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BUYING IN: Damian Collins says property syndication opportunities are opening up across the metropolitan area. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Policy changes boost syndicates

The state government’s push for apartment and townhouse developments, as well as increased appetite among home buyers for high-density housing, is creating substantial opportunity for residential property syndicates.

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