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306

Sold At Auction

77

Sold Before Auction

1

Sold After Auction

145

Private Sales

385

Passed In

204

Passed In Vendor Bid

24

Withdrawn

27

Postponed

274

No Results

47%

Clearance Rate Houses

58%

Clearance Rate Units

360

Total Auction Volume ($M)

100

Total Private sales Volume ($M)

Last Updated: 20 Oct 2018 06:13 PM

Top Houses

Address Price
213 Beaconsfield Pde MIDDLE PARK $5,300,000
43 Grant St MALVERN EAST $4,350,000
16 Donald St PRAHRAN $2,575,000
135 George St FITZROY $2,465,000
123 Hedderwick St ESSENDON $2,455,000

Top Apartments

Address Price
4/8 Knutsford St BALWYN $1,885,000
3/10 Dudley St BRIGHTON $1,605,000
12B Sixth St PARKDALE $1,520,000
2/1 Aird St CAMBERWELL $1,500,000
86D Victoria Rd HAWTHORN EAST $1,425,000

Bargain Houses

Address Price
1/193 Centenary Av MELTON $364,000
48 Woodburn Cr MEADOW HEIGHTS $395,400
3 Forrest St SUNBURY $435,000
44 Laurina Cr FRANKSTON NORTH $445,000
29 Westmere Cr COOLAROO $460,000

Bargain Apartments

Address Price
28/233 Canterbury Rd ST KILDA $315,000
8/2A Hawker Av PRESTON $317,000
7/76 Robert St BENTLEIGH $335,000
204/121 Murrumbeena Rd MURRUMBEENA $345,000
6/59 Houston St EPPING $365,000

Last Updated: 20 Oct 2018 06:13 PM

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October 20 2018

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REIV unveils its policy priorities ahead of 2018 State Election

October 18 2018

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Third female president in 82 years for REIV

October 9 2018

The Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV) is pleased to announce that the Board has elected Robyn Waters as President for 2018-19.

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