For most of the past decade, this Glengowrie real estate agent, McGrath Real Estate, has noted that house prices have been on a steady rise in the suburb.
If you’re thinking of selling your house in Glengowrie, the market is proving to remain buoyant in 2017.
Glengowrie real estate prices peaked in 2008 and again in 2010.
Since then, a further upturn in 2013 has seen prices continue to rise.
As the rising tide continues to lift prices for all properties in Glengowrie, it is worth noting that this high demand is being mirrored in online sites like RealEstate.com.au where Glengowrie listings are getting 1046 visits per month, compared to South Australia’s average of 636.
We believe Glengowrie will remain of perpetual interest to buyers due its close proximity to the coast and access to the city-to- bay tram, which is currently having its Jetty Road tracks upgraded—a sign of its ongoing importance.
Insights from a Glengowrie real estate agent
In a sign of things to come, Paul McGrath recently had great success selling a property at 25 Beadnall Terrace, Glengowrie.
Paul believes there were some particular aspects that buyers were looking for.
“Firstly, this property was well priced in what I would deem a ‘hot spot’,” he says.
“Furthermore, the pricing actually was well matched to the accommodation on offer, which shows that when you set a sensible price with local expertise, you stand to have a better outcome in the market,” says Paul.
So, if you’re looking for a Glengowrie real estate agent, we are ready to conduct our thorough appraisal for you and give you a solid foundation for selling your house in Glengowrie.
Contact us to discuss our strategy for getting you the best price for your Glengowrie home.