Jen and Brad’s Renovation Story: +$80/Week Cash Flow
It can really helpful to hear about other people in the field, who are buying properties and doing renovations to both inspire you and give you ideas as well. Today in Story Time we talk about a renovation project that delivered a 20% yield on the money invested, plus a granny flat project that will cost overall rental yield to 7%+.
0:00 – Welcome to this new segment “Story Time”
1:11 – Jen and Brad’s renovation project
2:00 – What financial result are they trying to achieve?
4:56 – The main property details
6:32 – The renovation project
11:44 – Building a granny flat to boost the cash flow even more
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