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ACT & Queanbeyan Weekly Property Market Wrap

By Allhomes 17 April 2014 7

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The below real estate market snapshot has been compiled based on the last week’s activity throughout Canberra and Queanbeyan.

SALES

Highest Sale: $2,200,000

Lowest Price: $200,000

Average Sale Price: $583,078

51 sales properties had price reductions

86 properties went under offer

110 properties SOLD!

144 properties have come onto the market

0 Properties up for auction this coming weekend

RENTALS

Highest Rental: $1,200 per week

Lowest Rental: $180 per week

Average Rental Price: $422

247 rental properties had price reductions

274 properties RENTED!

402 properties have come onto the market

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Lazy I 4:41 pm 19 Apr 14

Is it not a coincidence that these reports started after the new owner took over?

Have I missed the announcement that the allhomes owners bought the-riotact?

tuco 7:45 am 19 Apr 14

Figures on isolation. Well, one IS the loneliest number ….

Walker 10:23 pm 18 Apr 14

Where’d Vince Sorrenti go? Whaaat did he doooo??

Masquara 6:03 pm 18 Apr 14

Buckaroo_Banzai said :

Figures on isolation are not very useful. Give us comparison figures from last week, same week last month, and same week last year, at the very least. Maybe the % changes, too. Then we would have some context.

The purpose isn’t to inform you – the purpose is just to get the word “allhomes” out there on the page.

urchin 10:20 am 18 Apr 14

Buckaroo_Banzai said :

Figures on isolation are not very useful. Give us comparison figures from last week, same week last month, and same week last year, at the very least. Maybe the % changes, too. Then we would have some context.

You could go to the allhomes website, click on the “research” tab and look up the numbers for yourself if you’re that interested.

Buckaroo_Banzai 4:53 pm 17 Apr 14

Figures on isolation are not very useful. Give us comparison figures from last week, same week last month, and same week last year, at the very least. Maybe the % changes, too. Then we would have some context.

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