Open for inspections are now once again permitted. It’s great news for Melbourne’s resurgent property market, as it continues to gather momentum into 2021 and rebound from COVID-19. It's also a timely moment to pay tribute to property industry workers and customers alike, and their ability to successfully overcome what’s been a very challenging year for Victorians.
Monique Sasson Wakelin profiled by The Melbourne Review
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Those vendors who take the road less travelled by and end up going sooner and selling this winter or early spring - concluding that the risks may be no better in say November than in June and acting now when demand is ahead of supply - may well be rewarded.