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Andrew's Advice: Part three, your investment property

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The A team are back for a record 12th series and raring to face a volatile Australian property market. For the first time in 25 years Sydney and Melbourne are experiencing a tapering off, on the average sales price front. So in a buyer’s market host Andrew Winter may struggle convincing owners the true value of their homes (like he needs another challenge!). Shaynna and Charlie have never been better, delivering incredible makeovers for a unique array of Aussie families. And they’re going everywhere - covering the bush, the beach, the outback and the city. Among the highlights are a Mt Isa high set, a beach shack in Shoalhaven, a traditional Pymble garden home and a Balmain water front. But quirkiest of all is the inclusion of a Gold Coast houseboat. By moving things maritime the team face a whole new set of challenges.

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Posted by Carola3 •6w ago • Report
I agree with previous question by Chris1758. Why do you throw good furniture and plants in the skip. Could they not be donated to one of the charity shops? I am sure it would be appreciated and they may come and pick up so it would be no more work for the show besides making a phone call.
Posted by Alex79 •6w ago • Report
Come on guys, do you honestly expect us to believe that the renovations in S12 E1 were $30-40k? Let’s take a look... You put in a structural beam, new walls, floors and French doors. A kitchen with stone benches, under mount skin and stainless appliances. Built in wardrobes, painted insides and out, landscaping including new steps, lighting and furniture hire for styling! Added to that, there would have been a small army of invisible trades such as carpenters, bricklayers, plumbers and electricians. I’d like to bet that the true cost was closer to double that! I love your show, but please let’s get real!
Posted by Deirdre9 •15w ago • Report
With all the hype about legionnaires disease from inhaling potting mix dust and the warnings on the bags, why doesn't Charlie wear a protective mask when dealing with potting mix? I had a friend pass away last year from this very thing and he was using potting mix.
Posted by Lea_mo •16w ago • Report
Hi! I just watched Ep 2 season 4 - Bob Mitchell in the Blue Mountains.
This broke my heart watching all his work be changes. Shayna was so respectful.
I’d love to know how he is going. I’d love to see a series of “where are they now”- hope he’s ok xx
Posted by RR18 •19w ago • Report
I love this programme along with Love it or List It, but it would be really good to know the actual date that the show was produced. It is really confusing when Andrew says "in the current market" but we don't know which market they are referring too.
Either way, some miracles are performed and the end results are always breath taking!
Posted by Fiona7Report
Would love help selling a house at canleyvale nsw please
Posted by HadassahReport
Will the Selling Houses Australia team be coming to Brisbane/Gold Coast for #dinnerwiththeteam? : )
Posted by Gayle261Report
#dinnerwiththeteam what a great night defiantly would do it again love Andrew Shayna and Charley
Posted by Chris1814Report
Today I watched the first show in the renovation of Old Linton at Yass. What a beautiful house but I was absolutely gutted at that choice of the pink colour in side.
“Berry” was it called. I thought well maybe when it was all finished would look good, that’s usually how it goes, so I googled the pics of the finished item. Really, really awful. What a shame, what were they thinking. I don’t think that colour would look good anywhere.
Posted by H27Report
My favourite program. Some weeks it's wow, Shanna, some it's wow, Charlie.
Until the 1880's "cottage". That was lipstick on roadkill. The lady liked history? There was nothing left of it, the original was gone and the whatever - '70s? nasty was rotten. That was disappointing, yes it sold, yes the did their usual make it look better but what a waste of time.
The owner should have takne the original offer and let them bulldoze it.