First-home buyer pays $100,000 above reserve in Glen Waverley

A student beat nine other bidders at one of Saturday's busiest auctions.
A student beat nine other bidders at one of Saturday's busiest auctions.
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PAKENHAM agents advertised a small offering 850 head for their fortnightly store cattle market yesterday, with prices fetching a high of $1140 a head for Angus steers. PAKENHAM agents advertised a small offering 850 head for their fortnightly store cattle market yesterday, with prices fetching a high of $1140 a head for Angus steers.
'PRECIOUS cargo' would be one way to describe a bale of wool that boarded a jet bound for Italy last week. 'PRECIOUS cargo' would be one way to describe a bale of wool that boarded a jet bound for Italy last week.
A FEATURE display of pregnancy tested in-calf (PTIC) Angus heifers made $1150-$1230 a head at Kyneton’s monthly store cattle yesterday, where 700 head were offered keen local and feedlot inquiry. A FEATURE display of pregnancy tested in-calf (PTIC) Angus heifers made $1150-$1230 a head at Kyneton’s monthly store cattle yesterday, where 700 head were offered keen local and feedlot inquiry.
THE second major resignation for the dairy sector in one day has seen Natalie Collard reveal her decision to step down as Australian Dairy Farmers (ADF) chief executive officer, effective from April 2015. THE second major resignation for the dairy sector in one day has seen Natalie Collard reveal her decision to step down as Australian Dairy Farmers (ADF) chief executive officer, effective from April 2015.
Top picks on the market this week.
31 Jan 15 Top picks on the market this week.
INTERACTIVE: See how much house prices grew in your suburb in 2014.
31 Jan 15 INTERACTIVE: See how much house prices grew in your suburb in 2014.
The picturesque and secluded coastal pad where Kylie Minogue took time out looms as a big sale for a tiny island.
31 Jan 15 The picturesque and secluded coastal pad where Kylie Minogue took time out looms as a big sale for a tiny island.
Classier finishes, better design and more inclusions are now must-haves.
31 Jan 15 Classier finishes, better design and more inclusions are now must-haves.
31 Jan 15 In a unit complex the answer is not always clear cut.
31 Jan 15 The battle in strata isn't between owners and renters, it's between decent people and the selfish ones.
It's perhaps no surprise that the revamped semi has a recording studio in the attic.
31 Jan 15 It's perhaps no surprise that the revamped semi has a recording studio in the attic.
31 Jan 15 This Blenheim Street mechanics' workshop has been replaced by a five-bedroom home with pool.
31 Jan 15 How the property market is looking in 2015
With interest rates low, some Brisbane locals see 2015 as a good time to buy.
30 Jan 15 With interest rates low, some Brisbane locals see 2015 as a good time to buy.
With Villa World expanding since its start in 1986, demand has steadily increased for its land releases.
30 Jan 15 With Villa World expanding since its start in 1986, demand has steadily increased for its land releases.
26 Jan 15 Skinny towers are on the rise in land-starved cities, with one development taking slender to new heights.
26 Jan 15 When it comes to working out the right price to put on your property at sale time there's no substitute for using up a bit of shoe leather.
Butler's pantries and mudrooms are some of the intriguing design trends that will transform Melbourne living.
25 Jan 15 Butler's pantries and mudrooms are some of the intriguing design trends that will transform Melbourne living.
A drunk neighbour, clambering up a ladder to get into his flat, not to mention smoking pot with his mates on the common property roof, starts 2015's parade of the sad, mad and bad of strata living.
24 Jan 15 A drunk neighbour, clambering up a ladder to get into his flat, not to mention smoking pot with his mates on the common property roof, starts 2015's parade of the sad, mad and bad of...
Take a look at some of the properties we're excited about this weekend.
24 Jan 15 Take a look at some of the properties we're excited about this weekend.
23 Jan 15 For coastal agents the Australia Day weekend means big business.
For years the council has removed foul-smelling rubbish and now wants its money back.
23 Jan 15 For years the council has removed foul-smelling rubbish and now wants its money back.
Listening devices installed in the foyer of the luxury Altair block have upset high-profile residents.
21 Jan 15 Listening devices installed in the foyer of the luxury Altair block have upset high-profile residents.
Virtual golf ranges in apartment complexes appear to be the latest trend for upmarket developments across Sydney and Melbourne.
21 Jan 15 Virtual golf ranges in apartment complexes appear to be the latest trend for upmarket developments across Sydney and Melbourne.
As Domain launches its School Zone feature, agents say homehunters are seeking out the best catchments.
21 Jan 15 As Domain launches its School Zone feature, agents say homehunters are seeking out the best catchments.
20 Jan 15 A city skyline dotted with food- producing high rises and leafy facades could become a reality in the not-too-distant future. 
You could hardly call it a real estate rush on panic rooms, bomb shelters or bunkers but there is a growing market for survival silos in the land of the brave.
20 Jan 15 You could hardly call it a real estate rush on panic rooms, bomb shelters or bunkers but there is a growing market for survival silos in the land of the brave.
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Typically superficial and simplistic. The WA wheatbelt covers a vast area from north to south to
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Abbott says he will lead the coalition at the next federal election - what a load of bulla.
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what an amusing little article this is. Two pages of how good everything is in the west and then
DRINKERS of raw milk have been left with a bitter taste in their mouths. That's because Victoria Consumer Affairs Minister Jane Garrett ordered a gag-inducing chemical to be poured into all raw milk sold in stores from Sunday, ensuring no one is able to drink it.30 Jan 15 DRINKERS of raw milk have been left with a bitter taste in their mouths. That's because Victoria Consumer Affairs...
THE second major resignation for the dairy sector in one day has seen Natalie Collard reveal her decision to step down as Australian Dairy Farmers (ADF) chief executive officer, effective from April 2015.29 Jan 15 THE second major resignation for the dairy sector in one day has seen Natalie Collard reveal her decision to step...