Property auction results
Home Price Guide
Home Price Guide® provides recent property sales & auction results.
REIV - Real Estate Institute of Victoria
Get the latest auction results first from the REIV every Saturday and Sunday evening.
APM Home Price Guide
Latest Auction Results - APM Home Price Guide
Melbourne recent property sales & real estate auction results @ domain.com.au
View the weekly auction results by suburb for the Melbourne, VIC area, including data on sold property prices, auction dates and Agent details on realestate.com.au
Auction Results and Recent Property Sales - realestate.com.au
Select and view the latest auction results from across Australia including recent house and property sales data on realestate.com.au
Australian Real Estate Blog
Melbourne and Sydney Auction Results
Property Auction times across Australia
Find Auction Times on - realestate.com.au
Ray White Real Estate Property Auction
1300 RAYWHITE - Ray White Property Auctions - www.raywhiteauction.com
Auction result information can be a handy tool for watching the property market, but knowing what the numbers mean and how they are calculated is the key to success. Secondly, APM publishes results on Saturday evening, based on the majority sample collected on that day, for release across various publications on the Sunday, while the process of collecting results continues. Essentially, what the clearance rate aims to provide, are a snapshot of how demand and supply in the auction market is behaving and a leading indicator as to how the whole market is expected to perform. APM includes withdrawn auctions in the calculation to prevent any bias in the clearance rate caused by properties being withdrawn due to expectations it may not sell or fail to achieve an expected price.
Melbourne Sales Results
Guide to selling a property at auction: sell your house for the best price
And since auction is a sale through exclusive agency, where only one agent lists your property, agent fees can often be substantially lower. Your agent will arrange for an advertising campaign to raise the interest of potential buyers. Your agent will also arrange for a number of open house inspections - set times when anyone can come into your property to look around. Your agent should keep a log of all people entering the property on each of these occasions so they can ascertain how many are repeat visitors. People who inspect more than once are often showing a genuine interest as a potential buyer. The sale of the property is not finalised until both seller and buyer have signed the contract and all relevant checks and transfers have been made.
Seven rules for buying at auction
If you don't know the tricks used at auctions, you are certain to get hurt