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Even if you’re not receiving rent from a granny flat in your backyard, it could be considered a separate dwelling and not protected by your main residence exemption if it’s not used as an extension of your own home.
Premium Content / June 16, 2014

Dual income opportunity in Ipswich

Even if you’re not receiving rent from a granny flat in your backyard, it could be considered a separate dwelling and not protected by your main residence exemption if it’s not used as an extension of your own home.
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About Kieran Clair

Kieran Clair is the Editor of Australian Property Investor. He had almost 23 years experience as a registered property valuer, freelance writer and commentator before joining API in 2013. After three years as an award-winning journalist with the magazine, he was appointed Editor in 2016.