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Realestate

property news

recent sales

$842,000

8 Dorrie Crescent, Moncrieff

$730,000

LJ Hooker

34 Helmrich Street, Moncreiff

$157,000

Rutherford Johnston

2/4 Wilenski Street, Casey

$289,000

Rutherford Johnston

3 Phyllis Frost Street, Forde

$875,000

Harcourts

8 Lowrie Street, Dickson

$750,000

LJ Hooker

17 Atherton Street, Downer

$736,000

LJ Hooker

97 Hawkesbury Cres, Farrer

$1,310,000 Peter Blackshaw

Forde

3 Huddy Street

168 Beasley Street, Torrens

$607,000

McGrath

17 Hensman Street, Latham

$710,000

LJ Hooker

8 Quamby Place, Lyons

$1,070,000 One Agency

4/60 Boldrewood Street, Turner

$605,000

LJ Hooker

27 Haddon Street, Hackett

$705,000

125 Eggleston Crescent, Chifley

$676,500

Peter Blackshaw

LJ Hooker

106 Carnegie Crescent, Griffith

$940,000

Ray White

129 Beach Road, Sunshine Bay

$357,000

Raine & Horne

38 Dwyer Street, Cook

$693,000

LJ Hooker

34 Don Dunstan Dr, Bonython

$700,000

LJ Hooker

17 Hensman Street, Latham

$710,000

LJ Hooker

63 Majura Avenue, Dickson

$690,000

McGrath

14/31 Disney Court, Belconnen

$285,000

LJ Hooker

18 Piper Street, Ainslie

$952,000

LJ Hooker

61A Spafford Street, Farrer

$710,000

Peter Blackshaw

59 National Circuit, Forrest

$2,520,000 Peter Blackshaw

1 Boyer Street, Casey

$565,000

Peter Blackshaw

17 Fremantle Drive, Stirling

$665,000

Independent

20 Mission Street, Amaroo

$625,000

LJ Hooker

7 Candlebark Close, Nicholls

$622,000

McGrath

28 Connibere Crescent, Oxley

$490,000

21 Old Princes Hway, Batemans Bay $355,000

Peter Blackshaw

21/29 Dawes Street, Kingston

$390,000

Pod Projects Group

Raine & Horne

6/11 Tryon Street, Hackett

$263,000

One Group

7 Pleasurelea Dr, Sunshine Bay

$310,000

Raine & Horne

111/202 Beach Rd, Batehaven

$210,000

Raine & Horne

3 Numeralia Dr, Jerrabomberra

$905,000

Ray White

48/6 Heard Street, Mawson

$190,000

Ray White Peter Blackshaw

24 Max Henry Cres, Macarthur

$578,000

Peter Blackshaw

6 Colo Place, Kaleen

$625,000

65 Hume Road, Denhams Beach

$520,000

Raine & Horne

56 Ebden Street, Ainslie

$1,220,500 LJ Hooker

1 Octy Place, Palmerston

$495,000

LJ Hooker

7 Bonney Street, Ainslie

$1,200,000 LJ Hooker

41 Tasman Street, Surf Beach

$435,000

Ray White

6/1 Evergood Close, Weston

$415,000

43 Snowgum Road, Bywong

$1,110,000

McGrath

2814 Yass River Rd, Yass River

$1,180,000 McGrath

Peter Blackshaw

60 Cork Street, Gundaroo

$510,000

McGrath

5/8 Longerenong Street, Farrer

$335,000

Peter Blackshaw

1/147 Kalgoorlie Cres, Fisher

$284,000

Peter Blackshaw

3 Huddy Street, Forde

$842,000

Harcourts

$780,000

LJ Hooker

1/21 Krantzcke Circuit, Nicholls

$610,000

LJ Hooker

22 Kerferd Street, Watson

42 Letters Street, Evatt

$567,000

Ray White

Data is provided by agents. Source: Realestate.com.au

52/4-6 Jardine Street, Kingston

$530,000

Maloney’s

32 Glencross Street, Chisholm

$490,000

Irwin Property

6 Pendula Pl, Maloneys Beach

$470,000

Bayside Real Estate

404/53 Mort Street, Braddon

$444,900

Maloney’s

45 Onkaparinga Cres, Kaleen

$1,045,000 McGrath

48 Eccles Circuit, Macgregor

$428,500

LJ Hooker

111 Majura Avenue, Dickson

$765,000

LJ Hooker

3/19 Dodsworth St, Queanbeyan

$475,000

McGrath

26 Moonlight Avenue, Harrison

$540,000

Peter Blackshaw

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$710,000 Latham

17 Hensman Street

Rates bottom ‘may have hit’ Interest rates may have already hit rock bottom, warned Mortgage Choice CEO John Flavell. “Over the last few weeks, speculation about a rate hike in the near future has intensified,” Flavell says. The Reserve Bank of Australia strongly suggested during its November Board meeting that the time for easing monetary policy has “now passed”. Flavell says he will not be surprised to see a growing proportion of borrowers look to fix their mortgage in a bid to beat potential rate rises. “I think a growing percentage of borrowers realise that rates may soon rise and, in a bid to beat rising rates, more borrowers are starting to fix their mortgages.” If rates do rise in the near future, Flavell says it is important for borrowers not to panic. “The reality is, interest rates are incredibly low by long-term standards and they will continue to remain low for the foreseeable future,” he says. Nationally, fixed rate home loans accounted for 19.51% of all loans written in November, up from 17.40% in the month prior. - Lyndall Larkham

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08 December 2016  

08 December 2016