Strata News- May

By May 29, 2020News

All the best strata news from May 2020

COVID-19 (coronavirus):

Body corporate guide: how to best survive coronavirus

New reality? Coronavirus rules see apartment residents face 30-minute wait for elevators

How will your apartment block handle COVID-19 levies?

What will your dog do when you return to work?

Body corp disputes increase in isolation

Why coronavirus must not stop Australia creating denser cities

Don’t rush to roll back restrictions

 

Defects Crisis:

Mascot Towers owners flag interest in sale of entire building

Improving consumer confidence in apartments rests on making information about defects available 

 

AIRBNB/ Short-term letting:

Get ready for the great Airbnb rebound

How to handle the holiday let threat to your homes

Key to unwelcome ‘guests’ and overcrowded flats is at your fingertips

It’s finished’: Coronavirus disrupts Airbnb and smashes Australian listings

 

Pets in Strata

Sydney apartment buildings win the fight against pets on appeal

VCAT paves way for hunting dog to live in city pad as state’s new ‘pet laws’ bite

 

Other:

Keep your distance and your safety procedures in check, experts urge

Rental vacancy rates record highest monthly jump in over a decade

Coast resident knocks back body corporate challenge to ‘ugly’ panels

Strata lawyers need to dial down the TV drama

Collective sales- Developer offers 85m for the Chimes in Potts Point

Apartment rethink: Why low-income earners need access to more open space

Quality of life in high-density apartments varies. Here are 6 ways to improve it

The design issues to keep on your radar when apartment hunting

 

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