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Stink of politicians and property developers hard to wash away

2020-10-22T15:16:54+11:00

21 OCTOBER 2020 We had no idea how far the disease had spread until the autopsy was carried out. We’d known something was wrong because there was no mistaking that pungent smell of rot and decay. But when we peered into those dark cavities after the first incision was made and the fragile skin had been peeled back, the full horror of it all became clear. By then, the culprit was long [...]

Stink of politicians and property developers hard to wash away2020-10-22T15:16:54+11:00

How to add value to an entire apartment block

2020-11-18T12:13:57+11:00

20 August 2020 Getting all owners in an apartment complex to agree to extensive renovations requires much more than the power of persuasion. A commercial mindset, an active and competent body corporate and good timing are also essential. Licensed real estate agent and auctioneer Craig Rosevear, who has been closely involved in the external transformation of the three blocks of 14 apartments where he is an owner, suggests treating the project as [...]

How to add value to an entire apartment block2020-11-18T12:13:57+11:00

The European Cities Using the Pandemic As a Cure for Airbnb

2020-11-18T12:02:51+11:00

13 AUGUST 2020 If you walked the streets of Lisbon at the end of last year, just after Portugal voted to reelect its surprisingly successful center/left coalition government, it wouldn’t take long to notice something strange. The people spilling out of the capital’s beautiful old apartment buildings were very often, very obviously, tourists — not locals on their way to work, but usually groups of well-to-do 20-somethings looking for an upscale [...]

The European Cities Using the Pandemic As a Cure for Airbnb2020-11-18T12:02:51+11:00

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