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Bidders and onlookers on the public sale of 10 Goddard St, Balmoral. Image: Annette Dew


A savvy purchaser who purchased a splitter block simply earlier than COVID hit, made $120,000 at public sale on the weekend and all he needed to do was pay $2000 for carpets and get the tenants to mow the garden.

The 954 sqm nook block at 96 Nash Street, Sandgate final bought at public sale in March 2020 for $680,000. 5 bidders took it to $800,000 at public sale.

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The splitter block at 96 Nash Road, Sandgate.


“We bought it to them at public sale simply as COVID was hitting,” RE/MAX Sandgate property agent Mark Wecker stated.

“Everybody was like, what’s going to occur?

New carpets are the one enhancements to the property at 96 Nash Road, Sandgate.


“I feel this actually reveals what the dearth of provide available in the market is doing.

“Consumers are having to combat to get in. There’s no actual indicators of it slowing down.”

The public sale day belonged to traders and builders offloading property throughout Higher Brisbane, spurred on by a booming property market.

“There may be that, however I’m additionally sick of being a landlord, simply sick of it. Finished,” Balmoral’s latest ex-landlord Amy Yorston stated after her property at 10 Goddard Street bought for $860,000, greater than $100,000 above the suburb median.

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Auctioneer Justin Nickerson calls the photographs at 10 Goddard St, Balmoral. The home was bought by means of Tony O’Doherty of Belle Property Bulimba. Image: Annette Dew


“The home is now at a degree the place large stuff goes to should be executed as a result of the final time we renovated was 11 years in the past. I’m simplifying my life.”

At Tarragindi, a group housing supplier offloaded a part of its portfolio, accepting considered one of a number of provides acquired previous to Saturday’s public sale.

The Tarragindi home at 2 Esher Road that bought earlier than public sale by means of Elevate Actual Property.


Whereas throughout city at Enoggera, James Scurr of Scurr Property Holdings determined to money within the five-bedroom home he had constructed and was renting out for as a lot as $1100 every week.

He acquired $1.41m for the sale.

This home at 34 Girl Galway Road, Enoggera was marketed by means of Mario Rossi of Picture Property.


“Now we have one other undertaking in Kedron which we are able to now begin on,” he stated after the public sale.

Bidding began at $1.1m for the two-storey house at 34 Lady Galway Street, Enoggera, which Apollo Auctions director Justin Nickerson acknowledged would “fulfill essentially the most fertile of households”.

The 15 bidders had been joined by a butterfly within the yard and whereas a number of patrons engaged early, the ultimate slog of $1000 and $500 bids got here from first-home patrons from Sherwood up towards an area north aspect household who needed to go to Sydney for a funeral and had been being represented by a purchaser’s agent.

“There are 5 bedrooms, we are able to all stay collectively,” Mr Nickerson stated when neither aspect regarded prepared to concede the 50-bid marathon.

However in the long run the customer’s agent held on, including an additional $2000 to safe the deal.

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