Thanks for your detailed reply. Yes it is a residential house. At the moment the roof isnt sealed or painted so I may look into this first in a bit more detail and see what options there are. Do you have any recommendations of tradies in Brisbane that could assist with this?
I have an old 1950’s property in Brisbane which has had a leak from the roof during the recent storms a few months back. A builder has gone onsite and advised that the leak is caused by a cracked ridge and hip bedding. As Im looking to eventually demolish the property in maybe 5 years time, is there any way to repair this without having to replace…[Read more]
Thanks Allycat. I guess Ill just have to try one and see how they go ensuring that I have a clause in the contract stating that I can change if im not happy with them.
Not sure about other states but generally in Victoria you put down a small deposit of a few hundred dollars or so when putting in an offer. If accepted, then the remainder of the deposit is due whether it be 5% or 10% of the sale price as agreed with the vendor usually a week or 2 after contract signing.
I installed a Bunnings flat pack a few months ago in a 2 bedroom unit. Came out really nice. Only problem is if you rplanning to use granite benchtops then stick away from the flat packs with the plastic legs. If your going with the laminate benchtops then they look great. Easy to install.Just one tip, remember to put the corner cupboard shelves…[Read more]
Thanks guys. The tenants are meant to be paying monthly but seem to be paying in dribs and drabs all random amounts in hope that they will make the monthly repayments by the end of the month.
It is an IP so no real urgency to settle today. I spoke to the conveyancer and the last time this happened settlement was delayed for 5-6 weeks. What if I decide not to settle and wait for the bank to get the title deeds? Can the vendor cancel the contract or anything? Ive already forked out the money for the deposit and also for the bank fees,…[Read more]
lopetha replied to the topic Landlord/Owner responsibilities regarding electrical wiring in the forum Help Needed! 15 years, 8 months ago
Thanks guys. I spoke to the electricial directly this morning rather then going through the PM so I could get the full story. Apparently the person who did it did a really dodgy job. From what he said the transformers are the incorrect ones used, the wiring used is the incorrect wiring and many of the lights are wires are loose being a hazard. He…[Read more]
Thanks for the input guys. Im in Melbourne so if anyone can recommend some good cheap places for goods that woudl be greatly appreciated. The apartment is approx 60sq meters. I did actually forget abot things like light fittings, towel rails etc so will need to budget for them as well. Reckon approx $15K will be enough to cover it all?
This link may be usefulIt lists the top 40 melbounre suburbs with number of burglaryhttp://racv.com.au/wps/wcm/connect/Internet/Primary/insurance/home+security/burglary+statistics/high+risk+areas/cheersvidy
Just because they have high burglary rates doesnt mean those suburbs are a bad investment. Some of those suburbs which top the…[Read more]
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