Local property market update: Values are rising in the Murraylands
Raine and Horne Murraylands’ Michael Cox and Casey DeMichele debut a new monthly real estate feature in Murray Bridge News.
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If you want to know all about what’s happening in the Murraylands’ property market, you’ve come to the right place.
Each month, starting today, John DeMichele and his team at Raine and Horne Murraylands will present a regular update on local market trends for property owners, buyers, sellers and renters.
The good news: our region remains a solid investment.
Senior property consultant Michael Cox said the local market was bucking the doom-and-gloom trends being reported in national media.
“For us in the Murraylands, it’s even better than in Adelaide,” he said.
“There’s still a lot of positivity and continued growth, and we’re getting a lot of enquiries and offers.
“There’s a lot of doom and gloom with regard to power prices, fuel, interest rates and so on; but property values are holding up well.”
A relative shortage of homes, and the coming re-opening of Thomas Foods International, meant demand was strong and likely to remain that way.
“That’s only going to drive prices up,” he said.
In such a market, sales consultant Casey DeMichele said, it was important for buyers to get all their ducks in a row early, including financing.
That would put them in the best possible position when the right home came up for sale.
Stats for July at Raine and Horne
Eight new listings, including four already under contract
The team at Raine and Horne Murraylands are here to help you with advice on any real estate matter.
Visit www.raineandhorne.com.au/murraylands, call 8532 3833 or drop into the office at 4 Seventh Street, Murray Bridge.
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