Reservoir to be the busiest suburb this auction weekend: CoreLogic

Reservoir to be the busiest suburb this auction weekend: CoreLogic
Reservoir to be the busiest suburb this auction weekend: CoreLogic

The busiest suburbs for auction this weekend are all in Victoria, with 16 properties scheduled to go to auction in Reservoir, followed closely by St Albans and Mill Park with 14 and 13 auctions respectively, and Craigieburn and Glen Waverley both host to 12 auctions.

Auction activity across the combined capital cities will be slightly subdued this week, with 1,588 auctions currently being tracked by CoreLogic, down from last week’s final result of 2,001 auctions held.

However, activity is expected to be higher than what was seen over the corresponding week last year (1,399).

Looking at each of the individual capital cities, activity is varied week-on-week with Sydney expected to see the most significant fall in volumes over the week, down 29 per cent, while in Canberra volumes are expect to rise by 67 per cent.

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Reservoir to be the busiest suburb this auction weekend: CoreLogic

Sydney is scheduled to host 600 auctions this week, down from 724 last week, while in Melbourne 728 properties are set to go under the hammer, decreasing from the 801 auctions held last week.

Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth will also see a fall in volumes over the week, with Canberra being the only capital city where volumes will rise, while in Tasmania auction activity will remain steady.

A three bedroom house at 23 Acheron Avenue, Reservoir (above) will be auctioned this weekend for between $800,000 to $880,000.

Similarly a four bedroom house at 286 Waterview Boulevard, Craigieburn (below) will be auctioned this weekend.

Reservoir to be the busiest suburb this auction weekend: CoreLogic

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