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Discussion in 'Where to Buy' started by VMR, 10th May, 2016.

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  1. VMR

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    oh indeed.
     
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    ... Are they selling a road?
     
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    Looks like an alley way - so random
     
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    I think this was for sale around a year ago for $10k
     
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    Why would you buy it??
     
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    Cricket pitch
     
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    So that's how I buy 10 IPs a year..
     
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    The agent gives the best reason I could think of, basically if you want to be a politician in that area (it's one of WA's most affluent areas).
     
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    I'd buy it.

    Then when no 16 and 18 come time to develop i own the rear lane access! They'll come begging like they all do!

    Disclaimer i didn't read what I'm buying like any good slum lord :D i just look at pictures
     
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    And people still complain about how expensive it is to get into the property market...:D
     
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    Should be able to get 3 x 40 foot containers end to end, then a few more stacked up on top for ocean views!
    Who's the sucker now! :D
     
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    Perfect aspect for a spaghetti farm.
     
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    That's the dream isn't it? To have some cash to splash on out there ideas that have some cool potential.
    Be interesting to see more detail but isn't it likely to stay as a lane?
     
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    Yes - and I wonder if the tactic could be applied in other areas... I doubt it, but the idea of making an offer subject to planning approval could be a good way to avoid holding costs