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From the directors Dear Reader, Welcome to the latest colourful issue of Preview News. Spring is here at last and it’s time to shake off those cold winter blues. As the days become warmer and longer, Melbourne and surrounds really come alive. We’re gearing up for a great footy final showdown, the start of the Spring Racing Carnival, the Melbourne show, fashion shows, parties and more... this really is the time of year to get outdoors and enjoy what Melbourne has to offer. Spring is also the stepping stone into the main phase of the real estate calendar. Rich and colourful gardens, schooling/work requirements, coupled with general increased buyer/seller activity collectively depict this as the best time of year to act. With reductions already seen & further interest rate cuts looming, the winter period has seen many properties sell, unfortunately leaving some buyers with limited options. Investors have stepped noticeably back into the market place as have first home buyers with more affordable opportunities boosted by continued reductions in Victorian stamp duty. Another encouraging sign witnessed by recent events with the right marketing approach is multiple buyers competing for properties again. That’s great news if you’re a potential seller. We hope you enjoy this edition, and if we can be of any real estate service, please give our friendly team a call.

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The importance of having a will

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Handy tips for real estate

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Manos & Maria Findikakis, Arthur Proios and David Politakis –

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contact us Web: eview.com.au Chelsea Regional Office, Sales & Rentals 436 Nepean Hwy, Chelsea 3196 Phone: 8773 1888 Fax: 9772 0198 Email: chelsea@eview.com.au Frankston Regional Office, Sales & Rentals 463 Nepean Hwy Frankston 3199 Sales Rentals: Phone: 8781 3888 Phone: 8781 3877 Fax: 9781 1547 Fax: 9781 1547 Email: news@eview.com.au Email: rentals@eview.com.au Narre Warren Regional Office (Now open) Building 2, Ground Level 30-32 Verdun Drive, Narre Warren 3805 Phone: 8794 1200 Werribee - Branch Office Suite 11/2-14 Station Place, Werribee 3030 Phone: 9749 8008 Fax: 9749 8002

Disclaimer: Eview Real Estate Partners nor any companies of the Eview group accept any form of liability, be it contractual, tortious or otherwise, for the contents of this publication or for any consequences arising from its use or any reliance placed upon it. The information, opinions and advice contained within, are of a general nature only and may not relate to or be relevant to your particular circumstances. There are many issues involved with buying and selling real estate so it is important that you get specific advice prior to making any decisions on your next real estate transaction. All information contained herein is gathered from sources we believe to be reliable. However we cannot guarantee its accuracty and interested persons should rely on their own enquiries. Should your home be exclusively listed with another agency, please disregard any information contained within regarding the engagement of Eview Real Estate Partners to sell your property.

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LANGWARRIN DISCOUNT DRUG STORE

New look, new name. Great service just the same. Existing store Hanna’s Pharmacy has proudly joined forces Store Come in and with Pharmacy group Discount Drug Store. see the great changes that have been made to improve your shopping experience, along with maintaining their great service and professional health advice. Discount Drug Stores is a leading pharmacy group that commenced in 2001 and currently has over 100 stores. The directors are two Australian pharmacists, John Clark and Peter Newman, who started the group with the intention of providing customers everyday low prices on prescriptions, and heath and beauty needs. Pharmacy owner Wael Hanna is excited about becoming the latest member to join one of the fastest growing national retail pharmacy groups in Australia. “We offer all of this without compromising the professional healthcare and quality customer service that you’ve come to expect from your local pharmacy,” he said. “You will also find a huge range of discounted prices on medicines, fragrances, vitamins, cosmetics and baby needs; in fact we offer competitive prices across our entire store. “So with the same great staff and service, the only thing that will change is that a trip to your local pharmacy will cost you a lot less money. “We would like to thank our customers for their continued support and loyalty and we look forward to providing many more year of service to the Langwarrin community. “We look forward to welcoming you into our bright new pharmacy – Langwarrin Discount Drug Store – more than just low prices!

