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  1. Hi. I am new to this forum. We are thinking of moving to the Mornington/Mount Martha/Mount Eliza area. We are living in the Yarra Valley at the moment. We are out here just over a year. We have 3 children, aged 6,8 and 10. My eldest daughter will be starting High School in a year and a half so we want to move to a good area with good state primary and High Schools and a safe place to live with children. Any information on what these areas are like to live in, what the schools are like, would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  2. Nick500159

    Vic rentals

    Tenant lease agreement from real estate agent: The tenant agrees the accept the property in an 'as is' condition and agrees the landlord is not obliged to make any improvements to the household. My question is, is this allowed?
  3. We are a family of 5 about to set off exploring the rest of Australia for 9-12 months. We would love to find a family looking for furnished accommodation in the Northcote area. Currently the house is set up with 3 bedrooms (one with bunks) and a study/2nd living area. It has a large open plan kitchen/dining/living area, family bathroom plus ensuite and walk-in robe to the main bedroom. Double carport for off-street parking. Train to city is a 2 min walk then <20 mins to CBD, at the other end of the street is a tram, with yet another tram 5 min walk away. Please reply to this thread if you want more information. Melissa
  4. moving2melbourne

    Melbourne's Realestate

    THERE'S been a lot of bad news around the Melbourne market this year, prompting an air of pessimism about the state of our real estate. But there is one ray of data sunlight to take away some of the winter chill: Melbourne no longer holds the title of the most unaffordable housing market in Australia. Residex figures show the unwanted honour has headed north again, back to Sydney. We can't gloat too much, as Melbourne still comes in second place. The Residex data shows Melbourne households spend about 44 per cent of their income paying off the mortgage. Residex chief executive John Edwards says about 35 per cent is a "comfortable'' level. He says paying more will have an impact on families and the housing market. In another bright spot, auction clearance rates are nudging upwards. A comparison of the past 12 weeks shows there were only two weekends when the clearance rate was worse than the same time last year, and the past two weeks it has headed towards 60 per cent. The Real Estate Institute of Victoria cautions against reading too much into a couple of weeks of results. But the number of auctions this weekend jumps to about 500 -- up from 336 last week and 374 the weekend before. Real Estate Institute of Victoria chief executive Enzo Raimondo says the bigger numbers will test the market. "The last fortnight has seen the market return to trend after the year's low point of 52 per cent in the week ending July 9,'' he says. "This weekend will help reveal if that improvement was due to low stock levels or improved sentiment.''
  5. A clean, comfortable, 4 bedroom hours in a great location ideal for a family moving to Melbourne from overseas or interstate and also contractors temporarily working in Melbourne. Walking distance to local Primary and Secondary School and shopping centre. Easy access to bus stop, train station and freeway. 10 minutes to the beach and 20 kilometres to the city. This home consists of 4 bedrooms - all with built in robes, a study, formal lounge and dining rooms, open plan family, kitchen and meals area. The master’s bedroom has an en suite with spa bath connecting to a powder room. Main bathroom is fitted with shower and bath. Separate toilet, spacious laundry, central heating, reverse cycle air conditioner in master’s bed room and family living area, double garage with remote control door, and a pleasant entertainment area in a landscaped garden. Furnishings included are: Bed and side tables, Flatscreen TV and DVD player. Lounge suite and dining setting, fridge, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, clothes dryer, study desks/chairs/shelves, window coverings. Internet, bed linen are included. Rates: $900 per week, 4 weeks minimum stay. Rate is negotiable for longer stay.
  6. Guest

    Moving to Melbourne from UK

    My husband and myself and our 3 children (LillyElla 4 Toby 3 and Isla 3mths) are oping to migrate to Melbourne - Rob is a plumber and is in the process of the vetassess process... Im researching the state and would like to know a few things for my budget calculations... Average prices of 3 bedroomed house rentals? If you know of any good rental companies I could talk to directly using the wonder of the internet would be appreciated.... All the utilities.... Internet and telephones.... Average Food Bill...... A good suburb in Melbourne close to the beach but easy city access?? My Husbands a plumber gas engineer and we hope for him to be employed in the city but equally my children ABSOLUTLEY ADORE the beach, talk about it all the time so to be close to the beach would be a great advantage to us...... Your help feed back and comments are truely worth their weight in gold and I thank you in advance for any help advice given to help me on my migration to Australia... Kelly xx:biggrin:
  7. We have a lady who has a rental available from July until the end of October if anyone is interested. http://www.moving-to-melbourne.co.uk/melbourne-furnished-rental-accommodation-wheelers-hill.htm