Property Managers

Sydney properties sell for up to $6 million as more sellers put homes under the hammer

This Vaucluse house on Derby St sold for $6.025 million at auction.

Homebuyers paid up to $6 million under the hammer in what was a week of mixed results for Sydney property auctions.

Preliminary results showed nearly 67 per cent of auctions produced a sale over the past week based on 332 declared results.

There were a total 614 auctions – an increase from last week and about 100 more than were held over the same week last year, according to CoreLogic. It was also close to double the volume of auctions scheduled in early May.

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Live the high life at this exclusive Newtown home with six bedrooms and a cool room

What a cracking backyard at 22 Aphrasia St, Newtown.

THIS stunning six-bedroom residence, complete with its own cool room, is in a class of its own.

The split-level home is ripe and ready for a new family to take over the keys (oh, and let’s just say, new owners can expect plenty of visitors).

Whitford, Newtown agent Dale Whitford said the architect-designed home at 22 Aphrasia St was built about a decade ago for a large family that liked to entertain.

The immaculate residence is listed with a price guide of $3.5 million to $3.8 million.


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Morning Star Estate, Mt Eliza: ‘Hollywood money’ eyes listing

Morning Star Estate is in sights of cashed-up Aussies overseas.

US-based buyers are already circling Mt Eliza’s famed Morning Star estate, which hit the market for $40 million late last week.

“There’s Hollywood money looking, and money out of New York and Chicago,” Michael Keating International director Michael Keating said.

“They’re all Aussie expats. COVID-19 is making Aussies overseas realise just how wonderful a place they’ve got at home.”

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A Look At What Supports The Property Market Amid Fears Of A Collapse

It has been more than three months since the coronavirus crisis wreaked havoc on the Australian economy, and while we are yet to see the full impact on the property market, cracks are appearing in its foundations.

Australia’s property market remains steady for now, but there are cracks in its foundations. Picture:

But whether or not a property market collapse is on the cards depends on three key drivers – employment, population growth and consumer confidence – all of which have taken a hit amid the pandemic.

Protecting these three pillars is therefore vital in preventing a property market

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Architect designed homes the best of inner city Canberra living

No. 54a Jacka Crescent, Campbell, is one of the properties for sale.

Sleek and stylish, these brand-new, meticulously-designed homes command attention from the outset.

The three residences on the dress circle site at 54 Jacka Crescent in Campbell marry family living with timeless charm in Canberra’s inner north. Two of the three homes remain for sale.

The house at 54a – dubbed ‘The Statesman’ – is set on a 526sqm block with 300sqm of living space, while 54b – ‘The Esquire’ – offers 289sqm of living space on a 392sqm lot.

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