To create the most functional site plan for a granny flat there is more often than not some work that is required.
Site preparation is essential to maximise the rental return and rentability of your granny flat.
In this video, Simon breaks down some of the costs you may have to factor into your budget when building a granny flat, such as;
– Removal of trees, sheds, concrete slabs, garden beds, patio’s, etc.
– Addition of off-street parking.
– Electricity metre upgrades.
On average, these costs can add up to around $5,000-$20,000 depending on the site.
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