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Episode 46: Kris Daff talks about why rent-with-the-option-to-buy is the smart way to address housing issues

May 09, 2020 Kris Daff is the managing director of two progressive building firms focusing on large scale urban renewal projects Season 3 Episode 46
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Episode 46: Kris Daff talks about why rent-with-the-option-to-buy is the smart way to address housing issues
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Episode 46: Kris Daff talks about why rent-with-the-option-to-buy is the smart way to address housing issues
May 09, 2020 Season 3 Episode 46
Kris Daff is the managing director of two progressive building firms focusing on large scale urban renewal projects

Builder and developer Kris Daff is the managing director of two progressive building firms – the first is Make Ventures, a Melbourne-based property development and investment group focusing on large scale urban renewal projects and the second is Assemble Communities, an end-to-end build to rent developer and community manager responsible for the introduction of a new and exciting housing model gaining significant interest across the country.

He explains why the the social, human and societal benefits of building housing for rent-with-the-option-to-buy schemes far outweigh by a wide country mile any arguments over potential lower or for that matter, slower profits. 

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Builder and developer Kris Daff is the managing director of two progressive building firms – the first is Make Ventures, a Melbourne-based property development and investment group focusing on large scale urban renewal projects and the second is Assemble Communities, an end-to-end build to rent developer and community manager responsible for the introduction of a new and exciting housing model gaining significant interest across the country.

He explains why the the social, human and societal benefits of building housing for rent-with-the-option-to-buy schemes far outweigh by a wide country mile any arguments over potential lower or for that matter, slower profits.