Why these Gold Coast vendors are taking their Benowa property to auction

Trent Belling and Nick Browne with border collie dog Murphy are selling their block of land at 192A Heeb St, Benowa. Picture Glenn Hampson
GOLD Coast resident Trent Belling is selling a parcel of land at auction to take advantage of the spring selling season.
“I think an auction gives it the best chance to sell,” Mr Belling said.
“There’s greater exposure with the spring auction event in terms of quality properties, hardworking agents and motivated buyers.
“It’s a win-win outcome for everyone.”

192A Heeb St, Benowa.
Mr Belling bought the 475 sqm block, at 192A Heeb St, Benowa, in January, 2021.
“We were planning to build our home there as it’s close to family in nearby Royal Pines and Southport,” he said.
“But earlier this year we moved into a large apartment that’s more house-like and we have fallen in love with apartment living.”

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var result = minutes + “:” + (seconds < 10 ? "0" + seconds : seconds); return result; } })(window.videojs); MORE NEWS: Gold Coast real estate: Burleigh retro house snapped up Interstate investors snub Qld market, set for major sell-off Gold Coast and Northern NSW real estate: The latest auction and sales results Despite a change of direction, Mr Belling said he had house plans drawn up that he was willing to share with a potential buyer. “We have architectural plans for a house which we are happy to talk to any buyer about,” he said. “We do understand some people are nervous about building at the moment but it’s definitely not the end of the world. “If you pick a good builder and do your due diligence you are going to get a great home to live in.” 192A Heeb St, Benowa. He said he believed the property market was still relatively strong on the Gold Coast. “The speed of sales is a bit slower but the buyers are still there,” he said. “Basic economics tells you Benowa is a hot suburb with excellent schools, proximity to the beach and M1, and employment opportunities. “More people want to live there then there are opportunities to live there.” Mr Belling is selling his property through Lana Faulkner of Ray White Surfers Paradise Group. It goes to auction at the agency’s Spring Carnival Auction Event on September 29. The post Why these Gold Coast vendors are taking their Benowa property to auction appeared first on realestate.com.au.

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