Archive for the ‘Curious’ Category

Everything You Need to Check Before Buying a New House

April 5th, 2022

The purchase of a property can be a daunting process. After all, it is nothing short of a milestone. Your new home will determine the new era of your life, so it’s only natural that you want to be 100% sure that you’re making the right decision. Starting your house hunt can feel very directionless Read More »

Natural Stone Pavers: Cost Vs Durability

March 23rd, 2021

Pavers are useful in creating driveways, patios, decks and several other surfaces. There are several options available to homeowners searching for the best paving material. Some of the popular material includes natural stone like marble, brick, concrete, flagstone, porcelain, rubber, plastic etc. The brick pavers are available in various shapes and colours but are fragile, Read More »

Property Maintenance – How Much Does It Cost?

March 16th, 2021

Building maintenance is a cost that every property owner needs to keep in mind; this is especially true for businesses in high rise buildings. The cost of the maintenance can vary and largely depends on the type of property and repair work necessary. Regular maintenance is essential to prevent minor issues from escalation and becoming Read More »

Essential FAQS About Granny Flats That You Need to Know

November 26th, 2020

If you are planning to construct a granny flat on your property here, we have listed some essential FAQS about them. These FAQS will make sure that all your queries are resolved, and your project completes hassle-free. 10 FAQS About Granny Flats 1. What is the minimum size required to construct a granny flat? You Read More »

Are We Becoming a Nation of Landlords

July 22nd, 2018
Australia Nation of Landlords

​In a recent article by the Financial Review, author Duncan Hughes, argues Australia is becoming a nation of landlords since the real estate prices are sky-rocketing in recent years. The reason for the increase in the number of landlords is because many cannot afford to be owners-occupiers and in turn become buyers-landlords. These very same Read More »

24 of The Dirtiest Spots in Your Home and How to Clean Them

January 24th, 2018
24 of the dirtiest spots in your home

  No matter how frequently you’re cleaning, there is a good chance your home is still full of germs and bacterias. Cleaning chores end with washing the dishes, wiping down, vacuum and taking the trash out. These are the most visible parts, easier to notice when getting dirty. That’s why you pay extra attention to Read More »

Our All-Strayan Cleaning Playlist

February 7th, 2017
matt and nate rocking out

The simple addition of a soundtrack can make any activity much more fun. Double goes for cleaning. We love the 80’s and what kids these days are calling “dad rock”. So we gathered around two hours of our favourite cleaning music from the Land Down Under. Not-so-incidentally it would be right at home in a Read More »

5 Bloodcurdling Sydney Legends

October 28th, 2016
matt and nate reading scary stories

It’s the season of ghouls and ghosts, folks. Pumpkins, bats, sugar rushes and stomachaches, you know the score. But Halloween is nothing without creepy stories by the campfire… or by the glow of a multimedia device. It’s 2016 after all. We’ve chosen five stories from our own Sydney, that always had raised the hairs on Read More »

17 Great Blogs About Cleaning & Organising

May 27th, 2016
nate on laptop

[UPDATED 12 April 2017] Yeah, as if someone would like to read about chores?! Right? Well.. You might be surprised! As weird as it may sound, there are a lot of people who are passionate about cleaning. Nate and the other Move Out Mates, are the living, breathing example, but as it turns out, we Read More »

What Makes a Great Lease Cleaner

August 21st, 2015
What Makes a Great Cleaner

Recently at Move Out Mates we reflected a lot on what has been done in the past two years, where we are now and how we can continue to grow and improve our work to ensure our future clients are as happy as our previous. That being said, we tried to identify what makes a Read More »