Belmont reno sparks a rush of younger consumers as COVID-19 guidelines ease

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33 South Avenue, Belmont, bought for $810,000 in lower than per week.


A Belmont home renovated for a household that since relocated to Tasmania for work sparked a rush of younger consumers.

Twenty-five teams over two days inspected the three-bedroom home at 33 South Street earlier than a number of gives piled in.

Hodges, Geelong West agent Jeff Begg mentioned the 731sq m property bought for $810,000 after days available on the market.

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The weatherboard home was listed with a $735,000 to $775,000 worth information, however the competitors from the native shopping for pool gave the sellers a welcome bonus.

“It actually appealed to second-home consumers that are all younger households,” Mr Begg mentioned.

“They have been trying to upsize to get into that spot.

33 South Avenue, Belmont, bought for $810,000 in lower than per week.


Mr Begg mentioned the standard renovation appealed to consumers.

“The distributors up to date it as a result of it was going to be their household house however they have been relocated to Tassie for work,” he mentioned

“They cherished Tassie that a lot they purchased a home in Hobart and that’s the place they’re going to remain.

“As a result of they up to date it to be their household house, it had attraction and character. It wasn’t executed as a flip.”

33 South Avenue, Belmont, bought for $810,000 in lower than per week.


Mr Begg mentioned the home sat in a $700,000 to $900,000 worth bracket that was “purple sizzling” not too long ago.

“They’re all native individuals they’ve appealed to and so they don’t must compete with Melbourne consumers,” he mentioned.

CoreLogic information reveals 58 properties bought in that bracket since September 1, outstripping 45 gross sales in August.

There has additionally been a run of fast gross sales not too long ago, with consumers snapping up houses in Geelong West, Belmont, South Geelong and Newcomb in matter of days.

33 South Avenue, Belmont, bought for $810,000 in lower than per week.


Mr Begg mentioned the market had “kicked in to second gear” prior to now seven to 10 days, coinciding when Premier Daniel Andrews gave sturdy hints that regional Victoria would carry out of Stage 3 coronavirus restrictions.

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“There’s much more purchaser exercise and we’re speaking to much more individuals which are getting ready to promote, so there may be going to be much more inventory come on to the market nearer to the tip of the 12 months,” he mentioned.

33 South Avenue, Belmont, bought for $810,000 in lower than per week.


“Restrictions have eased in Geelong and regional Victoria and we’re anticipating stage 4 restrictions in Melbourne easing within the subsequent week or so.

“I are likely to suppose as we’ve gone via the journey lots of people from out of city will really feel like they don’t want to enter Melbourne to go to work to allow them to relocate their households in regional Victoria and work at home.”

Buxton, Newtown agent Tom Butters mentioned extra potential sellers have been reaching out to contemplate itemizing because the second COVID-19 wave subsides.

33 South Avenue, Belmont, bought for $810,000 in lower than per week.


He mentioned the current gross sales outcomes and quantity of native inquiry, particularly for property underneath $800,000, reveals sellers ought to have the arrogance to record.

“It’s turning round now. Individuals are realising simply how buoyant Geelong is,” he mentioned.

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