Experienced property renovators know the key to a successful renovation is to use the space you have wisely. Renovating areas like the kitchen, living room and dining area to create more space and storage can not only make your home more liveable, it may also add value to your property.
Here are some renovation and design ideas to help create more space and hopefully boost your property’s price tag at the same time.
Kitchen and dining room
Bathrooms and toilets
Living rooms and bedrooms
Ready to renovate?
Irrespective of the size of your property, there are plenty of clever renovation tricks to maximise the floorplan and potentially drive up its value.
If you’re ready to get started, please reach out for advice about finance. As your mortgage broker, I’ll explain your renovation finance options and help you choose the right loan for your specific needs.
Remember, now is a great time to consider renovating, with the government’s $25,000 HomeBuilder Grant on offer. Get in touch and I’ll explain the eligibility requirements.
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