May/June 2013 Market Update

The weather may be cooling down as we head into winter, but the property market is really heating up. 2013 has seen the market go from strength to strength. We have been seeing steady growth in lower end properties for a while now, but finally (after years of little or no movement) the upper end has started to enjoy activity as well! Prices across the board have had a significant jump…and whilst winter is seasonally associated with reduced buyer activity, this year buyers are rugging up and are out there in force. Properties are selling fast and for good prices. Stock levels are still low however, which is ideal for vendors as it is driving competition upwards and enabling us to negotiate premium prices.

For a full rundown on the Northern Beaches property market, check out our recent videos below. The first video will give you a good insight in the luxury apartment market in Manly and Queenscliff, plus will give you an insight into how Tim performs from a recent vendor’s perspective. The second video (filmed at Pilu Restaurant in Freshwater) will give you a full overview on the Northern Beaches market, providing you with current activity and market trends in suburbs such as Seaforth, Manly, Allambie Heights, Frenchs Forest, Belrose, Queenscliff, Freshwater, Dee Why, Balgowlah and surrounding areas.

If you would like further information on the market climate in your area please don’t hesitate to contact us for a confidential discussion. If you or any of your family or friends have any real estate needs, we would be pleased to be of assistance.


Enjoy the videos and we look forward to assisting you soon.

About Bernadette Cullen

Bernadette Cullen is the Campaign Specialist at Northern Beaches Property Specialists. With extensive experience in design, real estate marketing and client service, Bernadette brings to the team outstanding communication and excellent people skills. A seasoned property expert that loves her chosen profession and believes there is no better place than the Northern Beaches to live, work and raise her young family.

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