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Another 100% result proves possibilities

Real estate & property news
25 June 2022
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Yes, we’re clearly in the middle of a chilly Melbourne winter. But, as we’ve been saying for several weeks now, that isn’t a reason to assume that the property market in the City of Hume will go into hibernation.

In fact, not only was our team able to achieve another 100% auction success rate for our vendors this week, but we saw some solid numbers of SOLD signs going up in our area through a variety of marketing strategies, from auctions sold on the day and prior to the day, to one-on-one negotiations and quiet off-market campaigns.

Here’s a summary of some of the recent activity:

Attwood: 10 Lockhart Avenue. A quiet family neighbourhood and a delightfully functional four-bedroom floorplan proved to be a popular combination. Competitive early interest saw this auction campaign come to an early conclusion, with the contracts being inked at $835,000.

Attwood: 22 Tollkeepers Parade. Originally scheduled for auction this weekend, this Federation-influenced single-level home in the Alanbrae Estate (pictured) was our second big result in this popular street in the space of a few weeks. A convincing early offer of $845,000 did the deal.

Craigieburn: 7 Oakville Place. The value of patient post-auction negotiations was evident in the sale of this charming three-bedroom home in the Mt Ridley Estate. The sold sign went up on Monday after the decision was made to keep talking after last Saturday’s auction.

Mickleham: 25 Lokeport Parkway. This near-new four-bedroom home surrounded by a family-friendly abundance of parkland was another to enjoy a strong early sale. The keys changed hands at $680,000 prior to this week’s scheduled auction.

Westmeadows: 2/33 Kenny Street. This modern four-bedroom, three-bathroom town residence was the only one of this week’s scheduled auctions to make it to auction day, producing a pleasing sale for our happy vendors.

If results like these have got you wondering about just how well your own property could do in the current market, why not give us a call this week at Barry Plant Gladstone Park on 9330 1088.


Nick Pugliese - Sales Director

and Bill Karp - Director

Barry Plant Real Estate

Gladstone Park

Real estate & property news
25 June 2022
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