Here’s to a great 2015! Picture: Suzanne Lowe Source: Herald Sun
Yeh we were also impressed by this bathroom…at a petrol station! That’s what we call a classy establishment. See it: https://au.news.yahoo.com/video/watch/25878359/a-philippines-restroom-that-has-to-be-seen-to-be-believed/
Opening line: Renovating a home can add a lot of value — but not if you get overwhelmed and leave it half-finished Sound familiar? This article has some pretty good tips, we personally liked this line as well: The rule of standard suburban houses is kitchen is king, then bathrooms,...
What would be the Aussie equivalent to this? http://www.philly.com/philly/classifieds/real_estate/20141228_Renovating_with_Fannie_Mae_s_help.html
Yep! The photos are really very nice: http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/lifestyle/home-garden/kingsford-home-renovation-so-good-the-owners-cant-contemplate-selling-just-yet/story-fni0dlbp-1227151196165?nk=773364e6d601690bbe8a520d944ca3be
These articles argue that as a property investor you won’t see a return on renovating a bathroom or kitchen, what are your thoughts? http://www.smartpropertyinvestment.com.au/news/13813-investors-warned-about-minor-renovations http://www.propertyobserver.com.au/forward-planning/adding-value/renovation-and-improvement/38698-a-kitchen-or-bathroom-renovation-won-t-deliver-a-windfall-smartline.html Our thoughts: First thing that comes to mind is the old adage that you can judge an establishment’s class by its bathroom. Secondly, renovating means...
Renovation nation, you don’t say! The stats are pretty crazy in this report. http://www.infolink.com.au/articles/news/houzz-describes-australia-as-renovation-nation-in-new-report-n2509308
Clearly the GFC hit Brisbane (and we’re guessing the rest of Australia) hard http://www.news.com.au/finance/real-estate/the-number-of-residential-alterations-and-additions-has-more-than-doubled-since-2010-according-to-westpac/story-fndbalka-1227129890829
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