Forget Winter, Spring is coming, and it will be huge

I attended 2 auctions in flogging rain on Saturday. The first in North Melbourne saw a single fronted Victorian home go under the hammer. In the freezing cold and rain and not enough space inside the home, around 50 people stood outside and waited for the auctioneer. A previous offer of $725k had been rejected […]

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Are all property contracts made equal?

Clearance rates are not dropping, and they are simply not likely to anytime in the near future. Listening to Channel Nine’s Ross Greenwood this morning I heard him talk about the need for another 2.5M dwellings in the next 15 years. And considering we are now only at 9M, that is nearly 30% more than […]

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How to manage Selling Agents who underquote

Agents who quote very low do so in order to disrupt a competitor’s auction or private sale. They do it to bring potential buyers to their property instead of them going to another. If 2 similar properties were going to auction, with similar attributes, land size etc and if they are worth about $600k, with […]

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