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100% Auction Success in May

By Craig Sharp

Craig Sharp and the Ray White Metrowest team continue to lift the standards for real estate in the Brisbane western suburbs market.

3 auctions marketed by Ray White Metrowest during may May in the popular Brisbane western suburbs of Auchenflower and Chapel Hill were sold under the hammer and in excess of expectation.  The first to go was a 2 bedroom house in Chapel Hill which was sold to an owner occupier.  This modest property attracted 12 registered bidders on the day and 23 bids resulting in a record sale price for Chapel Hill.

The second western suburbs auction was marketed by Ray White Metro West who sold the modest McIlwraith Street, Auchenflower, property under the hammer – again, above seller’s expectations.  The marketing campaign by Auchenflower real estate agency Ray White Metro West, for 105 Gregory Street, Auchenflower, drew a huge crowd with people spilling on to the street.  There were 7 registered bidders and very competitive bidding culminating in another sale under the hammer and well above the reserve.

“I am very proud of the team for the 100% success rate for May 2013 and our commitment to add value to the western suburbs which is evidenced in the consistently high prices we achieve for our clients”, Craig Sharp said.

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