Kim renovates homes to better value

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Your Property Profits owners Kim Persson, left, and Sophie McLean.

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DESPITE the uncertainty of a global pandemic, the co-director of Your Property Profits, Kim Persson, believes now is the best time for home owners to sell.

“The Canberra property market is a quiet achiever,” Kim says.

“With the majority of the territory’s population employed at a state or federal level, Canberra’s property market won’t be as affected by the current events as the rest of Australia.”

Kim says housing values have grown 4.7 per cent in Canberra over the past year and experts are predicting that this high will hold, even if the country is hit by an economic downturn.

“Now is the time to invest in your property by renovating in order to sell for more and sell faster,” says Kim.

“Buyers are returning to the market and they are looking for value for money, so the need to have your property looking its absolute best and stand out has never been greater.”

Kim and her business partner Sophie McLean make renovating accessible to everyone through their company, Your Property Profits. They say that they cover all the upfront costs of the renovation for their clients so they can sell their home faster and for a higher price.

Your Property Profits. Call 1800 225597 or visit for a free consultation.

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