Anale House is an Australian property developer that bought a former Victorian home in Melbourne’s northern suburbs and turned it into an upscale pizza house.
The property, which was built in 2014, has been on the market since November.
But anale house paid $12,000 for the home, according to the Adelaide Advertiser.
The developer had also been seeking to buy another property at the property, and was planning to build a second one.
But in February 2018, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) launched a complaint about the property and the alleged breaches of the Fair Trading Act.
The company was fined $1,000.
“We’re very pleased that the commission has been able to act and put an end to the unlawful behaviour of analehouse,” ACCC chairman Rod Sims said.
In a statement to the ABC, anale House said the company was “deeply disappointed” with the outcome of the complaint. “
Our customers have been very pleased with the changes to the property.”
In a statement to the ABC, anale House said the company was “deeply disappointed” with the outcome of the complaint.
“While we respect the court’s findings, we would like to reassure all our customers that we fully comply with the Fair Trade Act, and will continue to do so.”