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The Northern Territory news Sat 31 Jul 2021



The Northern Territory news Sat 31 Jul 2021

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

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02 REALESTATE SATURDAY JULY 31 2021 REALESTATE.COM.AU NTNE01Z01RE - V1 MARKET PLACE 1 7 ZEALANDIA CRESLARRAKEYAHAUCTION AUGUST 7 This elevated home showcases tropical living at its best, blending indoors and outdoors. 2 25 ROSSITER STRAPID CREEKAUCTION JULY 31 A multi-dwelling property of three two-bedroom apartments. 3 12 CROWSON CLDURACKAUCTION AUGUST 7 Sizeable family home is minutes to parks, schools and shops. 4 249 MCMILLANS RDMOILAUCTION AUGUST 14 A beautifully maintained family home which offers flexibility on the number of ways to use it. 5 22 PANDANUS STNIGHTCLIFFAUCTION AUGUST 14 This delightful ground level home comprises of four bedrooms and has a magnificent ambience. 6 30 CASTLEREAGH DRLEANYERAUCTION AUGUST 11 This enormous five-bedroom family home offers spacious living across two large levels. HOUSE OPEN SNAPSHOT NT NEWS MEDIAN HOUSES $490,000PRICE UNITS $350,000 NEW 64LISTINGS PRIVATE 997TREATY LAST WEEK 1006 AUCTIONS 14LAST WEEK 8 SALES TOP PRIVATE TREATY 1 70 Dominick Rd, Herbert $650,000 2 37 Mullamulla Circuit, Karama $600,000 3 53 Jingili Tce, Jingili $562,000 4 30 Craig Cr, Coconut Grove $520,000 5 3 Haydon St, Rosebery $495,000 6 5 Sorrento Cl, Durack $489,000 7 25 Granites Dr, Rosebery $420,000 8 2/2 Kent Crt, Stuart Park $410,000 9 3/8 Malabar, Larrakeyah $232,000 ON THE MARKET NUMBER OF PROPERTIES $0-$299,999 Houses 7 $0-$299,999 Units 87 $300,000-$499,999 Houses 87 $300,000-$499,999 Units 157 $500,000-$699,999 Houses 200 $500,000-$699,999 Units 71 $700,000-$999,999 Houses 70 $700,000-$999,999 Units 30 $1million+ Houses 17 $1million+ Units 10 TOP PRICE $650,000 70 DOMINICK RD, HERBERT MEDIAN $495,000 3 HAYDON ST, ROSEBERY BARGAIN $232,000 3/8 MALABAR, LARRAKEYAH Save money on tradies store their tools in. This could be an unused room, lawn locker or garage. Give them a key so that they know their tools are safe when they are off site. One way to save is to provide your tradesfolk with a locked space they can securely store their tools in. 2. CLEAN THE SITE A dirty site slows work down. It also costs money. Paying your tradie to clean is hardly where you want to be investing your budget. Pitch in and get active. Simply picking up rubbish and sweeping every few days can make a world of difference to the pace of work, efficiency and safety. Paying your tradie to clean is hardly where you want to be investing your budget. 3. BE THE SITE PA The more time your tradies spend on the phone, the less time they are on the tools. So let your tradie know you are able to do some of the legwork for them, for example pick up supplies, arrange deliveries or check stock availability. Theres plenty of ways you can help your tradie and reduce costs. Picture: iStock GOOD tradespeople are worth their weight in gold. When renovating, an expert tradie can truly make all the difference in coming in or above budget. For tradies, time is money and if youre not working on a fixed price quote, then every hour trades spend on site, youre being charged. Below are four tips you can do to help save time for your tradies and in turn save money. While they may seem small, over a large job these little things really add up. 1. AVOID THE SET UP PACK UP When tradespeople start and finish work theres a substantial amount of setting up and packing up that needs to get done. In some cases, if the worksite is not deemed secure, tradies will have to unpack their tools from their truck daily. One great way to save on this one-hour task is to provide your tradesfolk with a locked space on site that they can securely There are obviously many things your tradies wont be able to delegate to you, but youll be amazed how many little jobs you can take off their hands (and how grateful they often are). 4. GET DIRTY There are a lot of jobs during a home improvement project that can be done by even the most unskilled renovator, like digging holes and moving dirt. So roll up those sleeves and give it a go. Obviously its essential to listen to your tradies and work within the workplace health and safety boundaries (which they will be able to guide you on), but in most cases you will find your team will welcome the extra help. There are a lot of jobs during a home improvement project that can be done by even the most unskilled renovator. From personal experience I can tell you that time spent cleaning a site, digging potholes and lugging timber has been very warmly received. FOCUS: UNDER THE HAMMER SIX HOMES GOING TO AUCTION ADDRESS 6/14 Coronation Drive, Stuart Park INSPECT Saturday 10am to 10.30am PRICE Price Guide $535,000 INQUIRIES Darren Hunt 0417 980 567 ADDRESS 3 Thompson Cres, Moil INSPECT Saturday 11am to 11.30am PRICE Openn Negotiation INQUIRIES Andrew Harding 0408 108 698 NAOMI FINDLAY NEW LISTING Openn Negotiation 30 Halpin Street, Malak 4 3 2 A magical wonderland of lush tropical gardens, twinkling fairy lights and lavish living spaces await new owners who will take on this manicured and move in ready home in a great location.