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Transform your property and appeal to more tenants

Cherie Barber
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Cherie Barber, Founder Renovating for profit

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So you've got a rental property that you want to get in and potentially renovate and we need to talk about colours. My advice is to choose a colour scheme that appeals to the majority of people, not the minority. And by that I mean you want to avoid bold colours, outlandish colours. You don't want somebody potentially coming through your property and going "Oh I hate that wall". So try and stick with fairly neutral colours. Colours like beiges, creams, stone coloured colours. I don't particularly like white. White can be quite sterile and is quite often associated with being a cheap way to paint a property. So what I'm saying here is put a little bit of oomph in your colour but not too much to scare people away.

 

 

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Episode 52: Will property prices fall? When? And by how much? What investors need to know
Episode 51: SPECIAL EPISODE: SPI team reveals all the financial details of its portfolio
Episode 50: 8 properties by 25: Former housing commission kid reveals how he changed his life and created wealth
Episode 49: How to build a sophisticated multi-property portfolio
Episode 48: ‘From just $2,000 in my pocket to 6 properties’
Episode 47: The SPI Show answers more listener questions: Special episode
Episode 46: 4 properties by 24 – how to build a portfolio without sacrificing fun, travel or food
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