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Watch For Underquoting – Again!

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The stats don’t lie. Auction clearance rates are down. There is more stock coming on to the market and days on market are stretching. Not exactly Doomsday, but certainly undergoing a correction with balance being restored to the Sydney housing market. I believe there will be at least only single digit growth and possibly double […]

Inner West State Of Play

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I’m seeing a bit of a change in the Inner West market. Interestingly, stock numbers are still low but the clearance rates and sensibility seems to be correcting. It’s good to see that main roads, flight paths and various other less desirable attributes are coming back into play now when making a buying decision. It […]

Styling & Staging

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I inspect many properties every day. I see the best of the best and sometimes the worst of the worst. I always find that the better the presentation of the home, the better result or price it fetches on sale day. I am a big believer that a home has a heart. If you are […]

The Ugly Truth about Granny Flats article debunked

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Propertunity response to this article which appeared on http://www.realestate.com.au/news/the-ugly-truth-behind-homeowners-growing-obsession-with-granny-flats Tim McIntyre: Before you start staking out your yard, you should make sure a granny flat will suit your situation, because once it’s built, both buildings are on the one title and can’t be sold separately. Propertunity: That’s true. Tim McIntyre: This means far less potential […]

Auctions – Beginners Guide

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A majority of the hot spots in Sydney are primarily auction based in their preferred method of sale. This isn’t a coincidence. The vendors that are selling their property most likely bought the property at auction and prepare to sell via the same method. There are 3 phases to a successfully marketed auction property. 1. […]