2023 is well-underway, it’s hard to believe we are already in February. We hope you’ve had some time to enjoy the summer and catch up with friends and family.
As usual, great summer weather over the school holidays meant there were plenty of people around the area. Some new to discovering this slice of paradise, and many returning for their annual family get-togethers.
General enquiries increased and open homes saw a surge in buyer activity as they resurface from the holiday period. As far as 2023 is looking, there is light at the end of the tunnel as far as interest rate rises are concerned. This will no doubt help with buyer confidence, and we expect a flow of more engaged buyers as the year progresses.
We have started the year with an abundance of fantastic sales! Feature sales of the month include; Ryan Stalgis negotiating 110 Headland Drive, Gerroa for a spectacular $5,100,000, Terry Digger and Abbey Murphy selling 86 Kiarama Avenue, Kiama Downs for an impressive $1,900,000 and Claire Nunn achieving the great result of $1,000,000 for 15 Towers Road, Shoalhaven Heads!
Exciting news to start the year we are very proud to announce we have been selected as FINALISTS for the Real Estate Institute of AUSTRALIA’S Residential Sales Team of the Year! A huge achievement for our agency and area as these are the most respected awards in the industry. The winners will be announced at the awards night on the 9th March. Well done to our CCFN team!
If you are considering what to do with your property, please reach out to one of our agents. With our extensive local market knowledge, we are qualified to give you advice on:
- How to prepare your home for sale to ensure you maximise your sale price
- How your home would be valued in the current market, or
- Whether renting your property vs. selling is worthwhile based on your circumstances
We thank you for your continued support, we really appreciate having you in our community.
The Team at First National Coast & Country.
Seeing our community thrive is important to us as an organisation, that is why we continue to support as many local organisations as we can. In particular, those who help to promote the health and well being of our local people.