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5 tips on renovating an investment property for profit

5 tips on renovating an investment property for profit Are you Looking for renovation ideas to increase rental income? Well, there are a lot of modifications you can do to your house to increase its liveability as well as yield, but where do you start? Renovating an investment property is different from renovating your own… Read More>>

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Should you renovate or rebuild your home from scratch?

Do you feel your house would be just perfect if you could construct an extra room or redo the washroom or make some tiny upgrades to the kitchen?     Or, do the problems run deeper than that? Is there a backyard that collects water in the rain or the home is located on a… Read More>>

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How to make a small bathroom look bigger?

If you have a small bathroom, it could be a little bit of a challenge to turn it into a luxe space with adequate storage for your daily requirements. However, with some small changes and clever designing tips, it is definitely possible to create a functional bathroom that looks expansive, despite its size.    … Read More>>

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Five warning signs to watch for when Renovating

A great home does not stay in top shape forever without proper maintenance. Renovating should always be a part of your home improvement checklist every 10 years, to prevent further damage in the future and avoid accumulating costs. Here is how to check if a home’s condition is terminal…     Cracks You should not… Read More>>

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10-yearly updates to keep your home in top shape

Your home is a precious asset – a place where you live, love, laugh and pray. Thus, it is essential to keep your house in top shape through routine maintenance to avoid inconvenience in the future and save thousands of dollars in repairs.     According to experts, it is crucial to stay up to… Read More>>

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The role of a house in Australia is not just limited to providing shelter. A home, for a large number of people, is their biggest financial asset that they often slog through their lives for. Investors use their houses to generate rental income while mortgages account for a large part of banks’ assets. However, is… Read More>>

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If you find that your family has overgrown your house or feel inspired by the latest home décor trends to shift to an open floor plan, renovating your home could be a great option, especially if you cannot afford to buy a new property but look forward to upgrading your existing home. In fact, strategic… Read More>>

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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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