Bricks and Morter replied to the topic Can I become wealthy (in depth detail of my current situation and where I’m heading)? in the forum Help Needed! 13 years, 4 months ago
I good stratergy to build wealth from the bottom up, is BUY, ADD VALUE, REFINANCE.I'm with the student accomidation idea, buy a large house with lots of beds, renovate as a student house, communal kitchen, bathroom, maybe furnish the rooms (opp shop is enough), rent the rooms, and manage the house while at uni. You can then use the increased eq…[Read more]
G'day lopetha I'm on the same wavelenght as the others above, I think you need to consider all the little extras that aren't so obvious to start with. I've found that the more detail you go into each task you want to do the cost becomes more accurate, it can takes months to get all the detail together,. If you don't want to go into that much d…[Read more]
G'day James,I'm about to buy my benches from a company "Sizewise" who cut the benches in a factory to your size then you glue them in.. I've worked out they are $400 to cut and shape them compared to a standard Bunning bench.
Get your plan so detailed you know exactly how to do everything, that way your budget will mirror closely to the works. You sound like your right on track.TIME, It always takes longer than you think, I sound like my DAD, but my dad was right! The bulk of the work is easy to estimate, but I find the finihsing takes the longest, For instance, I&#…[Read more]
Try this link!http://www.bmtqs.com.au/construction_cost_calculator.htm
G'day racingdork, I'm in your situation right now, I bought a high set queenslander, on a lean without a bathroom, old kitchen,termite damage, i'm living in the lounge, no windows and eating mircowave meals. I'm no builder just handy with timber.Where to start?You need a budget, 50k will disapear very quickly, make your estimate detailed so you…[Read more]