A good renovation almost always makes a profit and in the current slow market, many investors are looking to quick home makeovers to create their own opportunities to add value. But the key to a successful ‘renovate and flip’ strategy is in knowing what improvements to make.
Judith Taylor, director at Property Women, says in order to maximise profit from a renovation, property owners and investors need to know what will appeal most to buyers in the area and have the discipline and know-how to stick to a budget. And with the right information, this is something everyone can do.
Taylor will explain how you can renovate for profit at the upcoming Property Investors Forum, to be held in Sydney on 26th May 2012. Organised by Key Media in association with the Property Investors Forum Canada, this valuable one-day event will benefit both new and experienced investors.
Register now and find out:
Which renovations will give you the best return on investment
The most common renovation mistakes and how to avoid them
How to budget for your renovation…and stick to it
Lessons learned from renovation case studies
Book now and for only $99 you will receive a full day of information and top tips from Australia’s leading property experts, plus the chance to network with like-minded investors in a friendly environment. Learning materials and full catering included.
For more information visit http://investing.yipmag.com.au.
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