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  • Profile photo of morgstarmorgstar
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    I am looking at buying a IP in the area and bolster the yield by adding a granny flat, has anyone done such a thing with the council in Orange i would love to hear from you.


    Profile photo of thecrestthecrest
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    Here’s someone who’d know – this guy helps people and deserves a plug. Anthony Daintith in Orange.

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    Profile photo of sam2011sam2011
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    wow i cant believe i just saw your post. I have an ip in orange and was thinking about granny flats last week. I havent started my research into it yet, but have a friend who is partnering up to build granny flats…not sure what the rental income would be though. any ideas?

    Profile photo of BrazenBrazen
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    I arranged the approval for the local NSW Housing manager in Orange last year. He built a 2-storey granny flat with a local builder. If you contact me i can give you his number- I'm sure he can give you some valuable insights into choosing a local builder as well.

    I think with Cadia Gold Mine and other mining works in the areas towards Wellington, rental incomes are quite strong in Orange.


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