Archive for March, 2012

Our Backyard – Aireys Inlet

Welcome to Aireys Inlet
Whilst still subdued, there continues to be signs of an improving property market. Our market will tend to lag behind the Melbourne market when the market there is picking up, and often leads Melbourne when the market is cooling.
I was reading a blog from a Melbourne inner city agent I know, and he described how he believed that buyer enquiry levels were increasing back to … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard – Aireys Inlet

Welcome to Aireys Inlet.
I alluded last week to a significant listing coming up for sale in Aireys Inlet. I can now reveal to you that the property is Inlet Lodge at 26-28 Inlet Crescent.
Inlet Lodge was previously used as a guesthouse and is one of the closest properties to the beach in Aireys Inlet. It also possesses views right down the coast to Lorne and even to … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard – Anglesea

A wet few days on the Great Ocean Road this week, and although sales activity remains subdued, the level of genuine buyer enquiry seems to be increasing.
There are some good signs starting to emerge from the Melbourne market, especially in the first home buyer market which is a critical barometer in any real estate market. When first home buyers start confidently acquiring units and houses, it’s usually a … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard – Aireys Inlet

A wet few days on the Great Ocean Road this week, and although sales activity remains subdued, the level of genuine buyer enquiry seems to be increasing.
There are some good signs starting to emerge from the Melbourne market, especially in the first home buyer market which is a critical barometer in any real estate market. When first home buyers start confidently acquiring units and houses, it’s usually a telltale … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard – Aireys Inlet

Have we bottomed out?  Is the worst behind us?  It’s too early to say, but buyer enquiry has certainly increased and there are plenty of
along theGreat Ocean Road.
It is likely that two interest rate cuts late last year have been contributing factors.
Australia’s largest mortgage broker, AFG recorded a 40% rise in national mortgage sales in January.
 Whilst the beach house market won’t be the first beneficiary of these changes, it … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard – Aireys Inlet

 
Things might still be tough, but according to a Real Estate Business Sentiment Survey, more real estate principals are feeling in a better economic position that last quarter.
One third of participants felt the economy was performing better than last quarter.  The majority of Australia’s real estate professionals continue to lament the federal governments handling of the economy.
According to the survey 81.9% said they weren’t impressed by the federal governments management … Continue Reading »