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Peninsula Link UPDATE September 2012 Brought to you by eview in conjunction with Linking Melbourne Authority

New path makes for happy, healthy South-Easterners People living between Patterson Lakes and Moorooduc will soon be pumping up their tyres and lacing up their runners, with a new 25 kilometre walking and cycling path opening up as part of Peninsula Link. This trail starts on the southern side of Patterson River where it connects with the existing Dandenong Creek Trail. The path will terminate in Moorooduc at the Mt Eliza Regional Park near the intersection of Moorooduc Highway and Eramosa Road West. So whether you’re going for a leisurely picnic, visiting one of the reserves or taking the healthy route to work, the new trail is bound to please. It’s built to a very high standard, with minimal impact on the environment. Highlights of the path include: • New bridge over Thompson Road in Patterson Lakes • View of the Seaford Wetlands • New bridge over the Frankston Freeway • Upgrading of the existing track along Maple Reserve • Belvedere Bushland Reserve, home to St Kilda Football Club training facility • The Pines Flora and Fauna Reserve, making use of existing tracks • View of Centenary Park Golf Course • Willow Road pedestrian bridge over Peninsula Link south of Cranbourne Road • Baxter township

• Link to the existing Baxter Trail, leading to central Frankston • Improved access to Robinsons Park and Bayside Christian College • Link to the Moorooduc Station where the Mornington Tourist railway operates three Sundays of the month • Improved access to Mt Eliza Regional Park. The three metre wide, sealed path is the biggest single addition to Melbourne’s shared use path network since the EastLink Trail. Linking Melbourne Authority has been working closely with the community on the best possible alignment for the trail going through the Pines Fauna and Flora Reserve, taking into consideration fauna connectivity, minimal vegetation removal, safety for walkers and cyclists, and direct connections. There are currently 6.5 kilometres open on the Peninsula Link Trail. The full path is due to be open with the rest of project in early 2013. For more information: Phone: 8562 6800 Email: contact@lma.vic.gov.au For construction queries, please call 1300 453 035

Path through Seaford Wetlands now open.

The soon to be completed Thompson Road Bridge (artist’s impression).

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Cranbourne East

$375,000

59 Donohue Street Simply Stunning!! Value for Money!!

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First home buyers, investors, look whats on offer. We have an attractive freshly painted & updated three bedroom brick veneer home. Featuring two large living areas ( lounge with tiled flooring), a spacious master bedroom incl of built in robes, with the other bedrooms also being a good size. Leanne Poulton 0437 441 127

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14 Belar Avenue Living in the 70’s

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Frankston

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23 Lipton Drive Ideal Family Home or Investment

Experience this beautifully presented property which offers a clean, light and bright ambiance with many features to delight the fussiest home buyer or investor and is located close to schools, 2 x shopping centres, theatres, restaurants and more. With transport past the door, this is a stand out property. visit: eview.com.au for inspection details

Frankston

Not often does a large family home on a generous allotment come along, situated approx 100 meters from the glorious sands of the Frankston beach and walking distance to all the Frankston CBD has to offer. Situated behind private gates is room for up to 4 cars/trailers, large double garage plus workshop and solar heated I/G pool.

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75 Gould Street Family living & lifestyle, all a stones throw to the beach

Be impressed by this sensational 3 bedroom home in a quiet cul-de-sac in the popular Lakewood Estate. Private, spacious and light filled, the floor to ceiling windows provide a wonderful view to the landscaped gardens. •750m2 approx. land •2 living areas •Dining room with bay window •Air conditioning / Gas •Ducted Heating visit: eview.com.au for inspection details

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If its location, location, location you are after, then look no further than this charming home in the Golden Triangle. Set behind a picket fence, you are immediately welcomed by the immaculate, colourful gardens and winding pathway leading you into the home. This is a light-filled, well maintained and presented property.

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1B Bundara Court Deserving of your attention!

Astute buyers will immediately recognise the potential on offer at 14 Belar Ave Frankston. On offer for the first time this much loved original AV Jennings home occupies a corner block of 592 m2. Located in a family friendly location, local milk bar only footsteps away, Worland Park just across the road. 3

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5 Adina Court All the Right Ingredients

Brand New Home 23sq stunning, generous, open-plan living area, from kitchen through to living room, relax put your feet up and enjoy. Entertain in the spacious outdoor living area under cover. Private master bedroom with ensuite and walk in robe. The entire home is designed and built for practical comfort. 4

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Elevated & set in a quiet street, within the ever popular Marylands estate and only minutes to two major shopping centres & all the Peninsula has to offer, is this very attractive updated four bedroom two bathroom, home that offers real value. Featuring two spacious living areas with timber floors with the spacious main living room. Sandra Bardebes 0414 707 455

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The IMPORTANCE of having a Will We have all heard about the necessity of having a Will, however many people still fail to have a legal Will in place. They’re either too busy, think their family will sort things out or the mere thought of planning around death is too emotionally confronting. If you die without a Will your estate will be passed onto your next of kin in accordance with statute law. Some of the disadvantages of not leaving a Will are: • Your estate is passed to your nearest relatives whether or not you had a strong emotional connection with them. • If you are separated your estate could pass to your estranged partner. • You have no control on who will administer your estate and the Court has a very wide discretion as to who it will appoint to administer your estate. Some of the benefits of having a Will are: • You decide who administers your estate under your Will, this is the appointment of an Executor.

