiece Apartments

With Melbourne’s property market’s appetite for apartments growing year on year, designers have quickly realised they need to match their apartment offerings to buyers needs. From the joinery to the paint colours – made to match a buyer’s style preferences and suit their lifestyle needs is much more likely to sell than a one-size-fits-all approach.

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Sustainable Apartments Are on Their Way to Brunswick, Melbourne

Architectural firm, Six Degrees has designed 21 apartments for Melbourne’s. Sydney Road that bring sustainable living to the forefront of apartment living. The apartments will join a ­­series of similar medium-density, sustainability-focused apartments completed for Melbourne’s inner-north suburb, including a number developed under the Nightingale model. Six Degrees’ Two Eleven Sydney Road project will sit

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Elizabeth Anderson, Director Hal Architects Says Liveability Increases with House Sized Apartments

Director of HAL Architects, Elizabeth Anderson says Maasra Apartments Is just one example of how apartment developers are now responding to a changing residential requirements, meeting demands for much larger living spaces. With development expected to start soon on the $95 million Maasra Apartments in Queensland, architectural firm HAL Architects is finalising the designs to

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