NSW Strata Laws Hold Big Changes For Sydney

Set to come into force at the end of November, New South Wales’ new strata laws are set to open up prime development opportunities in Sydney.  Included in the new legislation is the allowance for an entire strata scheme to be sold if 75%, rather than 100%, of owners agree to the sale, which real estate services firm CBRE believes will be big news for Sydney’s property market.     Read the article……………


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