The dream of owning a house has become increasingly out of reach for many Australians. But that doesn't mean your rented property can't also feel like home.
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There are numerous DIY improvements you can inject into a rental- both small and large - to inject a sense of ownership. But first you'll need to get permission from your landlord.
The following infographic breaks down some handy tips for tenants who want to make changes to a property. It also includes a handful of "removable" home improvement hacks in the event that a landlord says no. Some of them, like throwing a nice rug over a floor you hate, don't even require permission. Here are the tips: