Archive for July, 2010

Our Backyard

With a federal election now just around the corner, and the possibility of a new government (as opposed to just the change of governments
This certainly seems the case at present with very strong sales results in recent weeks from all our areas of operation from <a href="" targ How to win back your ex
et=”_blank”>Torquay to Apollo Bay.
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The Great Ocean Road Real Estate Philosophy

Make Real Estate a HAPPY Experience
For most, the idea of a happy Real Estate experience sounds a bit odd – the two ideas just don’t belong together unless, that is, you’ve experienced Great Ocean Road Real Estate first hand.
You see, Great Ocean Road Real Estate is doing practically everything differently – innovative and results-based products and services with extended office hours.
Even our offices are … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard

There has been strong interest in the market for the commencement of the financial year with strong sales right across the board. Our office has recorded some amazing results with 8 contracted sales and also 5 offer/acceptances being signed up. These sales have resulted from some vigorous marketing and presentation with buyers coming from a broad demographical area including strong interest from the Surf Coast. This reassures our commitment and … Continue Reading »

Our Backyard

The whale watching season has officially started with several sightings

ve mammals slowly make their way along our shores.

See you on our coast.

Darren Brimacombe
0418 317 424

Boost for Coast commuters

New railway station a boost for Coast commuters
RAIL connections from the Surf Coast to Melbourne have received a major boost announcing a new station for the region’s newest neighbour, Armstrong Creek.
The new station to sit on the existing railway line between Ghazeepore Road and the Surf Coast Highway. This
prosperous future for regional Victoria, one of the state’s key growth corridors.
The new station will provide enhanced access … Continue Reading »