Hi guys, There are a few threads already on GF construction types etc but I wanted to know peoples' views on the viability of them financially, and when it would be most suitable. Some people tell me you can get a 90% construction loan for a granny flat, while others tell me you can't, while others say you might be able to, but there would have to be comparable evidence to help the valuer value it up. I personally can't seem to find any house + granny flat combos that have sold in Ipswich or Logan areas to help support numbers. Just wondering if anyone has added GF's to properties in Logan or Ipswich council and what sort of finance they got for the construction? I'm still in acquisition phase so probably wouldn't do it until later on, when I have a portfolio of properties and I have a lot of cash/equity I want to turn into cashflow. By this stage, it won't matter if I can only finance 50% of the construction.... If it is viable down the track, then this will obviously prompt me to buy bigger blocks for the future upside potential. Thoughts? EDIT: I'm told that you can put up to a 2bdr, 70sqm gf on a 700sqm+ block in Logan, and 3bdr, 100sqm on 1,000sqm+ block. Is this correct? What are the rules for Ipswich council?