• You decide how your assets are to be distributed rather than leaving it to your next of kin. • You decide who is to be the guardian of any children under the age of 18 years. • You can decide how your body is to be disposed, such as burial or cremation. • The cost of administering your estate under a Will is generally much less costly than compared to not having a Will. • You can bequest special gifts and donations under your Will. These are just to name a few. However a Will can become complicated if you are a part of a blended family. You may wish for your current partner to have only a portion of your estate and the other portion go to your blood line children. There can also be complications where you maybe concerned where one of your children maybe experiencing a difficult relationship

and you wish to ensure your estate only goes to your child and not to their partner. These are specialised Wills and require indepth consultation. When appointing an Executor for your Will it is important to inform this person as to what their roll is and what things they will be called upon to do. The Executor will need to arrange a Grant of Probate which allows the Executor to execute their formal duties under the Will. Goodman Group Lawyers assists the Executor in obtaining the Grant of Probate. The Executor will need to locate the Will, arrange the funeral and contact all the beneficiaries. They will also need to look after the assets of the estate and ensure insurance is maintained. They will then need to value the estate by detailing the assets and liabilities of the and also complete tax returns. Any debts will need to be paid and the remaining money can be disbursed in accordance with the Will. As you can see the job of being an Executor is an important one and it is vital you discuss

this appointment with them. Goodman Group Lawyers can assist you with a simple and effective Will. Alternatively if your estate and family is complex we can help you structure your estate into a trust to provide an effectively administered estate which can assist with taxation, asset protection and minimising the potential for a contested Will. Have you been named as an Executor of a Will and need assistance obtaining a Grant of Probate? Call us today on 9781 7500 to make an appointment. We are located in Seaford, Cranbourne, Lilydale and Melbourne.

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A reserve of their choosing Enzo Raimondo CEO REIV

While more entertainment than real estate, the recent auction of The Block properties did provide a valuable lesson for buyers and sellers. A lot of people commented that the reserves were set very low, especially when compared to the sale price. A comparison of recent sales of similar properties and the sale prices of the four terraces certainly shows that these figures were not extraordinary and that the reserves were set, by the owners, at a level well below what they were likely to sell for.

a selling price for their home at any level; it is, after all their home. It is the real estate agent who is required by law to provide the owner with an estimated selling price that reflects what the home may sell for in the current market. There is no legal requirement that the owner’s asking price or reserve reflect the market value. This means that an owner can, if they wish, set a very low reserve. What the owner cannot determine is the actual selling price, as this is determined by the market. An owner who does want to sell will take the advice of their real estate agent and set a selling price that is informed by current market conditions.

Despite suggestions to the contrary, there is nothing wrong with that. An owner can set

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7 Mapiti Court Are you looking for size and quality?

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Rediscover the pleasures of family life in this spacious brick home within this desirable pocket of Frankston. The owners of this light and bright modernised four bedroom family home offering privacy have provided us a property which bristles with features. Starting with four bedrooms, master with quality ensuite & WIR. Francis Walker 0410 559 454

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139 Overport Road Is this the best 2/3 Acre buy in Frankston South? Vendor says sell

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26A Adelaide Street “Park Views”

Mornington

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9 Acheron Avenue Beachside Beauty

Only 3 years of age and positioned in a nice neat complex within close proximity to all that Mornington has to offer is this generous sized 3 bedroom unit that provides zoned living. Featuring a spacious open plan kitchen/family/meals area, a separate front lounge, walk in robe and full ensuite to the master. 3

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Tranquillity - Privacy - Seclusion.... are all on offer here in this exclusive Beleura Hill locale. The location brings Main Street convenience with the Tanti Creek bubbling away creating a serene setting. Northerly aspects bring warmth & light to this split level townhouse. Features automated entrance gates and open plan living.

