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  1. grantvanzyl

    Accomodation

    I am staying in a 4 bedroom house with pool, close to shops, bus stops, schools and 10 min from beach. Quiet and tidy neighborhood...'Robina 4226' If anyone needs a place to stay short term while you look for something more permanent and you are willing to make friendly contributions you are welcome.
  2. Hello all. I have multiple questions and was not sure where to post. Some back story: I have been granted my 189 visa after a 2,5 year process. I have been to Australia in 2013 on vacation and have decided that Victoria would be a good place to start so I have booked a one way ticket that arrives in Melbourne early January 2018. ( I also have a friend close to Melbourne for support if things go south) Q1: I was wondering what would be the best RE accomodation in the city while I look for work and sort out the usual drivers licence and tax and bank accounts etc...AirBnB, Backpackers? How important is it to have a permanent address when doing paperwork as an immigrant starting out there? Could I use a friends address if needs be? Q2: What would be the easiest way to go about looking for work in the Education field? I am a secondary maths teacher. Any work will do. I have heard about ANZUK, SmartTeachers and of course Randstad. Contacted them all today. Any other tips would be welcome. Also any jobs you know of that a Maths teacher could do that is not necessarily in front of a class. I am keeping an eye on SEEK. And do understand that permanent posts are hard to come by. Q3: What would be the best way to transfer my funds? I have looked into FinGlobal (CashKows?) Also seen people speaking of getting a money guarantee letter then upon arrival having funds transferred. Also read people suggesting PayPal. Maybe use my SA Credit Card for the first few days over there till things are sorted. Suggestions? I am looking at National Australia Bank. These are the most pressing issues for me currently. Especially transferring funds. I have enough to gold me over comfortably for 3 or 4 months and am not keen on losing a while lot of it to the middle man. Any feedback would be appreciated. If you feel this post would get better feedback in a different section please let me know. Thank you all in advance.
  3. Good day All. So, we are making the big move to Sydney on 22 January 2017. I work in the SharePoint space and my wife is an actuarial analyst at the moment. So we are looking for jobs and doing all the research for accommodation and how to actually settle in and start a life on that side. We have booked accommodation in a little place in dee why for the first 2 weeks of arriving in Sydney but we need to get more permanent accommodation thereafter and we obviously have a limited budget. If any advice can be given on how and where is a good place to start looking, it would really be helpful. Also, we would need to look at getting a vehicle when we are there. Any advice would be really appreciated. Can't wait for the move!
  4. I know it can be difficult to find a house to rent when you 1st move to Australia!! I have a brand new townhouse available for rent in Brisbane, in Rochdale estate(http://www.rochedaleestates.com.au), about 17kms from the CBD. If you are interested have look on this site http://littlerealestate.com.au/listing/?listing_id=36181 for detail about the property or you can contact me at fahaas@tpg.com.au.
  5. Hi guys We need to break lease due to our work circumstances changing. We have a 3 bedroom 1 bathroom fully furnished pet friendly house for rent at $300 per week in Rockingham - commute to Perth with train 45 minutes max. The owners are asking $475 per week but we are willing to substitute the $300 with $175 to get them their $475 per week. The rent includes all utilities as well as garden services. The unit is the perfect house to start out in Perth to have something to go to on arrival whilst you wait for your container to arrive. It's close to public transport, shopping centres, schools a café strip and a short 2km cycle or walk to the beach. The owners are ex South African and very supportive people. References won't be required and a $1000 bond/deposit will secure instead of your normal 4 weeks bond/deposit plus first two weeks rent. It's very difficult to find pet friendly fully furnished houses in Perth and we were very lucky to get this one. If you are arriving between 24 July and 24 September let me know deidrevw@gmail.com and I'll get you in touch with Jenny and Neil. You can view the house here: http://www.ozhouserental.com/aussieanchorage.htm but I have made an add for the house to try and find someone as well here http://www.rent.com.au/property-house-cooloongup-6168-1849935
  6. Hi guys We need to break lease due to our work circumstances changing. We have a 3 bedroom 1 bathroom fully furnished pet friendly house for rent at $300 per week. The owners are asking $475 per week but we are willing to substitute the $300 with $175 to get them their $475 per week. The rent includes all utilities as well as garden services. The unit is the perfect house to start out in Perth to have something to go to on arrival whilst you wait for your container to arrive. It's close to public transport, shopping centres, schools a café strip and a short 2km cycle or walk to the beach. The owners are ex South African and very supportive people. References won't be required and a $1000 bond/deposit will secure instead of your normal 4 weeks bond/deposit plus first two weeks rent. It's very difficult to find pet friendly fully furnished houses in Perth and we were very lucky to get this one. If you are arriving between 24 July and 24 September let me know deidrevw@gmail.com and I'll get you in touch with Jenny and Neil. You can view the house here: http://www.ozhouserental.com/aussieanchorage.htm but I have made an add for the house to try and find someone as well here http://www.rent.com.au/property-house-cooloongup-6168-1849935
  7. We are planing a 3-4 week trip in July/August and are looking for self catering /serviced apartments in and very close to St Ives. So far the prices seem to be like wow expensive! Family consists of 2 adults, 1 teenager and two younger children so probably a 3 bed. Any ideas?
  8. Hi We have a lovely family home for rent in Carramar. Quiet area close to all amenities and opposite lovely bushland. Available 1 July 2016 http://www.realestate.com.au/property-house-wa-carramar-418555590
  9. Hi All We landed 3 weeks ago, myself, my husband and 2 year old daughter and we have been a roller coaster ride for the last three months!! I was offered a job opportunity and was given only 1.5 months to pack up and relocate. A whole different story, would save it for another day For the last three weeks we have been in two AIRBNB accommodation, and tomorrow we have to hunt for our third AIRBNB, because finding a rental in Sydney is very very difficult. We have been to 4 show houses today, as we did the previous two weekends, in the Meadowbank and West Ryde area and each showing has 40+ people viewing, is that normal? Is there a way to secure the rental with so many potential candidates? How much should we increase the rental amount with? Is there cheaper alternatives for AIRBNB? Any advice will be great my fellow Sydneysiders By the way where are all the ex south Africans hiding we have not met any since we landed
  10. Hi all! I would like to hear how you guys came over without a house or rental. Where did you stay and how long did it take to secure a rental/house? We are going to Melbourne but have not yet looked into or thought about accommodation after arriving. Also, is there someone familiar with home builders? any advice or recommendations? Thank you.
  11. I just wanted to post here to find out if there was anyone looking to move to Melbourne who wanted to secure accommodation in advance - if there is, I'm planning to rent out my place from about mid-September 2015. It's not listed as for rent yet, but this is the listing for when I bought it - http://www.realestate.com.au/property-apartment-vic-docklands-117287963 .The photos are a little outdated - the view from the balcony/lounge room is the same, but the view from the bedroom now shows the completed melbourne star wheel. Rent for similar places in the area is between $530 and $580 a week, so I'd be looking for something within that range. I'll still be living in the area (possibly in the same building even), the main reason I would like to rent it out is that it works out substantially better for me for tax purposes. Docklands is a lovely area which is about 2km from the centre of the Melbourne CBD, it has a nice quiet, peaceful vibe about it. The area is also within the free tram zone. If you're interested then please get in touch via PM I think a key advantage would be that you'll be dealing with a landlord that understands what it's like to move country, and it can't hurt to at least have our country of origin in common! If you'd like to view the place during an LSD beforehand then that's fine too.
  12. RosFam

