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Millions of dollars change hands in property transactions across Qld

first_imgRay White auctioneer Mitch Peereboom pictured at the auction of 44 Merle St, Carina, Brisbane 11th of August 2018. (AAP Image/Josh Woning)Ray White Holland Park principal Piers Crawford presented 44 Merle St to auction at 9am, with more than 30 people, including many neighbours, in attendance. According to CoreLogic, the vendor purchased the 1.28ha block of land in 1998 for $450,000.Also purchased in 1998, but for just $159,000, Ray White Spring Hill agent Sam Alroe’s listing at 55 Rusden St, Kelvin Grove was the third highest viewed auction property on realestate.com.au last week. Auction winners pictured at the auction of 44 Merle St, Carina, Brisbane 11th of August 2018. (AAP Image/Josh Woning) Attracting an audience of more than 50 people and two registered bidders, the property sold under the hammer for more than four times what the owner bought it for two decades ago.Two registered bidders raised their hand to purchase the home, with an opening bid of $500,000.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours ago >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<< SOLD: 55 Rusden St, Kelvin Grove sold for $715,000 at auction on Saturday, August 11, 2018. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenMillions change hands at auctions04:35 Ray White Bridgeman Downs salesperson Sonya Treloar said 10 bidders registered to buy 261 Wyampa Rd, Bald Hills, including a phone bidder calling all from Greece. >>TWO TIGHTLY HELD BRISBANE HOMES LINED UP FOR THE GAVEL<< “The opening bid was $2 million and it fired right up to $2.6 million, and went … up in tens, and then it was sold at $2,670,000,” she said.“A local family bought it with four children and it’s going to be their family home.” Bidding increased in $50,000 lots until it reached $650,000, when auctioneer and Ray White Spring Hill principal Haesley Cush placed a bid on behalf of the vendor of $675,000.Bidding reached $700,000, at which point the auction was paused and negotiations started. After about 10 minutes of negotiations the home was on the market and sold at $715,000 to a young couple.A Carina property changed hands for the first time in 34 years, when it sold at auction yesterday for $602,500. The vendor purchased 261 Wyampa Rd, Bald Hills 20 years ago for $450,000. According to CoreLogic, the current vendor purchased the property in 1984 for just $96,500.last_img read more

Gunners fire four past sorry Royals

first_img Ivory Coast international Gervinho, such a frustrating figure for the Gunners, set the hosts on their way after 11 minutes. However, despite dominating possession, it was not until the start of the second half where the crucial breakthrough came again, this time Santi Cazorla sweeping home. Olivier Giroud added a third following a quick break by Gervinho. Hal Robson-Kanu headed in a consolation for Nigel Adkins’ men – the manager in charge for the first time – but there was to be no recovery as Mikel Arteta’s penalty made sure Arsenal closed up on Chelsea in the race for fourth-spot and also remained within striking distance of Tottenham, on whom they hold a match in hand. Gervinho fired them into an early lead when he swept in Corzala’s low cross. The 25-year-old was in full flow again on 22 minutes, charging to the edge of the area as the Reading defence back-tracked, only to then drag his shot wide before Cazorla clipped the side-netting. Arsenal sensed they needed the cushion of a second goal, and it came just after the restart. Gervinho was again involved on 48 minutes as the ball was worked to the edge of the Reading penalty area, where Cazorla curled an exquisite effort around the defender and inside Stuart Taylor’s left-hand post. To their credit Reading continued to look for a way back into the match as Laurent Koscielny needed to make a last-ditch tackle on Pavel Pogrebnyak. Arsenal made it 3-0 on 67 minutes, with Gervinho again the creator. The Ivory Coast forward latched onto a chip from Bacary Sagna to canter away down the right and to the edge of the box, before feeding Giroud, who dispatched a low strike back across goal. Arsenal switched off, which allowed Reading to pull a goal back as Jobi McAnuff’s floated cross from the left was headed in at the far post by Robson-Kanu – with full-back Nacho Monreal clattering into the woodwork. Sub Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain then latched onto a loose pass from Adrian Mariappa before charging into the penalty area, where he was clipped by the Reading defender. Arteta made no mistake from the penalty spot as Arsenal chalked up a sixth win in the last eight league games. Arsenal kept up the pressure in the race for Champions League qualification with a 4-1 win over Reading at Emirates Stadium, which sent the Royals bottom of the Barclays Premier League.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more