The home at 28 Bluegum Drive, Marsden sold under the hammer.The Marsden real estate market is heating up as one agent sells three properties on the one street. Avi Kumar of LJ Hooker Browns Plains sold 28 Bluegum Drive under the hammer for $550,000 last Saturday. “For the auction, we had quite a bit of interest and we had about nine people looking to buy the property,” he said. “The property had development approval (for subdivision), which added to its appeal.“The home sold under the hammer after a bit of back and forth and some negotiations. “The owners were very happy with the sale price.” More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020Mr Kumar also sold 76 Bluegum Drive for $465,000 prior to auction, which was also scheduled for Saturday, and he currently has a third property on the same street under contract.Mr Kumar said most of the interest in the properties was from investors or buyers looking to subdivide.“Bluegum Drive has big blocks with two street frontages and a few have already been subdivided,” he said. “Other people are looking at those blocks and seeing what could be done.”Mr Kumar said the Marsden market was “heading northward”.“The market is good compared to a couple of years ago,” he said. “There are a lot of half a million dollar sales happening in Marsden where the same streets were around the $400,000 mark not too long ago.”“I’m getting a lot of inquiries, especially from Sydney investors.”
New Delhi: Australia head coach Justin Langer has said that Glenn Maxwell has the talent to be like Virat Kohli. Kohli is currently seen as the batsman who sets the standard, especially in limited overs cricket where he averages 59.57. While Maxwell doesn’t have the numbers, he has started to put in a lot more consistent performances. He scored 71 and 98 against Pakistan in the third and fourth ODIs to help his side recover from tough positions. Maxwell also played a key role in Australia’s T20I triumph over India recently.”At the moment, in 99 games, Maxi averages 32 or 33. He can be Virat Kohli. He has got the talent to do that. The way he played [during] that T20 hundred in India, the way he played both T20s – we know he’s a great T20 player,” Langer said ahead of Australia’s fifth ODI against Pakistan.”His next challenge is to become a great ODI player, and then potentially a Test player. So there’s a huge upside for him, and while he keeps practising with the purpose he’s got and winning games of cricket like he is, it’s great to have him.”RELATED Langer praised Maxwell’s work ethic, saying he works extremely hard in training and brings a good spirit to the side. “He is practising with real purpose and he’s getting the rewards for that, so it’s great to see. He’s such an important part of the team. He brings energy to everything he does, whether it’s fielding, running between the wickets, or strike-rate – he just brings such great energy,” said Langer. highlights For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Langer compared Glenn Maxwell’s talent to Virat Kohli’s.Kohli is currently averaging 59.57.Maxwell also played a key role in Australia’s T20I triumph over India recently.