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Hamilton home a hit pre-auction

first_img151/37 Harbour Rd, HamiltonMore 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 investor8 hours ago“This is a record price for this building and a return to pre-GFC prices in Brisbane,” said Ms Rudolph.“This apartment was 164sq m in total and it sold for $1.55 million just prior to auction which is absolutely brilliant for the owner. “This is a building which really did see a correction in the market after the 2011 floods and the GFC, and it has now proven itself.“We have sold the last three units in this building, all for strong prices and this one was an exceptional price record, as it was $200,000 above the same sale that we made of an identical apartment three years ago.” 151/37 Harbour Rd, HamiltonThe sellers are empty-nesters who are upsizing to accommodate their grandchildren and have bought a bigger apartment off Ms Rudolph in the same building, on the same floor.“The new owner saw the property advertised in last weekend’s Courier Mail real estate guide and his accountant called me and it was love at first sight,” Ms Rudolph said.“She told him, if he didn’t buy it, she would. “He’s a single gentleman who runs a big national company and travels extensively.” 151/37 Harbour Rd, HamiltonAUCTIONEER Philip Parker barely lifted the gavel at this morning’s Ray White Corporate in-room auctions in Brisbane.Of the four properties listed to go under the hammer, three sold beforehand and the other was passed in.The standout sale was 151/37 Harbour Road, Hamilton which sold just prior to auction for $1.55 million through Ray White New Farm sales maven Christine Rudolph.last_img

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