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Is Your Home REALLY an Asset?

September 24th, 2013 Comments off

If you’ve ever read any of investment guru Robert Kiyosaki’s books on wealth creation, you know that he only classes true assets as things that are income producing. This idea has been controversial, particularly when it comes to the humble home and the emotions that surround it. But we’ve uncovered some very clever ways to […]

Why Not Consider “Collaborative Consumption” for Christmas

December 17th, 2010 1 comment

How much stuff do you own that you will never use, DVD’s, old clothes, books, furniture, toys, appliances, gadgets, tools or even unused space? Do you have anything around your home or business that you don’t really use, and might be of benefit to someone else? This Christmas, instead of traditional “Consumption”, why not have […]

Increasing Interest Rates & Decreasing Property Values ? – Now you can Improve your ROI with Space Rental

October 5th, 2010 1 comment

Investors and home owners with capital tied up in residential property are currently being hit with a double whammy of increased interest rates and decreased property values. Australian house prices in capital cities fell 0.2 per cent in August, with analysts predicting a similar level of decline in the months to come. Taking into account […]

Media Release: New Industry has become big business

September 8th, 2010 Comments off

Space is becoming an increasingly valuable commodity these days and average Australians with a little spare space are cashing in on the demand Australian home and business owners with extra or unused space are beginning to recognise that they can turn their spare space into a regular income – literally making money out of thin […]

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Media Release: Aussie Seniors Discover a Gold Mine!

March 2nd, 2010 1 comment

Many Australian Seniors and Retirees have recently stumbled onto a little gold mine in their own back yards. Seniors who own their home, have discovered that they can now make use of new online services to help them rent out unused space to people searching for storage space. They can earn a steady passive income […]

Media Release: Private Storage: Making money from your home

February 1st, 2010 Comments off

If you are looking for quick and easy ways to either Make or Save a little extra cash this year, then Private Storage is something that is definitely worth taking a closer look at. Private Storage is a new, but remarkably simple idea that allows ordinary Australians to rent out reasonably priced, privately owned storage […]

Media Release: Save Thousands of Dollars on Parking Fees

January 19th, 2010 Comments off

If you are tired of spending a small fortune on parking fees, fed up with paying out parking fines, or  desperate to find a convenient and cheap place to park, there could be a remarkably simple solution. Property owners in cities and towns throughout Australia, with unused garages, parking spots or even driveways are offering […]

Media Release: Nation-wide survey finds the most expensive space in Australia

November 10th, 2009 Comments off

Huge price variations – some more than 100% – have been highlighted by SpaceOut in their latest Australia Wide Self Storage Price Survey. The new nation-wide survey reveals some shocking results, with the most expensive storage facilities (in Sydney) charging more than $800 a month for a single garage sized space. The new survey data […]

Media Release: The new way to find cheap storage space – in your own street!

October 6th, 2009 Comments off

Unless you happen to live next door to a storage facility, chances are that you will have to travel a little (or a lot) when you need to find self storage space. But a new online service has just added hundreds of new storage locations throughout Australia (maybe even in your suburb or street), and […]

Media Release: room to spare as city sprawls

August 12th, 2009 Comments off

A THIRD of Melbourne bedrooms are now unoccupied, according to a state department report. As the Government extends the city’s urban growth boundary by thousands of hectares, a Transport Department report showed there were already 1.3 million spare bedrooms in existing suburbs, enough to accommodate projected population growth during the next 20 years. Almost 70 […]

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