Hi everyone, A friend of mine asked me about something their agent has told them about a pre-war property in Brisbane. I didn't know so thought someone here may have some idea. They were approached years ago by a developer who wished to purchase their property for redevelopment due to its proximity to a popular city fringe street. The agent, after suggesting a sale price which they went with, has now told them after a week that they need to drop the sale price by $100k because no developer will buy it because of the restrictions on developing pre-war properties. It is not heritage listed and would not be eligible for being heritage listed I believe based on what they have said. Could anyone advise of what this restriction may be? They feel like the agent might just be looking for a quick sale. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.