Welcome to Peet’s Advice Blog. We hope you will find plenty of helpful tips to guide you through the buying process, as well as some inspiration for building your new home.
National Recycling Week
POSTED ON 14 Nov 2017
Planet Ark's National Recycling Week (Monday 13 to Sunday 19 November 2017) is the annual opportunity for communities, workplaces, schools and individuals to brush up on their knowledge and become successful recyclers.
Research shows Australia has a group of grey nomads looking for a new fixed address.
This group of older householders, aged 55 and over, want to move and are looking to downsize but can’t find the right property to suit their needs.
It’s Australia’s outdoor room boom – the conversion of thousands of backyard spaces into outdoor areas that extend our overall living space.
Here are some simple tips to help you join the boom and turn your outdoor area into a seamless extension of your home.
Winning the lotto or inheriting a fortune aside, most of us will need to borrow money to make homeownership a reality.
There are hundreds of different loans available from hundreds of lenders but they are all based on two things.
Looking to build, found the perfect block and wondering what to do next? We’ve broken down the process into simple steps, and have Peet sales representatives around the country who can step you through it as well.
Ever wondered how colours suddenly go from obscure to mainstream?
You see a colour on clothes on the catwalk, which filter into homewares on the high-street and even onto new cars. It’s all thanks to colour forecasting.
Fixtures, fittings and furnishings are often the last thing you choose but the first thing people notice in your new home.
By the time you’re ready to choose these home finishes, your budget could be stretched, you might feel overwhelmed by design decisions, or just looking for some helpful advice, so we’ve summarised the advice of legendary home designer Kevin McCloud to help you choose wisely.
The ancient Chinese system of feng shui is said to help bring harmony and a sense of well-being to any home.
Pronounced “fung shway”, practitioners believe everything and everyone has certain energy or “chi” and how we arrange objects can affect all aspects of our lives – from our health and wealth to careers and relationships.
It can be hard to part with your hard-earned cash and invest in a new home off-the-plan when all you can see is the plan, design or artist’s impression.
If you’re a first-time buyer the process can seem a bit daunting at first, but there’s also loads of appeal.