Wagga Market

Methods of Sale

Fitzpatricks - 03/10/2019

There are a lot of things to consider when selling your home, method of sale is one of them. The two most common methods of selling Real Estate are Auction and Private Treaty. Read our eBook to find out more about Methods of Sale or talk to one of our experienced agents who can give you advice on which method is best for selling your …

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Quick Tips for Buying at Auction

Fitzpatricks - 05/06/2019

So the property you wish to purchase is going to auction. Here’s a quick guide to what you need to know come Auction time So what’s involved in buying a home at auction? To be able to bid at auction you will need to register prior to the auction commencing. You will be asked to give your name, address and show proof of identity If …

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Fitzpatricks Report 2018

Fitzpatricks - 08/11/2018

The Fitzpatricks Report for the 2018 Financial Year has been released and includes some interesting statistics from residential sales, property management and commercial. It is the only full and comprehensive report primarily aimed at providing you with the latest Wagga Wagga market data and knowledge to help you identify where potential real estate growth exists, including comparable data from NSW and capital cities.

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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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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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2018 Wagga Real Estate Predictions

Fitzpatricks - 25/01/2018

2017 saw significant growth in the median sale price of houses in suburbs around Wagga, often fuelled by a drop in some suburbs’ sales volumes. Sales volumes for houses in Central Wagga dropped from 119 in 2014 to 96 in 2017. Bourkelands saw the median sale price of houses increase by $37,750 over the three years from 2014, while Tatton median sale prices rose from …

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Fitzpatricks Report 2017

Fitzpatricks - 02/11/2017

The Fitzpatricks Report for the 2017 Financial Year has been released and includes some interesting statistics from residential sales, property management and commercial. It is the only full and comprehensive report primarily aimed at providing you with the latest Wagga Wagga market data and knowledge to help you identify where potential real estate growth exists, including comparable data from NSW and capital cities. The report …

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Suburb Spotlight: Lloyd

Fitzpatricks - 22/08/2017

Set on the south-western extreme of Wagga Wagga, Lloyd is a modern housing development that, whilst established in the late 1990s, is still in it’s adolescence but quickly growing. Nestled at the foot of the Jubilee Hills overlooking Glenfield, Lloyd is bounded on the west by the Holbrook Road and Red Hill Road to the north. Adjacent to the Jubilee Sporting Complex and within a …

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Second Quarter Wrap

Fitzpatricks - 27/07/2017

The second quarter of 2017 saw sales and listings slightly down, following a high level of sales in the previous quarter. It is also expected to follow a similar trend in the Winter period as vendors and purchasers hold off for the Spring market. There were 291 residential sales in Wagga Wagga from 1st April 2017 to 30 June 2017 with a median price of …

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