    Roomshare in Sydney

    Hi All , I will be in Sydney next month to look for work and set things up ahead of the family coming a couple of month later. I don't want to commit to a long term rental and was wondering if anyone knew of a Saffer family or someone 'normal' that might be interested in letting out a room in their house or a cottage for a couple of month. I am really trying to keep costs down so let me know if anyone has ideas. Thanks and see you soon Sydney. -Alan
  13. Hi All So we landed a month ago in Brisbane and I have secured a 6 month contract at Woolworths in Sydney. The plan is to leave the wife and children here in Brisbane, as they are settled etc..., and I commute up and down... for the meantime. So I need to find a 1 bed/studio, self catering type accommodation/room in a house to rent as near as possible to Woolworths at 1 Woolworths Way, Bella Vista NSW 2153 Any ideas, website please as I need to start work on Monday and can't sleep under the desk of course I am willing to pay...LOL nothing in life is free. Please respond or inbox me if you can help. Thanks Shannon
  14. Can anybody recommend affordable short term accommodation in Melbourne? It is just for the initial period while I am looking for a job, finding a rental, sorting out admin, etc? Thanks!
  15. Hi all Please help. I am desperately looking for furnished accommodation close to Perth. We have just arrived at our furnished apartment in Tuart Hill and it is infested with cockroaches!!!!! Does anyone know of furnished accommodation for under $600 per week?
  16. House for Rent - Frankston, Melbourne, Victoria Mornington Penninsula Regoin Walking distance to public transport and shopping centre Property description: Beachfront two story townhouse incorporating Master bedroon with ensuite Additional two bedrooms awith seperate toilet and bathroom Kitchen with large lounge and dinning rooms. Property is fully furnished with all kitchen appliances, including laundry washing machine and dryer and dishwasher. Property is fully secured with off street parking for two cars behind double remote operated gates. Property is available for short and long term accomodation. Property can sleep up to 7 people plus additional room for cot, which can be provided if required. Frankston is one of Victoria's largest growth areas, and close to direct public transport and highway access to Melbourne's CBD. The area has many good public and private schools.
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