You might be wondering if you can do a dual occupancy on one title or if it has to be titled separately.
In this video, Colin Fragar, our founder and CEO, talks about how dual occupancies and provides resources for more information.
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Or for those that prefer to read, here is a transcript of the video…
So here’s what you need to know about a dual occupancy on one title. My name is Colin Fragar from Council Approval Group.
A dual occupancy by definition is actually on one title. So that is not commonly known.
Often we think of dual occupancy as having a common wall in the middle and it’s separated into two titles. However, more often than not dual occupancy is on one title.
Guide to Dual Occupancies
First, if you would like to learn more about dual occupancies and the various rules around them, whether one title or two titles and whether they’re attached or detached, please grab a copy of Your Ultimate Guide To Council Approval. Moreover, it even has some case studies in there for you.
Take the Next Step
If you are serious about moving forward and you would like to know more about how the Council Approval Group can assist you, please give us a call and book in for an appointment. Perhaps you want to have a conversation about what the highest and best use is for your property.
That appointment is what we call a free consult. We’ll go through with you. We will find out what your ambitions are, and what you’re trying to achieve. Finally, it’ll allow us to paint a picture for a roadmap for you and help you to work out your next step.
My name is Colin Fragar. Thanks for watching.