Selling Houses Australia

Episode Guide

Kurrajong Heights

Series 2 · Episode 4

Joe and Iris live in green chance paradise on a two and a half acre block which is nestled into the foothills of the Blue Mountains. Living on acres is hard work and the upkeep is becoming too much for 71-year-old Joe. So two and a half years ago Joe and Iris put their beloved home on the market with a plan to downsize. But after four agents and a price drop of a whopping $146,000, there are still no takers and time is running out. Joe, who was adopted as a baby, has recently found siblings back in the UK and he’s desperate to spend time with them - however without the money from a sale he can’t afford to travel.
  • Kurrajong Heights

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    Joe and Iris live in green chance paradise on a two and a half acre block which is nestled into the foothills of the Blue Mountains. Living on acres is hard work and the upkeep is becoming too much for 71-year-old Joe

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    Joe and Iris live in green chance paradise on a two and a half acre block which is nestled into the foothills of the Blue Mountains. Living on acres is hard work and the upkeep is becoming too much for 71-year-old Joe

 
 

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Posted by Kristen274Report
The house was valued at 580 and the agent put it on as offers over 580. Also the episode was made in 2008/09 so the laws possibly were different then.
Posted by Anne748Report
Would like a postscript on the properties that don't sell straight away if at all possible!
Posted by Test1Report
ha ha ha ha ha, just watched this...the real estate agent went on national television and openly outlined that her marketing strategy was the now illegal practice of underquoting! With nationally televised video evidence, I bet she can expect a visit from the ACCC on monday! Hope her commission covers the fines!