Home design for a house to live in, and building a home as an investment asset are two completely different propositions.
When you design your own home, it is designed to suit your family, your tastes and your needs whereas a home design for an investment property is built to suit the needs of your tenants. It must be durable, flexible, low maintenance and expertly constructed. An investment property is a home that should be built with your head, not your heart, unlike when you design your own home.
At Investor Assist, we have a collection of home designs, The Investor’s Collection, which have been expertly compiled by our in-house draftspersons specifically for investors. These exterior and interior designs combine years of knowledge and research gathered from across the entire ABN Group for the past thirty years so we know they are popular with the market.
Our exterior and interior design collections all incorporate a number of key design principles, ten of which have been highlighted in a recent blog post from the Managing Director of the ABN Group, Dale Alcock. He provides exterior and interior design tips that will provide a great guide to designing your investment property.
To read Dale’s top ten exterior and interior design tips for investors, read the full article here.
If the exterior or interior design ideas in Dale’s article raises any questions for you or if you would like assistance with any aspect of the property investment process, the team at Investor Assist is only too happy to help. Please feel free to contact us for an obligation free discussion – it’s what we are here for.