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Premium Content / October 24, 2013

$20,000 reno brings threefold return

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Working with a small space requires a particularly inventive approach to renovating. You need to find ways to make everything seem bigger. You want plenty of storage and the area has to serve a multitude of functions. These days everyone craves outdoor entertaining, no matter how small, and a home office nook somewhere.

This warehouse studio in inner-Sydney’s Chippendale presented a number of interesting challenges.  Read on to learn how it yielded a profit of nearly $40,000 – not bad for a week’s work!

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About Cherie Barber

Cherie Barber is Australia’s top renovator and the director of Renovating For Profit, a company that teaches everyday people how to buy and sell/rent old properties for a profit.

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Cherie Barber teaches a disciplined and systematic process that covers every facet of renovating .... from when and where to buy to how to renovate your property to sell or rent for the highest possible price.

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