This is a question that has puzzled many people as they look at the many kirinaks that were built in the 1980s and 1990s.
This holiday home was built in Karameau, just outside of Melbourne, for the wealthy families of Melbourne who had moved to the Sunshine State from Queensland.
It has been described as a ‘private retreat’, but this description has since been replaced by a different meaning as the family was still in Australia when it was built.
In 2009, an ABC investigation revealed that the family who owned the home, the Karamesa Holiday Homes, had moved out and moved back to Melbourne.
It is believed that they had bought the property from a local family and lived there for a number of years, and then sold it in order to get a better deal on a house.
Now, a new ABC investigation has revealed that an investigation into the past of the family’s estate found that the Karamas were planning on building a new home in the suburb of Karratha.
They were hoping to buy a house in the area and were looking to do a large scale remodel, the ABC reported.
However, when the family purchased the property, the property manager of the property company, Robert Karamas, said that there was no need for the house and he and his family were going to build their own home in Karrathans new backyard.
However the new owner was not satisfied with this new home and decided to move the family out of the area, the report said.
The owner of the Karama Holiday Homes said that they were not looking to leave the area but wanted to be closer to their families.
Robert Karama said the new home was not for sale, and he had asked the property owner to sell it for $1 million, but he said that the property was sold for $500,000 in a bid to pay for the renovations.
The new owners, who were living in the newly built house, also claimed that they would never want to leave.
The property manager said the house was worth about $1.5 million and he believed it was worth $3.5 to $4 million, and that the renovations were needed to complete the home’s renovations.
It was also reported that the new owners were planning to demolish the house but they said that this was not happening, and they had only completed one renovation.
The house has since gone on to become the largest home in Victoria with $5.7 million in upgrades and renovations.
According to the report, the renovations would cost around $400,000.
The renovations have been a big blow to the Karams.
The renovation will cost $1,600,000 and the cost will include $400 for painting and $400 to finish the house’s interior.
This will mean the house will be worth about half the value it was in 2010.
The family have now made the decision to move out of Karlath, and will move into a smaller house in Karameau.
A spokesperson for Robert Karames said that Mr Karamas had not been paid a cent and that he had not even contacted the Karamases and the property agent in order for the project to be completed.
“He did not contact the agent to get the funds and we were never given any contact information,” the spokesperson said.
“The renovations were completed and we paid the property owners to do the work, but the house had not yet been sold.”
The Karamas will be moving into a new house with renovations planned for next year, the spokesperson added.
This is not the first time that a family has gone on a property binge, as the Karamaras’ current home in Melbourne was also bought for $400k in the 1970s.