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Auction Results

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357

Sold At Auction

110

Sold Before Auction

0

Sold After Auction

278

Private Sales

118

Passed In

46

Passed In Vendor Bid

26

Withdrawn

22

Postponed

348

No Results

81%

Clearance Rate Houses

77%

Clearance Rate Units

509

Total Auction Volume ($M)

227

Total Private sales Volume ($M)

Last Updated: 29 Nov 2020 05:58 PM

Top Houses

Address Price
7 Neath St SURREY HILLS $4,005,000
56 Patterson St MIDDLE PARK $3,900,000
9 Ardmillan Rd MOONEE PONDS $3,200,000
72 Ramsden St CLIFTON HILL $3,115,000
7 Leura St SURREY HILLS $3,100,000

Top Apartments

Address Price
1401/318 Russell St MELBOURNE $1,680,000
1/24 Dickens St GLEN IRIS $1,412,000
34A Cedar St CAULFIELD SOUTH $1,300,000
2/36 Northcote Av CAULFIELD NORTH $1,300,000
4/7 Alexandra Av SOUTH YARRA $1,256,000

Bargain Houses

Address Price
12/358 Sydenham Rd SYDENHAM $372,000
1/9 Dobell Cr WERRIBEE $380,000
3 Bushfield Cr COOLAROO $435,000
23 Salisbury St WERRIBEE $491,000
9 Cosmos St DROMANA $510,000

Bargain Apartments

Address Price
4/63-65 Staughton St MELTON SOUTH $195,000
30/437 Ballarat Rd SUNSHINE $226,500
2/468 Kooyong Rd CAULFIELD SOUTH $275,000
8/17 Arnott St ORMOND $317,000
10/5 Simpson St NORTHCOTE $360,000

Last Updated: 29 Nov 2020 05:58 PM

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November 20 2020

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