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Brisbane auction bidders given 25 seconds to return or lose the houseBrisbane auction bidders given 25 seconds to return or lose the house

first_img Wide Bay home values on the rise MORE REAL ESTATE STORIES Brisbane suburbs that defied the downturn Within a minute the property would sell for $1.365 million, the sixth highest street price in the boutique inner eastern suburb of Seven Hills. The four bedroom house overlooking green space attracted eight bidders.But was it the buyer’s agent, the son bidding on behalf of his mother, or the young couple who announced their engagement after viewing the house a week ago, who accepted the applause of more than 60 onlookers at 8.23am on a sunny spring morning?“If I was a buyer in today’s market, I’d be using a buyer’s agent,” Belle Property Bulimba lead real estate agent Tony O’Doherty said.“There’s so many traps.“My job is to make (buyers) spend as much as possible, if you don’t have someone in your corner preventing that … my job is to get every penny possible.“For me there’s negatives to buyer’s agents, they’re good negotiators.”Eight registered bidders wanted to move in to Seven Hills yesterday, four of them from the neighbouring Bulimba, Balmoral and Hawthorne postcode looking for a bargain in a suburb with a median house price some $300,000-$550,000 less than their own.But the opening bid of $750,000 came from the newly engaged couple, one of whom was moving up from Sydney. Auctioneer Justin Nickerson with the newly engaged couple hugging before placing the opening auction bid.The next two bids took the house to $950,000 and the couple, who had been hugging near the kitchen the whole time, let go of their dream house but not each other.The sellers, Dwayne Andrews and Emma Reason, were listening from the downstairs garage.They had bought a 400sq m block 18 months ago and built the brand new four-bedroom contemporary home surrounded by greenery.“We spent so long planning and dreaming about this place,” said Ms Reason, who is returning to Brisbane’s bayside.“It was exciting (to hear the auction), we’ve had so much interest.”The auction then moved to the poolside entertaining area with buyer’s agent Paul Palella leaning against the frameless glass pool fencing to the auctioneer’s left and Balmoral local Troy Rabaud with his mum Heather by his side, near the outdoor kitchen on the right.The buyer’s agent kept his gaze in the direction of the auctioneer while Mr Rabaud eyed his competition while weighing up every $5000 bid increase. Lead agent Tony O’Doherty was there to urge him on. Before the auction, the two main bidders can be seen preparing with buyer’s agent Paul Palella in a dark suit by the pool fence and Troy Rabaud with his family near the white wall of the entertaining area.At $1.315 million, the house was announced to be on the market.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus11 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market11 hours ago“My strategy is to just be conscious not to drive the price up by ourselves,” Mr Rabaud said afterwards.“My strategy was to buy the property,” Mr Palella said.“We came with an idea, a plan and we stuck to it.”Taking his clients into the master bedroom for a chat while the auction was still in progress was a sign that their plan was unravelling. The master bedroom where buyer’s agent Paul Palella took his clients.“It didn’t look like he was going to give up, then we saw him start to slow up and we thought there might be a chance,” Mr Rabaud said.Belle Property’s Tony O’Doherty followed the bidders into the bedroom but emerged moments later to announce: ‘They’re done’. The property was sold to Mr Rabaud’s mother, Heather. Winning bidder Troy Rabaud (right), who was bidding on behalf of his mother Heather (centre) with his stepfather Jason Montgomery (left).“I was so nervous I asked him to bid for me,” Mrs Rabaud said.“But I did nudge him at one point because I thought he was going to let it go.”center_img This new house at 19 D’Arcy Rd, Seven Hills sold at auction for $1.365 million.THE auction of 19 D’Arcy Rd, Seven Hills was still live when one of the bidding groups went in to the master bedroom for a private chat.“Don’t take too long,” award-winning auctioneer Justin Nickerson said from his spot in the kitchen. “Twenty-five seconds, that’s all.” FOLLOW DEBRA BELA ON TWITTERlast_img read more