INVESTING INSIGHTS WITH RIGHT PROPERTY GROUP: Why renovation may not help your valuation

By Todd Stevens 27 April 2018 | 1 minute read

Welcome to the second series of Investing Insights with Right Property Group. Join Right Property Group directors Steve Waters and Victor Kumar as they explore and challenge the strategies, tactics and techniques to create wealth through property investing.

Every month, Steve and Victor join co-host Phillip Tarrant from Smart Property Investment to address the burning issues impacting investors, covering key topics such as manufacturing equity, property management, purchasing units versus houses, researching the market, finding under market value properties, the habits and attitudes of successful investors and portfolio building.

In this episode of Investing Insights with Right Property Group, we tackle property renovation. While reality television may have convinced many that it is the key to quick cash gain, Steve, Victor and Phil will look at whether it is always the right way to go. 

They will cover why you should renovate, the best times to do a renovation, and the filters to apply to your property to know if renovation is actually the way to go.

Steve and Victor will also each share their one major tip for renovating and discuss how to get the best possible results when getting a property revalued after it has undergone a transformation.


Tune in now for the full episode.


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Previous episodes of Investing Insights:

The positives and negatives of diversification
Rent correction, fixed interest rates and buyer’s agents
One of the key mistakes people make
The secrets to good cash flow management
The science behind researching a new market
Keeping a finder on the pulse of your portfolio
How do we pay off the portfolio debt: what's the endgame?
Mastering the fine art of manufacturing equity
Do you have a plan? Advisers’ tips on future-proofing your investment portfolio



Property refers to either a tangible or intangible item that an individual or business has legal rights or ownership of, such as houses, cars, stocks or bond certificates.


Valuation is defined as the evidence-based process of assessing the value of a property provided by a qualified professional.

INVESTING INSIGHTS WITH RIGHT PROPERTY GROUP: Why renovation may not help your valuation
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