Hi everyone I have searched around for answers on this topic but not found anything specific enough as yet, so hopefully this hasn’t been covered under a different thread already. With the $11000 cap on trades doing work on a renovation in Qld can anyone tell me if these would be ways to get around it (in particular if selling within 6 years) A.) In a bathroom reno where you might need plumbing, tiling/waterproofing, shower Glass etc. Assuming you could get each trade to do their bit for under $3300 and in total the work and materials came under the $11000 threshold, would this be ok legally with no need to use a builder? B.) Could you also get around the $11000 rule if it was possible to get low enough quotes from trades but do most of the work yourself instead and only use/pay for work you have to such as plumbing (an occupational licenced trade)? I know trades are pretty expensive per hour wise but if you had mates or found a trade that would quote low for jobs just so you could stay under the $11000, couldn’t these be the quotes you went by when estimating the cost for the total job (whose to say their price is too cheap). Also does anyone know if there is a time frame that $11000 cap would stand. For example could you do $11000 of work each month and have a short break or every 6 months, or yearly?