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How much does it cost to renovate an old house in Australia?

Renovation costs depend on a project’s scope. We completely transformed a 1980s home into a modern oasis for $200,000* and updated the kitchen in a 1960s home for $60,000*, so there’s no way to give an accurate estimate across the board. 

However, once the scope and details have been confirmed, it’s easy to assess costs. That’s why our process includes an entire stage dedicated to costing, so our homeowners always know how much their renovation will cost before any tools are picked up.

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