Katie Adema

Katie previously worked as a journalist across print and radio before making the switch to PR. Her work has appeared in Green Lifestyle Magazine and online publication The Kids Are Alright, and more recently she has written myriad articles for newsletters, magazines, websites and online publications.

The opinions expressed in this article are the opinions of the author(s) and not necessarily those of Homeloans Ltd.


Articles by: Katie Adema

Pros and cons of a home office

Working from home conjures up images of sleep ins, leisurely lunches and gym visits dotted around a few hours of work each day –...   Read More

Sustainable living only a click away

Downloadable sustainable housing plans now available Have you ever thought about building your very own sustainable home but have baulked because of the cost,...   Read More

Top apps for real estate investors

The property market can be a confusing place… there are so many sources of information from all over the place – and now there...   Read More

Rent-vestors: The next generation of first home buyers?

Anyone who has been living in Sydney or Melbourne and trying to break into the property market in the last few years knows better...   Read More

Old meets new

  Aussie kitchen appliances best of both worlds Masterchef, My Kitchen Rules, Jamie’s Kitchen, Hell’s Kitchen, The Cook and the Chef – Aussie fascination...   Read More

The latest in bathroom design

Above image courtesy of Just Bathroom Renovations   If you think the trendiest bathrooms would be filled with shiny surfaces, ornate décor and the...   Read More

Saving for a home deposit

Aussie spirit driving homebuyers What lengths did you go to save for your first home? Sell your car, stop going out for dinner, work...   Read More

Work it

  Office ideas for small homes Living in an apartment or small house can often mean all available space is taken up by living...   Read More

DIY projects to increase the value of your property

Five DIY ways to boost your home’s street appeal It’s a persistent saying for a reason – first impressions really do count. This is...   Read More

Interest rates: How low can you go?

RBA cuts rates again In a move that proved the majority of economists correct, on Tuesday 5 May the Reserve Bank of Australia cut...   Read More