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1/125 Barkly Street “Barkly Views”

Vacant land approximately 450 sqms with plans and permits for a generous family home. The location speaks for itself. Features will include: •4 bedrooms or 3 plus study •2 open plan living areas •Main bathroom •Powder room •Upstairs master bedroom with ensuite & walk in robe •Parents retreat with park views •Large storage room visit: eview.com.au for inspection details

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Set back from the road and privately positioned on a large 740m2 block approx’. This terrific 4 bedroom, approx 10 y.o. family home has a great sunken lounge room and offers a relaxing rustic leafy outlook from the bay window. The family friendly spacious kitchen is open plan to casual meals and large family living area. Andrew Melas 0409 920 917

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22 John Street Secluded and Charming Family Home

Privately positioned amidst landscaped grounds in a blue ribbon community setting, this exceptional dual level family home offers an enduring lifestyle of quality and substance. Uniquely flexible, the self-contained apartment can be integrated into the main residence or used as a home office, in-law accommodation or income opportunity. visit: eview.com.au for inspection details

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34 Oaklands Crescent It’s All About Family

Your search ends here with this four bedroom family home with great bay views, located in a prime locale within the prestigious Whistlestop Estate. Features include a spacious master bedroom with large WIR, and ensuite, whilst the other bedrooms are good sized with the fourth currently utilised as a home office. visit: eview.com.au for inspection details

Frankston

Boasting 4 good sized bedrooms and situated on a 1072 sqm (approx) level corner allotment with street frontage on a quiet cul-de-sac, this sound and well maintained residence offers family living in a convenient beachside location. The floor plan features main bedroom with en-suite and walk in robes. Sam Bucca 0412 755 544

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Handy tips for real estate Tenants moving out? Spruce up your investment using these handy tips...

Hot tips to make sure you are buying the right investment property

Your investment property is up for lease and you have made sure that the outside of the house looks great? The next step is to get the inside looking great. For those of you lucky enough to live close to your investment here are a few tricks of the trade to get prospective tenants to actually envisage living in your property:

Real estate agents & property managers are often asked for their top tips on what to buy and what to do when buying an investment property. Here’s a list of the best pieces of advice from one of the real estate industry’s leading property managers.

• Make sure the property is clean and free from cobwebs – cobwebs build up over time and can make a property look unkempt, which in turn translates to ‘you really don’t care about its upkeep’.

Any investor should be able to say yes to that question even if it is only a small one or two bedroom unit. If they say no, then I always ask: ‘If you could not live there, why do you feel that a tenant should live there?’

• A fresh coat of paint; and remember to use a neutral colour as this will appeal to most people and allow them to design their own colour scheme.

Yes, some tenants will lease the property, but the smart investor wants someone who will look after the property, pay the rent on time and not interfere with the neighbours’ peace and comfort. Dirty, dilapidated, rundown accommodation will not attract that kind of tenant. Unfortunately, some investors still feel that anything is good enough to rent out and that tenants should not expect too much. They buy on the price alone and usually feel that they have made a good investment. Experience says otherwise.

• More and more people have more than one computer these days so it may be worth investing in some extra phone/ internet outlets. • If you are going to put blinds up on windows make sure you include strong fittings to enable the cords to be tethered to the side of the window. • Put some liquid hand soap in the kitchen and bathrooms. • Make sure there are toilet rolls available. • Put new and inexpensive toilet brush and holders in the toilet area and maybe a bathmat and new shower curtain. • Make sure all light bulbs are working in all rooms and under outside eaves, etc. You’d be surprised at how little touches like these can make a person and potential new tenant feel welcome.

Ask yourself ‘could I live here myself?’

properties lease easily, but in a slow market properties in poor locations on busy roads are always the last to rent. They can sit vacant for weeks, and in some instances months, before attracting a tenant.

front door and keyed window locks on all the windows. Tenants should be entitled to at least that level of basic security

Security

Air conditioners may be costly items for landlords to maintain, but they can be a necessity, particularly in older homes that can become unbearable in the summer. If, as a property investor, you are particularly budget-conscious, forget the dishwasher, but add the air conditioner. However in more prestigious areas or in properties with higher rents, dishwashers are considered essential as well.

Is the potential investment property surrounded by homes with barred windows? If so, this tells you that it is a high crime area. In a normal rental market most prospective tenants will walk away from leasing in such a location. Whatever the area, investors should, in my opinion, install deadlocks on external doors, put a security screen door on the

Air conditioners

Is it within walking distance of amenities? A property in a good location will always rent before the property on the main road or a property that backs onto a train line. Is it in walking distance to a buses or a railway station? Is it an easy walk to a school, pre-school or shops? Does it have easy access to the freeways or major highways? In a tight, low vacancy market of less than 1-2% such as currently exists in Melbourne,

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Beyond the facade of this single level beachside residence lies a cleverly designed floor plan offering stylish light filled interiors of generous proportions. This home is instantly appealing with its immaculate interiors, located in a secluded yet ultraconvenient locale close to Sturio and Earimil Reserves. Sam Bucca 0412 755 544

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30 Molesworth Street Land of Opportunity!

