Archive for June, 2018

Our Backyard

LORNE – HERE AND THERE

The diversity and offering of our coast is so different from town to town along the entire Great Ocean Road corridor and constantly we will experience multiple sales in one of our four office locations, while other locations can be quiet. The past seven days is a great example of that, where our Apollo Bay office completed three contracted deals in the price ranges of $536,000 … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard

LORNE – HERE AND THERE

It is great to see the civil works at the Oceania Development on the corner of Smith & Armytage Street nearing the final stages in preparation for the building construction to commence. With only three remaining residences of fifteen available in the project, it is shaping as one of Lorne’s most exciting. The 240 sqm residences over multiple levels have attracted unprecedented buyer interest at full … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard

LORNE – HERE AND THERE

It can’t go without saying that the Lorne Football and Netball Club has been kicking goals on and off the field. The club has six netball teams, four football teams and a core group of volunteers that are the heart and soul of what this proud club continues to deliver. One of the real success stories over recent years has been the continuing growth and attendance … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard

LORNE – HERE AND THERE

During the week just passed we had members of the Consumer Affairs Victoria compliance team run an information session here in Lorne at the Community House. The presentation was on the legal changes that are being enforced around price quoting, the statement of information and other legislation affecting the sale process.

In over thirty years of real estate practice it’s the first time that Consumer Affairs have … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard – Lorne

LORNE – HERE AND THERE

I was recently exposed to a snap shot of the Lorne Sculpture Biennale 2018 that revealed some fascinating data about this years event that I wanted to share. Over the two week period 60,000 people visited the display of which 66% were female and 34% male. The event attracted more of the older age groups, 40% of visitors being 65+, 30% 55-64 years and 13% 45 … Continue Reading »