Archive for October, 2009

Are we starting to see the benefits of the Geelong Bypass?

Aireys Inlet News


James Worssam

Extremely strong activity in recent weeks has agents talking about the ‘good old days’.

Just this week our agency has received offers from three parties on the one property which has only been on the market for around a week. The end result to the vendor being a sale well above the asking price. Clear evidence of the … Continue Reading »

Great time to grab a Coastal Bargain


James Worssam

According to RP Data Property Pulse, it’s a ‘Great time for buyers to grab a coastal bargain’.

Following is an edited version from the October release:

“For those prospective buyers who have aspired to buy into one of Australia’s coastal lifestyle markets but couldn’t quite afford to do so, now may be a good time to consider your options…. It is … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard – News

 

 

 

 

 

 

James Worssam

More evidence this week of the local market waking from its recent slumber.

Activity on vacant land has been very limited in recent times, however we have sold two blocks this week in the Aireys Inlet/Fairhaven area. One of these was sold within days of listing and was sold off our database to a buyer within 3% of the asking … Continue Reading »

Strength Returns to Coastal Markets


James Worssam 

Whilst there have been some patchy periods in recent times in the coastal property market, there is increasing evidence that the tough times are well and truly behind us.

Recent strong buying activity across all segments of the market has demonstrated the underlying strength of our region. This was underlined by the fantastic result achieved by Great Ocean Road Real Estate … Continue Reading »

Seasonal return of Great Ocean Road Holiday lovers.

The siren of the AFL Grand Final sends a significant message to the coast.

* The 2009 AFL premiership cup again sits proudly in Geelong.
* The third term school holidays vacating are almost complete.
* Visitations and focus of local owners, absentee owners, would-be owners and visitors alike is again re-aligned to “our backyard”.
Many coastal traders report that their businesses are re-born with the … Continue Reading »