This immaculate 2 bedroom unit in Seaford is just perfect for those who want to downsize and have no maintenance or perhaps for those just starting out, either way its the perfect option and located on a small unit complex. Features include; •2 Spacious bedrooms with double built-in robes •Open plan bright Kitchen/meals/lounge 2

Mount Martha

The picture perfect presentation of this alluring family home will immediately strike a chord among those searching for a quality home in a quintessential family setting. A tightly held street provides the perfect backdrop to create your enviable lifestyle.

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1 Burrawong Ave Family sanctuary

Imagine having your own private getaway to enjoy your boating or beach pursuits. Perfectly located on Rosebuds best beach and opposite the Rosebud Hotel and main shopping area this solidly built boat shed is ready for action. Located close to the Rosebud Yacht Club and moorings it is an ideal base for your seaside activities. visit: eview.com.au for inspection details

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Scene stealing views of the bay & the city skyline provide a breathtaking backdrop to this luxurious 2 storey 5 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom residence on 2000m2. Superbly appointed & beautifully detailed, this homes finishes include expanses of granite, timber & glass. Andrew Melas 0409 920 917

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17 Stanley Crescent Seaside Luxury

Situated only a few doors from the village is this character filled home on a great size block of land (900 Square meters) which backs onto reserve land. Featuring 3 good sized bedrooms, polished floors throughout. Modern kitchen with Granite bench tops, gas cook top and dishwasher. Modern bathroom, ducted heating and split system air conditioning. visit: eview.com.au for inspection details

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6 Mcauliffe Close Inspect by private inspection

*THIS PROPERTY CAN BE INSPECTED AT ANY TIME* This very affordable central Frankston unit would be the ideal investment opportunity or you could simply add your personal touches and call it your own. Offering 2 bedrooms, a spacious living room, meals area, updated neat kitchen, original bathroom combined laundry and a car space on title. visit: eview.com.au for inspection details

Mount Eliza

Offering endless opportunity for the keen investor or developer, located in a quiet area of Seaford, on a large block of approx 1033 sqm. The exciting home has 3 bedrooms, ducted heating & split system. With some TLC, some basic gardening concepts & a bit of hard work, at this price it becomes a very wise investment. Jamie Universita 0400 572 672

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$270 per week

16 Caley Avenue Newly renovated 3 br home

This light and bright family home is situated in a quiet street close to schools, shops and transport. Lounge with gas wall furnace Cheryl Keher vented through to dining. 0419 577 700 3

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$340 per week

28 Oaklands Crescent Neat & tidy

Featuring three spacious bedrooms, excellent master with large BIR’s, other bedrooms are a good size plus there is two Melissa Scott bathrooms. 0458 550 168 3

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$335 per week

41 Gowrie Avenue Immaculate 3 bedroom home in sought after area Situated in the sought after Frankston High School zone and close to shops, transport & amenities. 3

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19 Leonard Street Immaculate throughout

Situated down a quiet street minutes to everything is this surprisingly spacious character filled cottage situated on a small Bec Sullivan compact low maintenance block. 0458 550 198 3

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Frankston South

Frankston

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$330 per week

1/16 Brighton Street 3 Bedroom unit in sought after location Bec Sullivan 0458 550 198

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Situated in sought after pocket of South Frankston in walking distance to Norman Ave shops Bec Sullivan and Sweetwater Creek reserve. 0458 550 198 3

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$290 per week

1/110 Dunsterville Crescent A must see...

The unit comprises of two bedrooms with built in robes, two good sized living areas with kitchen is light, bright and Bec Sullivan open plan. 0458 550 198 2

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Frankston South

Frankston

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Frankston South

$325 per week

65 Woolston Drive Family friendly - plenty of storage space

This 3 bedroom brick home features polished floor boards throughout, split system heating Janan Erdem and air conditioning. 0458 550 171 3

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‘Burst into Spring.’

More homes wanted.

We list to sell. Spring is the best time to get on board & sell with Frankston’s biggest electronic media focused agency. We’re offering great value internet package deals on all levels of homes and properties! Winter has seen a huge clearance of homes and we have many buyers on our books still looking for their next move. Who says the market is quiet?

Call and enquire today!

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