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The Northern Territory news Sat 22 Sep 2018

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Title

The Northern Territory news Sat 22 Sep 2018

Other title

NT news

Collection

The Northern Territory news; NewspaperNT

Date

2018-09-22

Description

This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin

Publisher name

News Corp Australia

Place of publication

Darwin

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

News Corp Australia

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Series/C1968A00063

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/304898

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/361546

Page content

02 REALESTATE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22 2018 REALESTATE.COM.AU NTNE01Z01RE - V1 BEING extremely short wont help you at the theatre, the footy or on a basketball court, but it just might save you money at the supermarket. Tall people, too, can save at the shops thanks to the retailers mantra of eye level is buy level, that puts their most profitable products right in front of consumers faces. Looking high or low on the shelves can be a good way to grab cheaper groceries, say shopping specialists, but they warn that other factors also come into play. MyBudget founder and director Tammy Barton said there was nothing accidental about how supermarkets were designed. Theres a whole field of research dedicated to supermarket merchandising and taking advantage of consumer behaviour, she said. Cheaper products are rarely at eye level you need to be willing to bend your knees or crane your neck, which is where youll often find bulk items that have a lower unit cost. Ms Barton said her favourite place to shop was at home. I do my grocery shopping online where I can set the items to display by unit price. By doing that, Ive discovered cheaper brands that I cant remember seeing on the shelves, she said. The word special can be a trap at eye level, as retailers may only offer a tiny discount on expensive products. Consumer psychologist and Deakin University senior lecturer Paul Harrison said researchers had studied shoppers emotional responses to words such as special. It plays into our subconscious and we think it must be good, he said. When they see the word special, what tends to happen is the emotional part of the brain the less-controlled part tends to respond first, as opposed to the rational brain. Dr Harrison said shoppers did not need to try to find the biggest bargain for every item. One persons bargain is another persons cheap product, he said. FOCUS: INNER-CITY LIVING CHECK OUT THESE BEAUTIFUL APARTMENTS UP FOR SALE IN THE HEART OF DARWIN MARKET PLACE 1 17/6 HOUSTON STREETLARRAKEYAH$412,000 On a quiet street is this fantastic top floor apartment that boasts wonderful views over the golf course and to the water beyond. 2 11/73B RUDDICK CCTSTUART PARK$315,000 Located in a stylish, modern complex with lots of amenities including two big swimming pools and tennis court. 3 219/90 ESPLANADEDARWIN CITY$395,000 This serviced apartment in the CBD features great city views, spacious bedrooms and a breezy balcony for entertaining. 4 3/3 DINAH COURTSTUART PARK$342,500 Just moments from shops and schools, youll love the lifestyle with this stylish three-bedroom, two-bathroom unit. 5 3/22 TIPPERARY COURTSTUART PARKAUCTION SEP 24, 6PM, BIDDING FROM $450,000 Ground level unit boasts a courtyard, three large bedrooms and open plan living. 6 2027/55 CAVENAGH STDARWIN CITYOFFERS OVER $270,000 This two bedroom, two bathroom apartment is packed with features that will appeal to a wide range of buyers. SNAPSHOT NT NEWS MEDIAN PRICES HOUSES / $500,000 UNITS / $360,000 SALES TOP TEN SALES 1 15 Minahan Rd, Ross $1,250,000 2 10 Leichhardt Cr, Fannie Bay $980,000 3 27 Mirrakma Cr, Lyons $800,000 4 21 Weddell St, Parap $740,000 5 18 Savannah Dr, Leanyer $650,000 6 5408/5 Anchorage Ct, Darwin $620,000 7 9 Fish River Wy, Gunn $612,000 8 3 Maranungu St, Ludmilla $610,000 9 1/19 Bayview St, Fannie Bay $605,000 10 18 Graham St, Stuart Park $595,000 ON THE MARKET NUMBER OF PROPERTIES $0-$299,999 Houses 89 $0-$299,999 Units 169 $300,000-$499,999 Houses 384 $300,000-$499,999 Units 309 $500,000-$699,999 Houses 332 $500,000-$699,999 Units 96 $700,000-$999,999 Houses 131 $700,000-$999,999 Units 36 $1million+ Houses 37 $1million+ Units 11 TOP PRICE $1,250,000 15 Minahan Rd, Ross MEDIAN $425,000 22 Pedler Av, Gillen BARGAIN $170,000 4/111 Bloomfield St, Gillen PRIVATE TREATY 1880 LASTWEEK1867 AUCTIONS 44 LASTWEEK39 NEWLISTINGS 56 GENERAL TIMEON MARKET 81DAYS WOOLNER 26 JOLLY STREET 4 2 2 Northern Territory Sothebys International Realty May Dunlop 0421 037 034 Jamie Pollock 0418 855 511 Boasting four bedrooms and two bathrooms, this beautifully presented home is ideal for the city dweller with Darwins bustling CBD only five minutes away. NEW LISTING HOUSE OPEN The long and short of it Looking high or low can be a good way to grab yourself bargains at the supermarket ADDRESS 11 Nayler Court, Farrar INSPECT Saturday 11.40am to 12.20pm PRICE Offers over $720,000 INQUIRIES Elders Darwin Trish McClelland 0418 612 640 ADDRESS 69 Cullen Bay Crescent, Cullen Bay INSPECT Saturday 5.30pm to 6pm AUCTION September 26 at 5.30pm in the Billabong room at Novotel INQUIRIES Knight Frank Rick Trippe 0411 234 567 ANTHONY KEANE


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