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Northern beaches time on market falls to 17 days as buyers move quickly

The properties on Northern Beach are out of the open, the number of days in the market has dropped to just 17 days, and a new property report has been revealed.

REA Group’s Insights Housing Market Indicator Report analyzes consumer activity on property listings every month and finds that Northern Beach properties on the realestate.com.au site are viewed an average of 7173 times. Statistics are better than in other parts of the state. Anne Flaherty, the author of the report and economist at realestate.com.au, states that the average number of days in the broader NSW market is 27 days and the view per list is 2258 days.

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Home office at 11A Goondari Rd in Aramby Heights.


“The Northern Beach area has 13 suburbs with an average view per list of over 10,000, with the most viewed lists being Allambie Heights (20,935), Seaforce (18,589), Fairlight (15,945) and North. It was Bargoura (15,222). “She said.

This news was natural for McGrath Manly’s Tim Cullen. The agent specializes in selling at Allambie Heights and sold his only available property in the suburbs at an auction on Saturday.

He shut down on the results at the 11A Goondari Rd, which had a $ 1.55 million guide.

According to realestate.com.au, the sale leaves only one home and one apartment on the open market. Karen said the surrounding suburbs around Allambie Heights are currently targeted by buyers.

No. 232 Warringah Rd and Beacon Hill were sold within a few days of listing.


He sells properties so quickly that he can’t even take pictures for marketing. For example, 232 Warringah Rd and Beacon Hill, which were sold within a few days of listing.

“I’ve never seen it this way,” Karen said.

He said several Aramby Heights properties will be on the market in the coming months.

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