Creating Profitable Sustainable Projects
You really want to build a new home or renovate an old one
You want to be the envy
of all your friends that you can tick off on your contribution to a healthy home
, right? Say, this is how I'm living sustainably
Yet, where to start or who to trust for information
is not only conflicting, you are not sure where to turn.
JESS OSBORNE THE CREATOR OF THIS SERIES, KNOWS EXACTLY HOW YOU FEEL BECAUSE THAT WAS HER 10 YEARS AGO.
ACTUALLY BUILDING HER OWN SUSTAINABLE INVESTMENT PROPERTIES WAS WAY MORE CHALLENGING THAN SHE'D IMAGINED.
After having helped so many people over the years in person and through this series, Jess came to understand there are some key areas
that most people struggle with.
So she created this simple, jargon free FRAMEWORK
> Is building a better option than renovating an existing property? And if so how much better? And how can I decide?
> What are the most important things to consider to make sure my investment project is profitable and sustainable?
> How can I avoid overcapitalising?
> What are the options for financing a building project vs. renovating an existing home? How can I maximise my profits over the lifetime of my asset?
> What are the implications of choosing house and land packages vs. buying the land and then finding a builder? And how do i make sure it is a sustainable property?
> How do I decide how much to spend to make sure I’m getting the best deal but not wasting money?
> Where do I look for the land? How do I know if it’s a good deal?
> Who can I trust when it comes to builders? How can I find one that’s not going to rip me off? What questions should I be asking?
> What happens if interest rates go up a lot? How will the building process be impacted? Will I have to stop in the middle? Then what happens?
> What if my partner or I lose our jobs in the process of the build?
> Are there any compliance issues we need to understand that are hidden in the fine-print?
> What factors do I need to consider to maximise the profit on this project?
> How do I minimise costs but maximise rental yield and occupancy?
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