Hi, Just thought I would share this story and hopefully start some interesting discussion on the lower end of the market - I'm sure there are many differing opinions out there at the moment... I recently listed a property for sale in a good suburb about 9km from the city (this is it). For the last 18 months I have been completing renovations on the property and had quite a few agents through for appraisals. Right before the share market crash and all the uncertainty that it brought with it, I had 3 appraisals that came back at $395k, $410k and $415k. About a month ago I contacted 3 agents again for appraisals and expected to get something similar price wise and the first two obliged saying "low 400s" whilst the third said closer to $450k. My personal research indicated that $430k would have been a reasonable price although up on a year ago... After a lot of deliberation we decided to go with the last agent and the property was sold for $447k before even hitting the internet. I would like to know what others thought on this are - could it be the effects of the FHOG Boost creating a bubble in this section of the market? Or possibly underquoting by several agents? Maybe I just got lucky with a really good agent? Im looking at buying again in a similar price bracket so I'm debating wether to wait a few months to see what happens to the market or just bite the bullet and buy straight away.