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Vendors benefitting from extra exposure.

Real estate & property news
06 March 2021
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Once again this week we saw several happy vendors reaping the benefits of the additional exposure our network is able to provide in today’s competitive market.

In case you missed it, the latest numbers were printed in the Realestate lift-out in Saturday’s Herald-Sun, confirming that the Barry Plant network is able to generate five million viewers per month through our extensive digital footprint…that’s quite an advantage for a keen seller, isn’t it.

Coverage like this helps our team to achieve so many great sales results for our vendors. Here’s a small cross-section of some recent results:

Airport West: Bowes Avenue. Privately positioned at the rear of a boutique group of three, a neat three-bedroom single-level villa unit attracted interest from a variety of buyers ranging from downsizers to first home buyers. Saturday’s auction produced a satisfying sale at $655,000.

Avondale Heights: Cannes Avenue. Making the most of a prime location close to the Maribyrnong River trails, this potential-filled three-bedroom home reaped the benefit of a competitive auction, with five bidders pushing the price more than $100,00 above expectations. In fact, the second bid of $800,000 had the property ‘on the market’, but it kept going all the way to $920,000!

Essendon: Mary Street. This much-admired Essendon location, close to Buckley Park, added to the appeal of a light-filled three-bedroom townhouse. A strong buyer response produced a productive sale at $962,500.

Niddrie: Hotham Road. The opportunity to secure a potential-filled three-bedroom home on a prime corner allotment of over 650sqm in this popular Niddrie neighbourhood produced plenty of interest from upgrading families as well as several local builders and developers. The bidding opened at $1.2 million, which immediately had the property ‘on the market’, but the gavel didn’t fall until a remarkable $1.454 million!

Niddrie: Jackson Street. Proximity to quality schools as well as vibrant Keilor Road made this well presented three-bedroom home on more than 650sqm of land a popular auction. In the end, eight separate bidders raised their hands in an extraordinary auction that saw 118 bids before the SOLD sign finally went up at $1.541 million…more than $220,000 above expectations.

The key message for anyone considering selling in the City of Moonee Valley or surrounding suburbs is that if you are interested in find out what that extra coverage could mean to your own result, it’s as easy as giving our team at Barry Plant Moonee Valley a call this week on 9373 0000.

We look forward to chatting with you.


Bill Karp

Director – Barry Plant Real Estate

Essendon & Keilor East

Real estate & property news
06 March 2021
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