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Andrew Winter

Property Expert

Andrew believes if you haven’t sold your house within two months then you’re doing something wrong.

Andrew believes if you haven’t sold your house within two months then you’re doing something wrong.

About Andrew Winter

Andrew Winter is obsessed with houses. With 25 years experience in the property trade, he believes that if you haven’t sold your house within two months then you’re doing something wrong.

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More info you. We re carpeted painted put new blinds and generally clean and scrubbed . Put in market $165000. The air con is an older type in the wall squad unit. But has been serviced and is workin...

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Selling Need advice, We are selling our house, it is a house that you don't need to do anything too, 3 bedroom 2 bathroom double carport, it's in a hot area and every house or unit is sell...

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Looking to move to Sunshine Coast hinterland . Any suggestions? Want land, outlook , queenslander style but limited reno. Close to good schools. Moving from Townsville . Budget around 550k . Love the...

The Impacts of Zoning on a Property

By Andrew WinterOn 28 Apr

Development in our communities is controlled by local government. Councils rule how land can be used, and what they decide could affect you more than you think. Andrew Winter shares his expert advice.

How to Determine the Value of Your Home When Selling

By Andrew WinterOn 17 Apr

When we're selling a property, the million dollar question is, 'What is it worth?' Here, Andrew Winter tells you how to determine the value of your house.

Should I Buy a Home that's Ripe for Renovation?

By Andrew WinterOn 14 Apr

It’s tough cracking the renovator's market, but the rewards can be profitable if you get it right! Andrew Winter shares his expert property advice.

How to Overcome Location Negatives when Selling

By Andrew WinterOn 7 Apr

You can do your best to play up the positives of your property location and play down the negatives. Here, Andrew Winters shows us how.