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Auchenflower Renovator in Demand

By Craig Sharp

105 Gregory Street sits at the lowest part of the street in the idyllic suburb of Auchenflower.   The home was uninhabitable and in desperate need of a full renovation, if not, detonation.

Ray White MetroWest structured a marketing campaign which was cleverly designed to capture the highest number of interested parties and in turn, the highest possible price.

The property attracted strong interest over the 4 week marketing campaign and attracted 48 groups to the property.  There was standing room only on the day of the auction with a crowded front yard including a bus load of interstate investor.   Strong and competitive bidding between 7 parties drove up the price and resulted in a cash unconditional contract on the seller’s terms.

The property sold $55,000 above reserve to a local building syndicate.

This is what Craig Sharp’s happy sellers had to say:

“We engaged Ray White Metro West to sell our property in Auchenflower after receiving a personal recommendation.  Tim was friendly and knowledgeable and kept us up to date and informed throughout the whole process.  He worked hard to stimulate interest in the property in the lead up to the auction and there was a wonderful turn out on the auction day.  The property sold for above the reserve price and our whole family was very pleased with the outcome.”  Amanda Haines and Tim Wyatt
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