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Get a free edition of ‘Your Property’ this weekend

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Every month Your Property in The New Daily takes a look at the real estate market around Australia. Whether you’re buying, selling, renting, investing or just staying put, we provide you with the latest information, expert advice and style tips on how to get the best out of your home.

And if you like to fantasise about your ultimate luxury home, we’ve got that covered too.

In this weekend’s edition, published midday on Saturday, Your Property reports on the trend that could be spelling the decline of the great Aussie dream of a family home on the classic quarter-acre block, along with other important movements in the market.

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Editor Raymond Gill, a former Sunday Age real estate writer, leads a team of writers unearthing the statistical trends and professional insights to keep you updated on residential real estate right around the country.

“New research shows us which Australian suburbs contain the best and worst owner behaviour, and a real estate agent tells us what not to do at an open for inspection – unless you want to suffer the agent and the owner’s wrath,” Mr Gill said of this weekend’s edition.

“If you’re in the market for a new home, buyer advocates reveal their tips for negotiating the best price possible. And two style gurus tell us the trends to follow – and avoid – if you’re preparing your property for sale or simply freshening up your home for a spring makeover.”

Readers who are not subscribers can sign up by email to receive this Saturday’s edition of Your Property free of charge.

The New Daily is an online-only news company owned by industry super funds, making it a genuinely locally-owned and operated business held by thousands of regular hard-working Australians through their retirement savings.

Since launching in late 2013, it has enjoyed strong growth. For the past six months, it has been in the top 20 news websites in the country, as ranked by Nielsen’s digital ratings. If foreign-owned media companies are subtracted from Nielsen’s ratings, The New Daily enters the top 10.