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In order to protect your investments and ensure your home renovation goes smoothly you're going to need a well drawn up contract. In order to save you some time and effort here is a lesson in home building contracts from what to include when writing one up, back down to what to check before signing...
In order to maximise the price at which you sell your property you're going to want to make sure it's in prime condition. Therefore it's a smart idea to renovate your house before sale. Investing money into home renovations can seem daunting at the best of times, but even more so when planning to sell as you won't directly reap the benefits of your investment! In order to help you minimise spending on unnecessary aspects of the home here are the 4 main areas you need to renovate before sale!
Posted on July 5, 2016 by Lillian Connors
After purchasing a new home one of the first things to do is perform the ultimate cleaning checkup. This will ensure that you and your family are moving into a safe environment than wont pose any threats to your health and safety. This article should be used as a guide to the key aspects of the home that must be cleaned before moving in!
Apartment renovation can be something truly outstanding, but only if you do it right. There are so many options to choose from and decisions to make it can sometimes seem a little overwhelming. Therefore, here are some smart apartment renovation tips that can help you achieve successfully attain the home of your dreams!
Whether you're preparing to build a home for you and your family as a primary residence or just want to create a holiday getaway home to escape from the monotony of the workweek, steel kit homes are a great option. Often seen as just shed houses, steel kit homes have come a long way in recent years, and there are more reasons now than ever to consider one as you weigh your options.
When it’s time to sell your home, you’ll suddenly become painfully aware of all those little flaws and nagging home improvement projects that you’ve been keeping on the backburner. Renovations are expensive and time-consuming, so it’s not uncommon to put them off.
Whether you are about to buy a new home, or you are thinking about selling, there are many things to consider. A seller needs to consider advertising and marketing, legal contracts, open for inspections and presenting the property. A buyer needs to consider whether the property is suitable in terms of location, style and size, what is the right value and whether the property is affordable.
Posted on September 11, 2015 by Scott Pendlebury
A close relative of mine recently bought a house for a princely sum after only a single open home inspection. I asked him some obvious questions about the state of various aspects of the building, the interior, the fixtures, the pool, and the landscaping - and he could not answer the questions with any confidence. In fact, he could only recall some obvious positives of the property. The next time he will see it is when he will move in, so let's hope there is no lurking expensive issues to address!
So how do you get the most out of an open home inspection? These tips by Property Observer will help you avoid wasting your time, and panicking as you sign the purchase contract that you have not checked some key items in the house.
Posted on August 5, 2015 by Scott Pendlebury
There is so much conflicting commentary in the media about Australian property. Are we experiencing a huge property bubble about to burst, or are high prices here to stay given we are a wealthy country with an under-supply of property?
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