Archive for September, 2011

Aireys Inlet Real Estate Open Inspections Grand Final Weekend

Aireys Inlet Real Estate Open Inspections Grand Final Weekend

Despite the fact that it is school holidays we expect half of the weekend to be quiet in real estate in Aireys Inlet and on the coast.

With the Cats and the Pies doing battle on Saturday, most will be glued to a radio or TV to watch the big game.

Aireys Inlet – Our Backyard

Sensational spring weather has adorned the Surf Coast this week and it seems that the better weather is having an effect on property markets locally. Although it was a relatively subdued winter, and a
recently.
The recent sale of 17 Alice Street, Aireys Inlet is a case in point. This double storey beach house has been the family holiday house for well over twenty years. It was listed … Continue Reading »

Aireys Inlet Real Estate Open Home Inspections September 17 – 18

Aireys Inlet Real Estate Open Home Inspections September 17 – 18
DUD AUCTION BUYER SUCCESSFULLY SUED
An auction ‘buyer’ whose cheque for the 10 per cent deposit bounced was successfully sued by the home’s owners in the NSW Supreme Court.
The Sydney house, based in Collaroy, was initially sold for $2.3 million to Lily Gubbay, beating two other bidders.
But, as The Daily Telegraph reported, Ms Gubbay left a dud cheque for the compulsory 10 per cent … Continue Reading »

Aireys Inlet Real Estate Open Houses

Aireys Inlet Real Estate Open Houses
After months of pre-season training, the NAB cup and twenty-four rounds of the home and away season, we finally get down to the
team, and anyone playing Collingwood! Good luck to seven teams this weekend and GO THE MIGHTY SAINTS!
Aireys Inlet Real Estate Open houses this weekend
Saturday 10th September
11:00am – 11:45am Lot 36 Narani Way, FairhavenContinue Reading »

There are signs that the real estate market activity is steadying

Aireys Inlet Real Estate News
The Melbourne median house price weakened marginally over the July quarter, falling 0.9 per cent, according to the latest Australian Property Monitors data.
But although, over the past year, Melbourne’s median house price has fallen 2.9 per cent, the results are nonetheless encouraging for market stabilisation, as the median actually rose 30 per cent over the 18 months between January 2009 and June 2010.
And despite buyer activity … Continue Reading »