Epic estate has dressage arena and orchard

What must be one of the finest properties to have been built in regional NSW is on the market.

The spectacular 16.18ha estate known as LouieLou, is just 20 minutes from the centre of Canberra, and is full of luxury touches and amenities.

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It has a word-class dressage area, horse stables, a tree-lined driveway, an orchard, swimming pool and 605sqm of internal living.

VERV Property’s Jason Roses has set a $5.95m guide for 57 Vaughan Drive, which is being offered via an expressions of interest campaign.

For Sydneysiders looking to move out of the city, this represents good value compared to what you would normally be able to buy for that price in Australia’s largest city, Mr Roses said.

“If this was located in or around Sydney, you would easily be

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How to redeem codes in Epic Games using the Launcher or website

Epic Games is the company behind the world-popular “Fortnite,” but it also has its own store with hundreds of games for sale.

Games purchased from the Epic Games store automatically appear in your library for download. But if you purchase a copy of a game from a third-party supplier, you’ll need to redeem the product key that comes with it in the Epic Games Store to play it. This shows you’ve actually purchased the game. 

The product key, or code, is typically sent to your email if you buy a digital copy online, while codes for physical purchases are normally found on the back of the case or in the manual.

You can only redeem a product code once, so first make sure you’re signed into the correct Epic Games account. Otherwise, the game will be bound to the wrong account forever.

You can redeem your code in the Epic

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Existing-Home Sales Continue Epic Surge

Investors looking for a Halloween treat could find the housing market especially tricky right now. The National Association of Realtors (NAR) reported today that September sales of existing homes were up 9.4% from last month and nearly 21% from last year.

The NAR said typical time on market hit a record low of 21 days, and the median price for all housing types — including single-family, condos, and co-ops — has now risen for 103 straight months, reaching $311,800 last month, up 14.8% from $271,500 in September 2019.

That price hike is being driven by short supply. Unsold inventory fell to 2.7 months in September after sitting at 3.0 months in August and 4.0 months in September 2019. Increased ability to work from home plays a role as well.

All this is happening, plus uber-low interest rates. In fact, Freddie Mac (OTCM: FMCC) said today that the average for a

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