Selling Houses Australia

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Series 10 · Episode 1

This spacious 4 bedroom heritage federation home has been in the Salvos family almost 100 years. The house was purchased in 1920 for 1150 pounds by William Bramwell Booth who was the General of the Salvation Army at the time and the son of the Salvation Army founder William Booth. Over the decades the house has been home to several Salvation Army officers and their families. The Salvos need to sell this property to raise much needed funds for their homeless services. Trouble is it's run down and riddled with water damage, cracked walls and peeling paint. Once the SHA team has finished with it, the newly refurbished house will go to auction and given it's in the super hot inner west, will hopefully sell for a motza.

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