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568

Sold

125

Passed In

593

Total Auction Volume ($M)

387

Sold At Auction

179

Sold Before Auction

2

Sold After Auction

52

Withdrawn

872

Postponed

90

Not Reported

Private Sales

133

Reported

116

Volume ($M)

Last Updated: 23 Jun 2021 10:55 AM

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Houses

Apartments

Top Houses

Address Price
3 Potter St BLACK ROCK $3,741,000
163 Were St BRIGHTON $3,380,000
8 Lysterville Av MALVERN $2,940,000
16 Gordon Av KEW $2,900,000
24 Albert St HIGHETT $2,850,000

Top Apartments

Address Price
1/60 Relowe Cr MONT ALBERT NORTH $1,602,000
27 Bendigo St RICHMOND $1,601,000
55 Mccormack St PORT MELBOURNE $1,595,000
64/1 Graham St PORT MELBOURNE $1,581,000
14 Ashmore Av MORDIALLOC $1,580,000

Bargain Houses

Address Price
8 Caley St FRANKSTON NORTH $441,000
10 Fagg St THOMSON $454,000
24 Claremont Cr HOPPERS CROSSING $487,000
6 Gunning La CRAIGIEBURN $491,500
57 Allambie St LEOPOLD $505,000

Bargain Apartments

Address Price
210/363 Beaconsfield Pde ST KILDA WEST $255,000
3/136 Stud Rd DANDENONG $291,500
1/57 Church St MELTON $339,500
603/9 High St PRESTON $405,000
12/321 Pakington St NEWTOWN $405,000

Last Updated: 23 Jun 2021 10:55 AM

Latest news from the REIV.

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May 25 2021

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