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Weather fails to dampen buyer’s spirits

Real estate & property news
29 October 2022
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It’s beginning to feel like the most common question on the lips of Melbourne residents lately is “When will this #^*@& rain stop?”

So it would be understandable if the seemingly never-ending rain and its ongoing impact on so many events around Melbourne, from the cricket to the fashionistas at Flemington, might have got people thinking that buyer activity in the City of Hume might have been dampened as well.

However, our team at Barry Plant Gladstone Park are continuing to experience consistent buyer activity in all areas and price ranges, resulting in some excellent sales results despite Mother Nature’s best efforts to disrupt things.

One recent sale was a prime example of this. Originally scheduled for auction in November, the elevated four-bedroom, two-bathroom home nestled at the end of Ninda Court in Westmeadows made a strong impression from the moment it hit the market, particularly with younger families. No matter what the weather was doing, people wanted to inspect this property.

The open plan design provided a level of flexibility that families found appealing, whilst the location close to Broadmeadows Valley Park with its cycling trails and wide open spaces certainly had plenty of attraction for this market segment as well.

In fact, the early interest in this one produced several buyers who were keen to secure the keys before the planned auction, with the SOLD sign going up early after the convincing offer of $665,000 sealed the deal.

With results like these being achieved so regularly at the moment, local homeowners are able to approach a Spring sale with confidence and positivity.

Thus, if you’d like to discuss your own options and your potential result in the current climate, be sure to touch base with our experienced team of local experts at Barry Plant Gladstone Park by giving us a call this week on 9330 1088.


Nick Pugliese - Sales Manager

and Bill Karp - Director

Barry Plant Real Estate

Gladstone Park

Real estate & property news
29 October 2022
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