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About Us


About Us



Once upon a time there lived a group of friends in Melbourne who was frequently amazed at the astronomical rise in property prices throughout their fair land of Australia. They noted the dismay of many who were being priced out of owning their own home and it was thus, that the friends set forth on an adventure that led them to create a magical site called HOME ADDRESSED.

This site is indeed magical…why? Because it creates the opportunity for people who share a common goal, to meet, combine their resources and buy a house together… creating a wish come true!

Not content to simply rest on their laurels, the good friends thought of other ways struggling would-be-homeowners could benefit from other real estate related enterprises, so they introduced a co-tenancy door where you are able to find a house-share mate and possibly a future co-buyer; a house-sitting door where you may be able to save some money to put towards a deposit whilst looking after someone else’s property and finally, a homestay door where you can host an international student, learn about another culture and increase your weekly income by $270-$335 per week!

The group of good friends has made this magical site fun and easy to use with lots of helpful hints and a hand holding walk through the whole process if needed.

Open one or more of these doors and take a peek at your future. You never know…you may live happily ever after …


Troy Starcevitch, Mortgage Broker

"I have worked with Home Addressed as a business and what they offer is great service, follow up and integrity. Dianne is a lovely person who knows her product and her market, as a mortgage broker in the market offering finance for the very specific type of client that Dianne deals with I can verify you will not go wrong with Home Addressed and Dianne.

I do not hesitate in recommending Home Addressed and Dianne to my clients and network, great work Dianne."


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