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    Renovating for profit

    Published on 24 January 2019, Thursday, 2:21 AM

    Whether you are interested in sprucing up your own home for a good sale, or if you want to start investing in fixer-uppers, renovating houses for profit can be a good way to boost your financial means and undertake some creative projects.

    Doing a one-off job on your own house can be a satisfying and lucrative task, as long as you have planned everything well.

    While a bit of DIY painting and floor sanding may be easy enough to do on your own, there will no doubt be other jobs that require specialist services.

    Taking the advice of professionals is a good idea if you're a first-timer and equipment hire companies, hardware outlets and council building organisations may be able to provide information.

    As a rental investment, a renovated home can be a source of regular income as long as you've done your homework.

    Finding suitable tenants and using your increased cash flow to buy another renovation project and start the whole process over again may mean that you are able to pay off your debt faster.

    The most important thing to remember is that because you are dealing with significant investment amounts it is worth your while to get educated.

    Being aware of the risks and benefits of renovating for profit will mean that you will be well-placed to make some of the tougher decisions that will no doubt crop up.

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    Nathan Mills
    Nathan is a seasoned Kennards Hire team member passionate about empowering DIYers in their projects. He loves everything DIY and brings together years of equipment and project experience to help customers get the right tools for their next job.