Potential buyers come time and time again to Fig Tree Pocket home, before selling for more than $1.1m

first_imgInside 681 Jesmond Rd, Fig Tree Pocket.“Sometimes people came back four times,” Ms Harris said.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019“People are more thoughtful than they used to be, particularly in that price range.“They just don’t come through the house and walk up and make an offer.“They want to make sure it’s going to suit their lifestyle.”Ms Harris said six parties showed active interest in the property, and three written offers were received. The home at 681 Jesmond Rd, Fig Tree Pocket, sold for $1,140,950.POTENTIAL buyers are becoming more considered and inspecting properties up to five times before putting in an offer.RE/MAX Profile Real Estate agent Gayle Harris said there were 53 individual inspections of 681 Jesmond Rd at Fig Tree Pocket, but some of those were the same people coming back several times. The kitchen is modern.The home sold for $1,140,950.“It was bought by a couple looking for a family home,” Ms Harris said.The agent said the Jesmond Rd location was highly sought after.“If I had another four or five of those houses in that price bracket, we would sell them,” she said.“In an area like that, which is very family orientated, the market is strong.”last_img

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