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turtie22
20 August 2007
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Aug 20, 2007 4:59 am
i prefer round :lol:
i prefer round
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turtie22
2 August 2007
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Aug 02, 2007 9:29 pm
hi, there is very good info abt the types of soil at http://www.ausdesign.com.au/articles/article42.html. hope that will be useful to you. [/url]
hi, there is very good info abt the types of soil at http://www.ausdesign.com.au/articles/article42.html . hope that wil...
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turtie22
23 July 2007
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Jul 23, 2007 1:16 am
i went to check out alamanda at point cook on sat. the sales person told me that there's gonna be a body corporate fee of $900+/year for the upkeeping of the clubhouse and estate. there are going to be abt 1000 over lots of land in that estate in total. so that's abt $900k/year. i wonder why is so m...
i went to check out alamanda at point cook on sat. the sales person told me that there's gonna be a body corporate fee o...
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turtie22
17 July 2007
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Jul 17, 2007 5:44 pm
yes the land will be released for the first time. i was attracted to a particular block cos i like the location.... it's just opposite the park. and i like the street name too! haha... my nickname is coco... and the street name is coco ave!! *please dont laugh at me* :P anyway am not entirely keen o...
yes the land will be released for the first time. i was attracted to a particular block cos i like the location.... it's...
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turtie22
17 July 2007
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Jul 17, 2007 4:01 pm
thanks everyone for your comments and advise. ewan, pardon my ignorance but could you explain what is a crossover? also, it is better to get a block with no easement? i think i'm hopeless! hahaha.... but i'm learning a lot from everyone's experience.
thanks everyone for your comments and advise. ewan, pardon my ignorance but could you explain what is a crossover? also,...
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turtie22
17 July 2007
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Jul 17, 2007 3:58 pm
thanks everyone for your comments and advise. ewan, pardon my ignorance but could you explain what is a crossover? also, it is better to get a block with no easement? i think i'm hopeless! hahaha.... but i'm learning a lot from everyone's experience.
thanks everyone for your comments and advise. ewan, pardon my ignorance but could you explain what is a crossover? also,...
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turtie22
17 July 2007
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Jul 17, 2007 1:04 pm
Hi, I'm coco. It's the first time i'm posting in this forum. I have been reading a lot and learning frm everyone here. My partner and I are considering buying a block of land and building the house that we want in the western part of Melbourne. We're first time property buyers so we totally have no ...
Hi, I'm coco. It's the first time i'm posting in this forum. I have been reading a lot and learning frm everyone here. M...
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