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Different, but still Spring

Real estate & property news
11 September 2021
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Clearly, this hasn’t been the typical start to the Spring market that the City of Hume has experienced in previous years, with buyers still unable to walk through the door and some sellers having to resort to taking their own photos in order to get their properties on the internet.

However, despite the challenges, this week’s results have had a familiar ‘Spring flavour’ to them, even if they have involved a reduced volume due to the restrictions.

Once again this week, our team was able to achieve a 100 per cent auction success rate for our vendors through the use of online auction technology, whilst several strong sales were achieved during the week with the assistance of virtual inspections.

Some of our most recent results included:

Greenvale: 34 Mossgiel Avenue. Making the most of distinctive Federation styling cues to present a grand façade to its prime corner location, this elegant four-bedroom single-level home (pictured) featured a number of heritage influenced interior features, from the arched entrance hallway to the mantled fireplaces and ceiling rosettes. Close to the soon to be opened Greenvale Secondary school, this was another successful sale that attracted strong buyer interest without any physical inspections.

Greenvale: 21 Padova Drive. Making a real statement in style from the moment you pulled up outside, this substantial five-bedroom double-storey Porter Davis-built home was located close to Napoli Park in the Providence Estate. Competitive mid-week negotiations saw the SOLD sign go up at $1.195 million.

Mickleham: Frangipani Way. The strength of demand for brand new low maintenance homes from both first-time buyers and investors was demonstrated once again with the sale of two more properties in the up-and-coming Botanical Estate. Offering a turn-key solution for young families, these properties both sold in the $400,000’s.

Airport West: 78 Bowes Avenue. This potential-packed two-bedroom home on a centrally positioned block of around 696sqm attracted 10 registered bidders to Saturday’s online auction. A competitive bidding duel saw the price rise to just under $1.1 million, well above our happy vendor’s reserve.

Don’t forget, if you are planning a Spring sale of your own this year, the door is now open to get a jump on all those other sellers who are holding off until inspection restrictions have eased. If you’d like a confidential on how to time your sale to maximise your result, feel free to give us a call this week at Barry Plant Gladstone Park on 9330 1088.

Best wishes,

Nick Pugliese - Sales Director

and Bill Karp - Director

Barry Plant Real Estate

Gladstone Park

Real estate & property news
11 September 2021
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