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Well, there is no clear answer to this one. Every property is different, and apart from your property’s condition, the condition of your local real estate market will play a significant role in answering your query. The main point of renovating before selling is to ensure a better return on investment. Thus, your focus should… Read More>>

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According to data published by ABS, in the year 2015-16, Australians spent
a whooping $7.7 billion on home renovations.

Indeed, whether you are renovating for profit or simply renovating your home to make it more comfortable for yourself, the process requires ample… Read More>>

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Renovations are trendy and can render your investment much more profitable. However, home renovations can be tricky – unless you plan them right. Renovating your house isn’t always cheap and with a home loan to repay, it
may not seem like a great idea to spend some more on home improvement.… Read More>>

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Most people want to remodel the house they live in at one point or another. Maybe some fancy new fittings, an extension, an open kitchen or new paint on the walls. Many homeowners are also taking up home renovation to cash in on the rising property wave. Small changes can fetch big money, especially in… Read More>>

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Your existing home is cramping your lifestyle. Perhaps your family has grown or you just want a different floor plan. Should you move to a brand new property, or renovate the house you currently live in?

Renovating your home usually means increasing its value, making the long-term return on the investment worth the trouble and initial expense.… Read More>>

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