It was an agonising quandary. He’d purchased his apartment sight unseen during COVID and, by the time he moved in less than three years ago, he was experiencing rabid buyer’s regret, realising it was nothing like the home he so fondly imagined.

“It had previously been owned by a woman in her 70s or 80s, and it was like a grandma’s flat,” says IT consultant Craig Potter. “It felt small, and it didn’t feel good.

“I didn’t like it at all. And I thought, ‘What am I going to do now?’ I knew I had to either sell it and find something else, or renovate it. It was a tough decision. How could I renovate it to make it more liveable? I had no idea. And what if I couldn’t find anywhere better to buy?”


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