Posts Tagged ‘property market Sydney’

Rose Bay real estate for sale: 4/34 Liverpool Street. Auction 26 October 2015

4/34 Liverpool Street, Rose Bay is “one of the best of its kind” according to agent Alex Hart of Hart Estate Agents.

“It has a quiet, yet ultra convenient cul-de-sac location; it’s north facing so has a great aspect; it’s at the rear of a small boutique block; and it’s light, bright and airy.” Alex’s advice is simple: “Snap it up”.

The apartment is presented in excellent condition with modern finishes. Its features include:

Quiet … Read the full post »

Rose Bay Real Estate For Sale – 8/39 Newcastle Street, Rose Bay

Do you want to buy your first home or an investment property in the heart of Sydney’s eastern suburbs? 8/39 Newcastle Street, Rose Bay is a great entry-level opportunity for home buyers and investors alike.

It’s a well presented first floor two bedroom apartment located just a short level walk to the Rose Bay shopping village, beautiful harbour foreshore and ferry wharf. It’s also around the corner from the transport artery … Read the full post »

Affordable first home or excellent investment – 3/429 Old South Head Road, Rose Bay

Are you looking to purchase your first home or wanting to invest in a property with high rental demand? You must see 3/429 Old South Head Road, Rose Bay. This two bedroom, two bathroom apartment located in a small security building only a minute’s walk from Rose Bay shops and cafes, offers an affordable entry point into the desirable eastern suburbs’ real estate market.

In a comfortable position as is, the … Read the full post »

Discover Diamond Bay, Sydney – 4/24 Diamond Bay Road, 2 bedroom apartment for sale by auction

Have you considered Diamond Bay?

You could live in Sydney all your life, and not even know of Diamond Bay, a small suburb located between Vaucluse and Dover Heights in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.

Agency Principal Alex Hart believes Diamond Bay is “one of the most underrated locations in the East. It offers a fantastic lifestyle to residents: spectacular ocean walks in two directions; your pick of glorious harbour and ocean beaches; parks … Read the full post »

What’s happening in the rental market

[caption id="attachment_1976" align="alignright" width="240"]Sophie Tesoreiro, Leasing Manager Sophie Tesoriero, Leasing Manager[/caption]

Consistent with seasonal trends, leasing has been tough during the winter months. However, things have picked up this month, and September is looking good.

Our leasing figures paint an accurate picture of what has been happening and where we’re heading: we leased 6 properties in April, 9 in May, 12 in June, 14 … Read the full post »

What’s happening with the Sydney property market?

Hart_011So what is happening with the market? That’s what everyone is asking but no one seems to be sure about. There’s been chatter along the lines that the market may have peaked early this year and is sitting somewhere just under this point. However, due to low winter sale volumes, no one really knows if this is right.

Let’s start with some … Read the full post »

Alex Hart on the State of the Market

We are, as they say, living in interesting times.  There is an election around the corner.  The result seems a forgone conclusion, but not necessarily the candidates who will be contesting it.  By the end of the week we should have more certainty about the candidates, but then maybe not the result.  Still following me?  We have an increasingly heated property market and a world economy in uncharted territory.  The … Read the full post »

NSW Budget Disappoints First Home Buyers

The NSW Budget was delivered this week on 18 June 2013.

As expected, it failed to reinstate the First Home Owners Grant for existing properties, although the First Home Owners Grant on new homes was extended to 1 January 2016 (it was due to be reduced to $10,000 on 1 January 2014).

For real estate industry group REINSW, the Budget represented a missed opportunity to reinvigorate the property market. Not only is … Read the full post »