However, it was interesting to see a couple of different data sources this week that have confirmed that this growing strength in buyer demand is much broader in scope than just our local market.
One of these sources of market information is the Barry Plant network itself. Being a member of Melbourne’s most successful real estate sales network gives us a huge edge in many areas of our business, and one of these is access to up-to-the-minute data on what is happening across the Melbourne property market from people with “hands-on knowledge” of the market, our network colleagues.
In case you missed the back cover of the Realestate lift-out in the Herald-Sun on Saturday, (June 6th), our network reported almost 6400 buyer inspections in the space of just one week towards the end of May. Buyer traffic like this confirms just how strong demand is in the current market.
We also saw some updated numbers during the week from realestate.com.au, Australia’s largest real estate portal. This data showed that searches for properties for sale on their website have been steadily increasing. In fact, search activity has increased for the past nine weeks in a row, to the extent that buyer searches have more than doubled over that period!
When you add in the further easing of restrictions on attendance numbers at Open Houses and Auctions this week, it’s not surprising that the team at Barry Plant Thomastown has been busy again this week putting smiles on the faces of clients across the northern suburbs.
The most important thing to keep in mind if you are thinking about making a move in the current market is that there are clearly good numbers of buyers around right now. The key to achieving a great result in this situation comes down to a well-planned marketing strategy and having an experienced negotiator acting on your behalf. So, if you’d like a confidential discussion about the current opportunities, you can give us a call this week on 9466 3233.
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