21 Common Mistakes Renovators Make: Relinquishing All Duties On A Project To Your Team
An Australian Property Renovation Series by Rapid Renovation Expert, Naomi Findlay.
I’m really well-known for being the Queen of Outsourcing.
I outsource nearly everything in my life. Every successful business knows that outsourcing is one of the ways that you can really leverage, grow, and be really successful. Renovating for wealth is no different at all. However, it’s really important that you think long and hard about what you outsource and what you keep for you to make serious decisions and be involved with.
So what are some of the dangers of outsourcing too much?
There are a couple of tasks when renovating for wealth that really needs to be kept closed to the project manager and the project or property owners. For me, these are the three things that I won’t outsource:
Inspecting the property
Becoming the expert in the due diligence on the suburb and the property
Putting together my team
It’s so essential for you to have input, control, and direction across all of these 3 components. By doing this, you’ll make sure that the outsourcing that you do is really effective and for the betterment of the entire project and outcome.