6 Oct

Auctions proved profitable for sellers last week with $44 million worth of Queensland homes changing hands

first_img1 Dungogie Drive, Tallebudgera was one of the properties to change hands in the past couple of weeks.ALMOST $44 million worth of Queensland homes changed hands at auction in the past week.According to the Real Estate Institute of Queensland the median auction price achieved last week was $698,162, which was higher than the Brisbane median house price of $670,000.CoreLogic figures put the preliminary auction clearance rate at 53.8 per cent, which was just slightly higher than the same time last year when it was 53.1 per cent.More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus21 hours agoIt said there were currently 17,870 properties listed for sale in Queensland, which was 7 per cent less than the same time last year.The top sale in Brisbane last week was for a house at 1 Dungogie Drive, Tallebudgera, which sold for $2,255 million.The five-bedroom house, in the Tallebudgera Park Estate, included a three metre built-in aquarium, gold class home theatre room and state of the art kitchen.The property also had a 25 metre swimming pool, a sandy beach and poolside gazebo.The home was listed through John Fischer and Ilona Barry of LJ Hooker – Mudgeeraba.last_img read more