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Results Hammered Home at Ray White In-room Auctions

By Emma Grant

It was standing room only at The Grand Hotel 6.00pm Tuesday February 26th, for Ray White Gladstone’s monthly in-room Auctions.

A strong crowd of 70 attended for the offering of five local properties. Attendees were treated to some spirited bidding, which resulted in three of the five properties being sold under the hammer.

Ray White Gladstone principal Andrew Allen and Auctioneer on the evening was pleased with the Auction results and the number of interested parties who attended on the night.

“It’s great to see buyer confidence in the local market, which made for some strong bidding and great outcomes for our buyers and sellers,” Andrew said.

“With three of the offered properties sold under the hammer on the night, and negotiations continuing on the other two, I believe our comprehensive property marketing campaigns were the catalyst to a very successful Auction,” Andrew explained.

“Interest prior to the Auction was enormous, with all open houses attracting a huge number of buyer interest which culminated in excellent results.”

The next Ray White Gladstone in-room Auction is schedule for 6.00pm Tuesday March 26th. Bookings are now being taken, so if you are thinking of selling your property, call the office on 07 4972 3288.

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