Brisbane’s auction volume ramps up

first_img30 Long St West, GracevilleNinety groups have attended inspections and Ms McPhie said she was still fielding enquiries.“People haven’t even been through the property and they’re asking for contracts” she said.The auction of the popular family-friendly home is scheduled for Saturday at 10am.Matthew Condon, from The Auction Group, is calling the action. 30 Long St West, Graceville.More 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 agoKathy McPhie from Belle Property Sherwood is confident of selling 30 Long St West, Graceville under the hammer on Saturday. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom Queenslander is north-facing on a 997sq m allotment in the Sherwood State School catchment zone. Ruby and Bill Jaede at their Graceville home which is going to auction on Saturday. Picture: Peter WallisAUCTION activity across Brisbane is ramping up, in line with a significant increase in volume across the combined capital cities.This week a total of 1,500 properties across the markets are expected to go under the hammer, up from last week’s 881.CoreLogic data also shows the number of Brisbane auctions at 117, a rise from last week’s total of 102 with a clearance rate of 57.1 per cent from 84 results.The Gold Coast was the busiest non-capital city region last week with 74 auctions and a clearance rate of 44.1 per cent from 59 recorded results.center_img 30 Long St West, Graceville.Ms McPhie said the owners did a wonderful job updating the home.“It has been of great interest because the renovation was very, very well thought through and it’s been very tastefully done with really good finishes,” she said.last_img read more

Tipp’s Quinlan says O’Brien shouldn’t play

first_imgAfter pulling out of the game in Rome during the warm up Sean O’Brien’s scan has revealed only minor damage and he will train tomorrow.It’s confirmed Rory Best picked up a concussion but should be able to play next weekend while Johnny Sexton, Eoin Reddan, Jamie Heaslip and Dave Kearney are all fit.But ex Munster and Ireland forward Alan Quinlan doesn’t think Sean O’Brien should be included to face France as he hasn’t played enough rugby lately: https://soundcloud.com/tippfmradio/tipps-alan-quinlan-on-sean-obrien Johnny Sexton will now be available for the match but it’s unclear if he’ll start as he hasn’t played since November.Ireland take on France at the Aviva on Saturday with kick-off at 5 o’clock.last_img read more