It was a novelty to be standing outside to witness the auction given the day’s rainy weather. In his preamble, auctioneer Andrew Macmillan spoke passionately about the property, describing it as “first class.” Proceedings were opened with a vendor bid of $1,050,000 and Mr Macmillan looked for $20,000 rises. Mr Macmillan did his utmost to create audience participation from the 30 in attendance and accepted rises of $10,000. However with no bidding on the day, the property was passed in on a second vendor bid of $1,080,000.
It was Pauline's first conversation with Gina on Monday night that helped convince us that buying so quickly was actually possible . Hi Gina and Mal,
We just wanted to drop you a note to thank you for helping us to buy yesterday. We couldn't have managed it without you and we were very impressed with your research, support and of course, work at the auction itself.
The week was full of different emotions for us and yo...