Archive for June, 2012

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‘Lorne – Market Round up’. The second last day of the 2011/2012 financial year and, yes it will be great to slam the door on one of the toughest of recent decades. We optimistically look forward to the coming period and see a lot of up-side to the turmoil of the past twelve months. The market has “taken a breath” and sits poised for those who desire the lifestyle asset. … Continue Reading »

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‘Lorne – Market Round up’. For months all the economic commentators were forecasting that the outcome of theGreek elections would determine the direction of the European financial markets and the crucial impact that would filter through (when you wo has been positive and yet negative sentiment has now shifted to the economy of Spain. In the mean time 12 months have passed and our general population have had their “hands … Continue Reading »

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‘Lorne – Market Round up’. The Queens Birthday weekend re-inforced just how well guarded and cautious those in the market really are. As auctioneer of Inlet Lodge at 26 – 28 Aireys Street, Aireys Inlet I experienced a result that re–inforced the lac

was good interest in the property but not quite the price.

With a super motivated seller the opportunity to secure parts or the whole of Yuruga for potentially 30 … Continue Reading »

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Our Backyard – Lorne

‘Lorne – Market Round up’. Capital city home values have fallen across each capital city market over the past 12 months however, when we drill down our analysis across the broad price segments of the market it is clear there are different dynamics at
“have to have” the leisure property and unfortunately with mass uncertainty many just sit on their hands not confident to commit to an asset that is not … Continue Reading »