Archive for May, 2017

Our Backyard – Aireys Inlet

Welcome to Aireys Inlet

After a rather mild autumn, the winter weather patterns have hit the coast.  As I write the roads are wet and the wind is cool, however there is still a healthy level of activity around the township.  My family and I enjoyed Mother’s Day at the Aireys Inlet Pub this year and just to be on the safe side I booked us a table through their new … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard – Aireys Inlet

Despite the cooling weather, the local property market remains warm to hot. Low stock levels in certain price ranges are seeing demand for some properties result in multiple parties bidding.

I recently had two buyers offer a price on 13 Anderson Street, Aireys Inlet which was acceptable to the vendor.  In order to avoid a messy ‘Dutch Auction’, I arranged for both parties to meet at the property and we had … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard – Aireys Inlet


Underquoting Changes

After much media over the years regarding underquoting, the Victorian government has brought in new rules which will take effect on May 1st.

According to Consumer Affairs Victoria, underquoting occurs when an agent misleads a prospective buyer about the likely selling price of a property. Underquoting may also occur when a property is advertised or quoted to a prospective buyer at a price that is less than:

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Our Backyard – Aireys Inlet

Rain, rain and more rain this week, but it didn’t stop a hardy few who gathered on the beach at Moggs Creek on Tuesday morning for what has become a small but solemn gathering for the Anzac Day dawn service.

The rotten weather prevented the traditional bbq and breakfast from being cooked on the beach, but a flag was hoisted on a makeshift flag pole and a large radio broadcast the … Continue Reading »