Ten sure signs if a strata block should be avoided

They say the key to buying property is choosing the worst house in the best street. This does not apply to unit blocks where the block IS effectively the street – it just happens to be vertical.  So if you want to avoid buying the best unit in the worst building – and that’s usually somewhere that is badly managed by the strata committee or their manager – here are some of the more obvious signs that you might want to look elsewhere.      Read the article…………


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