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How to Design your Dream Kitchen

Jane Eyles-Bennett - Monday, July 17, 2017

The kitchen and living spaces are typically the hub of your house; and whether the others in the 'hub' are helping or just watching, it’s often where you'll connect and bond after a day at the office or school. Most people prefer an open plan layout for this reason; simply to fit all the people who want to congregate there. Since it's such a draw card; it needs to not only function well, but all look great too. (Read More)

Should you renovate before you sell?

Jane Eyles-Bennett - Tuesday, July 04, 2017

Most people assume that doing a full renovation before they sell will result in a higher selling price. Sometimes this is true, but not always. Before deciding whether to renovate to sell, you should do a bit of research and work out if renovating is right for your circumstances; and what areas you should spend your renovation dollar on.  (Read More)

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$5,000 RENO - one for the record books!

Our client needed to do a low cost, high value reno in order to transform her property ready for rental. She's an experienced renovator and has done several successful renovations in the past but decided to call on us to help her really slash her costs and make a top profit from her property through increased equity and rental income.

Before the renovation, the property attracted very low grade tenants paying just $230 per week. Now, having spent just $5,000 on the exterior and another $5,000 to furnish the interior, the property rents for $400 per week.

Want to know how to do a lower cost reno that'll add great value to your property? Check out our Renovation Action Plan page and see what you could be missing out on!
 
 
 
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