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Buyers still finding traction despite the wet conditions

Real estate & property news
29 October 2022
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With the seemingly never-ending rain continuing to have an impact on so many events around Melbourne, from the cricket to the fashionistas at Flemington, you might have thought that buyer activity in the City of Moonee Valley might have been dampened as well.

However, our team at Barry Plant Moonee Valley is 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.

Several of our recent results have proven the resilience and determination of today’s homebuyers, such as:

Airport West: 35 Highlands Avenue. Set on a lovely deep block of around 558sqm, this largely original three-bedroom home (pictured) promised to provide a potential-filled starting point for those buyers keen on undertaking an extensive renovation project or perhaps even starting over by building something new. Competitive mid-week negotiations saw the SOLD sign go up at $775,000.

Moonee Ponds: 1/106 Bent Street. Combining a generosity of space with a clear commitment to an easy maintenance lifestyle, this three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence was a pleasure to inspect with its high ceilings, polished hardwood floors and stylish stone and stainless steel kitchen. Enjoying an appealing Moonee Ponds address, this one was sold via productive negotiations during the week.

Niddrie: 11 Hanson Street. Similar to the sale in Highlands Avenue above, this modest three-bedroom home attracted buyer interest more for its future than its current condition. Set on around 650sqm of land with easy access to quality schooling options, this potential-packed property found new owners during the week at $850,000.

With results like these being achieved on a daily basis by our team, there are so many reasons for local homeowners 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 Moonee Valley this week on 9319 1700.


Bill Karp

Director – Barry Plant Real Estate

Keilor East, Essendon & Gladstone Park

Real estate & property news
29 October 2022
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