Homeswest restructuring program rolls on

THE New Living program by Homeswest continues to gather momentum with more residential property being placed on the market.

At Doubleview, six of seven houses offered were sold by auction recently and all fetched prices above reserve, achieving a combined $1,097,500.

Homeswest executive director Greg Joyce said the enthusiastic bidding was indicative of community confidence in this area.

The public auction of locally placed blocks of land with weatherboard houses attracted a big crowd to the John K Lyons Oval at Doubleview Primary School, with bidding ranging from $194,000 for 163 Wilding Street to $155,500 for 136 Huntriss Road.

The auction was conducted by Druitt First National Real Estate.

Homeswest will place another six properties in Como under the hammer this month as part of its ongoing program.

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