Eastern suburbs home of Max Brenner franchisees in the spotlight

Eastern suburbs home of Max Brenner franchisees in the spotlight
Eastern suburbs home of Max Brenner franchisees in the spotlight

There was movement on the title of the eastern suburbs trophy home of Tom Haikin and his wife, Lilly, as the Max Brenner’s Australian franchisee went into voluntary liquidation last week.

It’s been reputedly sold for more than $30 million, although the two caveats lodged on title involved unregistered loans, and were not from a mystery buyer.

The title had four formal mortgages, with the NAB as first mortgagee on the 3000 square metre holding which last traded in 2010 for $23 million.

Wentworth Capital is the second mortgagee, then Citadel Group, then Glenn Wein’s Zajasam Pty Ltd.

Last week, Yael and Amnon Weiler placed a caveat on the title pursuant to a late 2016 loan agreement. Prospa Advance also placed a caveat last week over a late 2017 loan.

The property was being offered to buyers for $33 million earlier this year.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

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