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.
Bathroom renovations. One of my favourite topics… and one of the best ways to add value to a property. And let me tell you, as more and more homeowners are looking for their dream home, they are also secretly looking for their dream bathroom!
So what does your dream bathroom look like?
Think about it as I provide you with a useful 10-point bathroom renovation checklist.
What does a day in the life of a professional renovator look like? Where do they spend their time? Who do they talk too? How to they juggle their different roles each day?
I spent some personal time with our very own Rapid Renovation Expert Naomi Findlay recently where she offered a quick glimpse into what it takes to be a professional renovator and dedicated family girl.
Novice renovators would say having a high attendance at an open house equates to its success. And of course this is true, however achieving high attendance is only a partial indicator of success.
Seasoned renovators know that when you put on an open house, you don’t always need big numbers in attendance – you need serious buyers; the same people you’ve been working hard to impress in your renovation process all this time!
So to impress your potential buyers during your open house, it’s essential you get off to a great start. Here are 5 simple, highly effective strategies you could use to deliver a successful open house.
Having been involved in more than a hundred renovation projects, I’ve found that lighting can be one of those struggles that many renovators and homeowners don’t see coming. Many don’t know that there are specific light functions and that certain types of light are recommended for specific areas in a property.
Whether you’ve experienced these challenges in the past, or are facing questions about lighting right now, this guide will be sure to help you choose the correct lighting for your home or investment property.
‘Street appeal’ or ‘curb side appeal’ is a fancy way to describe what people see when they look at your house from the outside as they drive by or walk past it.
Having an aesthetically pleasing curb side appeal makes a home look neat and tidy. It also increases the chance of selling the home faster, as it means more people will like the look of the home from the outside and will be intrigued to look inside.