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  • Profile photo of wrappackwrappack
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    Just thought I would do a shameless plug (not my product. Property Development Secrets revealed + toolbox, from “yourproject”. Seems well written (but havent really looked at the toolbox yet!

    Can anyone suggest any other web sites/books/courses etc, on starting out in property development? I am most interested in dual occs, and townhouses, not units or commercial

    Any help much appreciated.

    Profile photo of calroncalron
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    I’m on that website too.

    I have just bought with my brother a large block of land which now has 230 or so DA approved blocks..

    Couldn’t have done it without yourproject.com.au either…

    If your interested in commericial developement or similar, I am going to have 2 commercial blocks soon for JV.. Let’s talk…

    Cheers

    chris

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    Profile photo of wealth4life.comwealth4life.com
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    Yes i am developing and have written a 440 page manual, there are many people out there promising the world, i believe that you should be able to deliver all the necessary content with out the silly $3,000.00 plus seminars out there. any more than $300.00 is too much in my opinion. … regards Phil

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    Profile photo of wrappackwrappack
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    Good to hear of some replies!

    Carlon, sounds like you have done a beauty! May I be so rude as to ask with regards to your 230 blocks, how big was the original land, approximate location, and approx. costs and approx time in getting through council?

    Resid. wealth- would be v interested in reading the manual- I could even proof read it for you!
    A bit of advice, I would have case study after case study after case study after case study after case study (Okay, you get the general idea!) The more details, maps, figures, the better!

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