Brisbane homes going to auction

first_img9 Rowland St, CoorparooMore from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor9 hours agoSeller Danielle Bowie is an architect who spent the past five years renovating the workers cottage at 9 Rowland St.The 9am auction is expected to draw a large crowd with a majority of young professionals interested. 3/32 Kirkland Ave, CoorparooWhile at 10.30am, a castle-like property at 3/32 Kirkland Ave will go under the hammer.The three-level Castle Romano, also at Coorparoo, was designed by renowned architect Tom McKerrell.Built in 1973, the complex is made up of the penthouse and two, two bedroom apartments. AUCTIONEERS are dusting off their hammers as the volume of Brisbane properties going under the hammer triples this week.Ninety-three Brisbane homes are scheduled to go to auction over the next seven days, according to researcher CoreLogic.Last week 30 auctions in Brisbane were booked, and 27 results were recorded with a final clearance rate of 63 per cent.Despite the rise in volume across the combined capital cities, auction activity appears to be increasing at a slower rate than this time in previous years.There are 802 auctions scheduled this week overall compared with 916 reported for the same week last year.Properties going under the hammer in Brisbane tomorrow include this entry-level Coorparoo home. last_img

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