Report dishes out housing advice
Wednesday 4 February 2004
Those who own or live in apartments and terraced houses may not be aware of the issues involved, says a new report from the Auckland Regional Growth Forum.
By The LandlordBodies Corporate and Housing Intensification in Auckland: A Preliminary Assessment contains information aimed at anybody involved in developing, maintaining, running or living in an apartment or terraced housing complex.
The report says that buying into an apartment or terraced house involves a number of "unstated obligations".
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