RE/MAX Cairns holding auction of 8 homes at Whitfield chapel

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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 Rate1xFullscreen2018: What is negative gearing?01:55IT will be standing room only at the Whitfield chapel tonight as eight properties go under the hammer.RE/MAX Cairns principal Tony Williamson said it was the biggest number of properties to be auctioned at one time since the business moved into the 47 Heavey Cr address at the beginning of last year.More than 80 people are expected to pack the former chapel. 47 Terminalia St, Redlynch 9 Melaleuca St, Manunda 4/12-14 Ireland Cr, Whitfield RE/MAX agent Ray Murphy has received a lot of interest in 20 Irene St, Mooroobool 108/2 Oliva St, Palm Cove 20 Irene St, Earlville 9-11 Evergreen St, Clifton Beach is up for auction.“I have got some people coming tonight looking to buy but who have not experienced an auction. It will be great for them to have a look, see what happens, what’s required, have a look at the process.”Mr Williamson said even if homes didn’t sell tonight, the auction was a step in the right direction to getting the best price for a property.“I always say to people if you die your things will be sold at a deceased estate auction, if you go broke it will be a mortgagee in possession auction — it is the first method of sale, no one can question a sale by auction,” he said. 12 Leftwich St, White Rock 9-11 Evergreen St, Clifton Beach center_img 59 Charles St, Innisfail SOLD BEFORE AUCTION 47 Terminalia St, RedlynchMore from newsCairns home ticks popular internet search terms2 days agoTen auction results from ‘active’ weekend in Cairns2 days ago“It’s a good chance for the sellers to have the sales settled by Christmas.”But those hoping to bid on 47 Terminalia St, a spacious Redlynch home nestled in the rainforest with views over the mountains, are out of luck.The home sold today.Agent Cathy Ratcliffe said the buyers had shown interest in it the past few weeks and made a cash offer.“The owners bought it from me over two years ago and sold it for not far off what they paid for it which is great in this market which has certainly contracted a bit in that time frame,” she said. 9 Melaleuca St Manunda. Supplied by RE/MAX Real Estate Services“The house had been on the market with a price on it and it had two offers early on, before the vendors had moved south, which they weren’t keen on. But once the vendors moved south, they were great, they listened to what we were saying, and we got it staged, and talked about going to auction, so that’s what we did. “Since we made that decision it went off like a frog in a sock. From the beginning it was in a location that is popular with buyers. The outcome we got was really good. Agent Ray Murphy said 20 Irene St, Mooroobool, had attracted plenty of inquiries leading up to today.Mr Murphy has five properties up for sale tonight.“20 Irene St is in the right price bracket, it is on a big block, with a big shed, I expect there to be a fair bit of active bidding on that this afternoon,” he said.“This would have to be one of the biggest auctions in the chapel. It’s encouraging and a sign the market has more confidence. 22 Denver St, White Rock HOMES UP FOR AUCTION TONIGHT It is a tough market for the Cassowary Coast but agent Ray Murphy said 59 Charles St, Innisfail will sell.“In Sydney and Melbourne 90 per cent of houses on the market go to auction, Cairns has always had about 20 per cent. It’s a bit of an up and down market at the moment so it’s worth trying an auction. At worst all it does is delay pricing the property for three weeks.“What really annoys me is when agents list a property and sell it the same day, I always think, ‘did it go too cheap?’, ‘hang on did the owner undersell the property?’.“We want to make sure we get the right price for the sellers.”last_img read more

Shafer says Gulley ready to return kicks again at Georgia Tech, Estime solely H-back for now

first_img Published on October 17, 2013 at 11:24 am Contact Trevor: tbhass@syr.edu | @TrevorHass Facebook Twitter Google+ With George Morris II doubtful for Saturday’s matchup against Georgia Tech, Syracuse head coach Scott Shafer said he has no reservations using Prince-Tyson Gulley in the kick return game again this week.Gulley joined Devante McFarlane on kick returns in Syracuse’s 24-10 win against North Carolina State on Saturday. Gulley brought back his only chance from the end zone to the Syracuse 26-yard line early in the fourth quarter.“Prince has always been a viable option back there,” Shafer said.As for the multi-talented freshman H-back Brisly Estime, Shafer said there’s no issue with him being able to catch the ball. He has the skill set to return kicks, but Shafer and offensive coordinator George McDonald want to ease him into his role as an H-Back before thrusting him into the return game.“The issue is he can’t have too many pots on the stove,” Shafer said.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textShafer added that it could have been the other way around. He, McDonald and Co. could have chosen to hone Estime’s return game from the start of the season, but they considered him more of an asset catching passes.He said Estime catches the ball really well and that he’s just behind Syracuse punt returner Ritchy Desir in that regard. Estime’s role could expand in the future, but for now he’s solely an H-Back.Said Shafer: “That was an educated choice by all of us.” Commentslast_img read more

Van Gall not concerned over Rooney injury

first_imgHis side are in Denmark to face Midtjylland in the first leg of their Europa League last-32 tie.Whoever wins the trophy also qualifies for next season’s Champions League.Van Gaal says it may be their best route to get there.last_img

Stadium ”Bilino Polje” is ready to host BiH and Greece

first_imgOnly two days remain before the qualifying match between BIH and Greece.The match will be played at a beautiful stadium ”Bilino Polje” in Zenica, and the final works on the stadium are being finished.Football club ”Čelik” who plays their matches at  ”Bilino Polje” stadium, played the last round at ”Kamberovića Polje” stadium, so that the he field would be the best possible for the match.The works are being finished and workers only need to paint the lines.Greek team will have their official training at ”Bilino Polje” stadium at 6.30 p.m.last_img