Archive for October, 2009

Are we starting to see the benefits of the Geelong Bypass?


Michael Coutts

Extremely strong activity in recent weeks has agents talking about the ‘good old days’.

Just this week our agency has received offers from three parties on the one property which has only been on the market for around a week. The end result to the vendor being a sale well above the asking price. Clear evidence of the strength of the … Continue Reading »

Market going swimmingly well


Michael Coutts

An unbelievable amount of property was appraised this week in Lorne and the surrounding hamlets (e.g. Sep Creek, Wye, Kennett, Deans Marsh, Birre). Many listings will be posted on our website over the next month so stay tuned.

Most listings will be marketed through our usual mediums but others we will simply receive formal instruction and place with our established … Continue Reading »

Lorne isn’t always about the Beach


Michael Coutts

You should see the amazing Lorne Sculpture Exhibition on the Lorne foreshore and coastal walk! The exhibit runs from Saturday 17th October through to Sunday 8th November and well worth the trip to see for your self. We are proud to be sponsoring such fantastic event.

The sculptures are large scale and from a variety of prominent artists and emerging talents. … Continue Reading »

Lorne is only getting better

As you read this post the new hot mix tarmac of Lorne’s multi million dollar streetscape will be all but complete and the end clearly in sight – hooray! Not only does it look great but you can now get here quicker thanks to the recently opened Geelong Ring Road.

With Melbourne’s best view in my rear vision mirror from beneath the Australian flag on top of the Westgate Bridge, I … Continue Reading »

Seasonal return of Great Ocean Road Holiday lovers.

The siren of the AFL Grand Final sends a significant message to the coast.

* The 2009 AFL premiership cup again sits proudly in Geelong.
* The third term school holidays vacating are almost complete.
* Visitations and focus of local owners, absentee owners, would-be owners and visitors alike is again re-aligned to “our backyard”.
Many coastal traders report that their businesses are re-born with the … Continue Reading »