Australia’s Rapid Renovation Guru, Naomi Findlay, an internationally renowned renovator and an award-winning university lecturer, combines her educational skills with her knowledge on renovation to create beautiful and healthy spaces for wealth through her Rapid Renovation Formula. Gain insights through her articles here.
An Australian Property Renovation Series by Rapid Renovation Expert, Naomi Findlay.
When renovating for wealth, it’s absolutely essential that you become the expert in your patch and on your property type. When you’re making investment decisions of this calibre, there’s no room to make decisions based on what others have said and what you’ve read or looked at in mainstream media. It’s essential that you become the expert, not only in your area, but on the different property types within your area.
There are no excuses for not becoming an expert when it comes to your patch and your property type. The information is readily available everywhere for you to research, collect, analyse, document. Once you’ve done that, you then need to verify. Once you’ve gone through these steps, you’ve done pretty much everything you can do to make sure that you’re the expert in property in your area.
Written by Australia’s Rapid Renovation Expert, Naomi Findlay.
In the first installment of this series, I gave you an overview of the home staging in the context of the Australian market. I mentioned that this industry – or sub-industry, if you will – in real estate is fairly new such that not every real estate agency or agent is aware of its benefits.
I also discussed the effectiveness of home staging or pre-sale property styling when it comes to helping vendors potentially create wealth from the resulting sale of their property.
For this final installment, let’s get a little hands on as we discuss the preparations you need to undertake when you decide to give home staging a go and then some tips to make your property impressive inside and out.
Written by Rapid Renovation Expert, Naomi Findlay.
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I’m a firm believer that it’s essential in business and in property to focus on the things that you have control over, rather than the things that you don’t. Such is the case in property styling, especially if it’s used as a tool in order to create wealth.
Hi, everyone! Today, I want to talk to you about the importance of considering the renovation floor plan. It’s so exciting to get in there and rip, and bust, and demolish, but you must think about your floor plan before you do any of that.
This is Naomi Findlay, and welcome to this month’s Renovation Success Tip.
If you’re thinking that buyers are only interested in the kitchen, bathroom or bedroom, you’re under-valuing your property’s overall appeal. You have to remember that most potential buyers are looking for their next home. And with such a large financial investment, most will also want to spend considerable time inspecting every aspect of their potential future property.