Reservoir ranks again as busiest weekend auction suburb

Reservoir ranks again as busiest weekend auction suburb
Reservoir ranks again as busiest weekend auction suburb

The busiest suburb for auctions this weekend is Reservoir in Victoria, with 20 homes set to go under the hammer, followed with 17 auctions scheduled in Port Macquarie in NSW and Bentleigh East in Victoria.

CoreLogic is tracking 2,121 capital city auctions this week, down slightly on last week’s 2,297 auctions held, with weekly volumes remaining relatively steady over past month while the weighted average clearance rate has continued to weaken. Over the same period one year ago, there was a considerably higher 2,578 auctions held.

As usual, Melbourne and Sydney are the two busiest capital city auction markets this week, with 990 and 791 homes scheduled to go to auction; down from last week’s final result which saw 1,132and 814 auctions held across the cities respectively.

Reservoir ranks again as busiest weekend auction suburb

 Reservoir ranks again as busiest weekend auction suburb

Reservoir ranks again as busiest weekend auction suburb

Auction activity is expected to be lower week-on week across Brisbane, Perth and Tasmania, while Adelaide and Canberra are expected to be the only capital cities this week to see a rise in volumes.

A Reservoir two bedroom unit priced at $550,000 - $600,000 has been scheduled for auction on June 2 (pictured below).

It is offered by Andrew Montalto and Lillian Akkari from Hockingstuart.

Situated at 1/116 Boldewood Parade, Resevoir, the unit comes with two bedrooms,  living area adjoined by a dining space and a kitchen, and secure single garage. 

It is close to Broadway shops, public transport, the recreation facilities of Gibson Reserve and bike paths by Darebin Creek.

Reservoir ranks again as busiest weekend auction suburb

Another scheduled auction on Saturday is a Port Macquarie four bedroom house with a price guide of $660,000 to $710,000 (pictured below).

It is listed by Jenny Magill from Percival Property. 

Located at 12 Cathie Rd, the house on a 1270 sqm elevated lot features four bedrooms,  spacious dining/lounge room, enclosed patio and game room.

It is just a five minute walk to Emerald Downs Shopping Centre and tavern, and only a five minute walk to Watonga Street shopping precinct.

Reservoir ranks again as busiest weekend auction suburb

 

Summary of Last Week’s results

The combined capital city final auction clearance rate fell to 56.2 per cent last week; the third consecutive week where the combined weighted average has progressively declined. There were 2,297 homes taken to market which was only slightly higher than the week prior when 2,100 auctions were held and 56.8 per cent cleared. The last time clearance rates were tracking at a similar level was in early 2013 when volumes were less comparable over what was the January low period (667).

There were 1,132 Melbourne homes taken to market last week, increasing on the 1,033 over the week prior. The higher volumes saw the final clearance rate drop below 60 per cent, with 59 per cent of auctions successful down on the 62 per cent the previous week.

In Sydney, both auction volumes and the final clearance rate increased last week, with 814 auctions held returning a final auction clearance rate of 56.1 per cent, which was higher than the 54 per cent over the previous week when 672 auctions were held across the city.

Adelaide, Canberra and Perth all saw a week-on-week improvement in clearance rates, while Brisbane and Tasmania’s clearance rate fell.

Across the non-capital city regions, the highest clearance rate was recorded across the Hunter region, with 72.4 per cent of the 54 auctions successful.

 

 

 

 

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