March 7, 2019
First National Byron

Almost Equal

I had the pleasure of hearing the formidable Anne Summers speak earlier this week,  discussing her memoir, “Unfettered and Alive”. It is a title that is appropriately fit for purpose;...

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March 2, 2019
Su Reynolds

Selling with Kids

We all love our kids. So much. But let’s be honest, there can be a lot of work involved in putting your home on the market, and juggling the demands...

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March 2, 2019
Su Reynolds

2019s Top Living Room Trends

Living room trends in 2019 are all about healthy living and well being, with a focus on nature, family connection, and light and space to counter-balance our synthetic and digital...

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March 2, 2019
Su Reynolds

7 Top Tips for an Autumn Sale

The property market’s most motivated buyers come out for autumn. The tyre-kickers who love the spring and summer selling seasons are gone by the time evenings become cooler and the...

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March 1, 2019
Su Reynolds

7 Ways to Smarten Your Weatherboard

The Byron and Northern Rivers Shire boasts some gorgeous heritage weatherboard cottages; properties that scream coastal chic. The romance of a weatherboard home brings a unique character, but like all...

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March 1, 2019
First National Byron

Memory and Imagination

If we broke human thoughts into two categories, we can find memories and imagination. Memories are the output of experience where we remember an event that has occurred. Imagination requires...

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February 21, 2019
First National Byron

Bright Lights, Gig City

‘Gig’ is one of those leftover words from the 1920s speakeasy jazz era. It is a shortened and much cooler way of saying ‘engagement’ and it is what musicians used...

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February 13, 2019
First National Byron

Careful What You Wish For

In the wash of another Valentine’s Day, we are celebrating love in it’s most commercial and unattainable sense with The Paramour Edit. A paramour is a somewhat old fashioned way...

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