Our panel of experts explain whether to refinance a property to pay off a credit card, the latest on the Melbourne property market, and what to do when you are stuck with a dud investment property
This month, Cherie Barber of Renovating For Profit explains what to do when your project plan goes awry, and what research you need to do before buying with the view to subdivide
A lot of cheaper properties are, well, yuck. I know you’re supposed to look at them through the eyes of a prospective tenant, but I grew up in a blue collar suburb just like the one I am looking at and I can’t imagine many people would want to live in some of the houses I’ve been seeing
I’ve read investment advisers saying that I’m wrong and that I’d be surprised who would be willing to rent certain properties, but surely there is a line? I want to buy cheap, but isn’t there a limit to how seedy you can go?