First home buyers have been dominating interest in Cardiff and Cardiff South, according to First National Altitude’s Brigitte Audet.
The agency sold two-bedroom cottages in Cardiff’s Margaret Street and Cardiff South’s Ethel Street for $510,000.
Both properties were listed with a guide of $460,000 to $500,000 and attracted over 30 groups across two inspections.
In Myall Road, Cardiff, a four-bedroom home sold for $517,500.
“The market has slowed down but if the properties are well-presented and around $500,000, we’re finding they’re still doing well,” Ms Audet said.
Edgeworth: A four-bedroom home in Neilson Street, Edgeworth sold for $517,000. It was positioned on around 650 square metres of land.
Mayfield: A three-bedroom residence in Cadell Avenue on 458 square metres of land was bought for $650,000.
Adamstown: In Bailey Street, a three-bedroom house on 342 square metres of land sold for $751,600.
Garden Suburb: A two-storey, four-bedroom brick home in Stonecrop Place with an inground pool sold for $833,111.
Dudley: In Ivy Street, there was a $720,000 for a three-bedroom residence on a 763 square metre block.
Mayfield East: A three-bedroom home, built 11 years ago, in O'Mara Street on 387 square metres sold for $700,000.
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