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Double jabbers to get $10k discount on apartments

Brent Melville
Thu, 07 Oct 2021

Double jabbers to get $10k discount on apartments
Property developer Urban Collective's development director Kelly McEwan says it's about saving businesses and jobs. (Image: Supplied)
Brent Melville
Thu, 07 Oct 2021
Property developer Urban Collective will kick back $10,000 to off-plan buyers at its upmarket Wonder Apartments in Eden Terrace – if they’ve been double vaccinated.One of the latest firms to get on the vaccination bandwagon, the developer says it will refund the money as a lump sum to buyers who sign a purchase contract between now and Dec 15. If they’re able to show they've been double vaccinated by then.For the record, the entry-level price for a one-bedroom, 46 square metre apartment at the 90 unit France St development...

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