Fitzpatricks

Established in 1950 by the late Geoff Fitzpatrick. We strive for excellence in our field, we aim to provide the best real estate service to the people of Wagga Wagga, embracing the highest standards of expertise, professionalism and integrity.

Styling to Envy

Fitzpatricks - 26/04/2018

Styling or staging is becoming quite popular when it comes to presenting your home for sale. Here are some beautiful homes that we have had the pleasure of photographing over the last few months, showcasing beautiful light filled spaces and clean line kitchens.

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Anzac Day 2018

Fitzpatricks - 19/04/2018

With Anzac Day fast approaching, we thought we would share with you some local Anzac History that you might find interesting. Did you know Edmondson Street is named after the WWII Victoria Cross winner John Hurst Edmondson? In fact, 4 of the 100 VC winners are from the Riverina: John Hurst Edmondson (1914–41; WWII) born in Wagga Wagga William “Bill” Jackson (1897–1959; WWI) born and …

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Building an Energy Efficient Home

Fitzpatricks - 29/03/2018

With so many of blocks of land being sold and houses starting to be built in Boorooma and Lloyd, we thought we would share some quick energy efficient building tips that you may find useful. Building an energy efficient home will not only save you money in the long term but it will also have a positive effect on the environment and those around you. Here …

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What’s on this Easter

Fitzpatricks - 22/03/2018

  With the Easter long weekend just around the corner, we would love to share with you some things to do in Wagga Wagga and the Riverina. The Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens are celebrating 50 years and have organised an Triple M Easter Egg hunt at 9am on Easter Saturday, followed by old time games including the egg and spoon race, free entertainment and food …

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Suburb Spotlight: Turvey Park

Fitzpatricks - 20/03/2018

Geographically Wagga’s most central area, Turvey Park is well known for its wide, tree lined streetscapes and old Californian Bungalows in traditional red brick. Officially added to the municipality of Wagga Wagga in 1939, the suburb was named after the property “Turvey Park” established by Thomas Turvey (who died 14 January 1889), a licensee and store owner. A large family vault on the property was moved to …

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Time to Move House

Fitzpatricks - 15/03/2018

Just purchased a new home or found a new rental? Now for the task of moving all your furniture and goodies to your new abode! We thought we would share a few tips that may make this process just a little easier Take a photo of your electronic device set-up The photo can then be used as a reference point when you go to set …

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Suburb Spotlight – Boorooma

Fitzpatricks - 08/03/2018

Located in the city’s north, neighbouring Estella and Charles Sturt University, Boorooma has seen significant growth over the years. With spectacular views back to Wagga over the Murrumbidgee floodplain and quick easy access to the CBD over the “Gobba” Bridge, Boorooma is proving to be very popular due to its views and easy accessibility. The developing suburb is home to some exciting new parklands, Lineal Park and Explorer park and …

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New Kerbside Service

Fitzpatricks - 01/03/2018

You may have noticed some changes happening with your kerbside bins as Wagga Wagga City Council start to implement the new service.  New bins are being delivered around Wagga at the moment in anticipation for the new service to start on 2 April 2018. Removal of old bins will start after the old bins have been emptied for the last time – the removal of old …

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Follow us on Social Media

Fitzpatricks - 22/02/2018

Do you follow us on Social Media? We are actively posting on seven different social media channels so we can reach our audience on their favorite platform. Here is a summary of those platforms, just follow the links and be sure to follow us to keep up to date with everything that is happening at Fitzpatricks Real Estate. FACEBOOK YOUTUBE INSTAGRAM A breathtaking rural outlook …

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