Young families making presence felt in market

first_imgThe home at 7 Ashbrook Drive, Morayfield sold for $426,000.A FAMILY home in Morayfield sold after strong interest from buyers keen for the popular location.The property at 7 Ashbrook St sold via private treaty for $426,000. Sell Exclusive marketing agent Adam Parry said the four-bedroom home attracted “above average” interest for the local market. “We took about 12 groups through the home over a period of 20 days,” he said. “And we had multiple people going to offer on the place.” The buyers of 7 Ashbrook Drive, Morayfield were impressed by the layoutMore from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019Mr Parry said buyers liked the location close to everything on offer in Morayfield. “The successful buyers particularly like the layout of the home and the space,” Mr Parry said. “And the vendors were ecstatic with the sale.”Mr Parry said the Morayfield market had been performing well for the past two years. “A few years ago Morayfield was rated as No. 2 across Australia for family affordability and that created a lot of interest.“Morayfield is pretty much the best spot in the area for families — it’s affordable and close enough to the city to commute for work.” The home at 7 Ashbrook Drive, Morayfield proved popular with buyersMr Parry said most buyers were young families looking for value for money. “We’ve seen a lot of new buyers on scene since February. Some are still in the approval phase,” he said. “They’re coming from all over including Sydney, Coffs Harbour and even the Northern Territory and Western Australia. “We’ve even sold a couple of properties sight unseen because the market is moving so rapidly.”last_img read more

NFL: Browns fans cheerfully make a Mason Rudolph piñata so they could swing a helmet at it

first_img Written By 9 months ago NFL’s wild Week 11 included Garrett, Kaepernick, Mexico 9 months ago Myles Garrett alleges Mason Rudolph hurled racial slur at him before outrageous NFL brawl COMMENT Last Updated: 25th November, 2019 23:57 IST NFL: Browns Fans Cheerfully Make A Mason Rudolph Piñata So They Could Swing A Helmet At It NFL fans take an innovative shot at Mason Rudolph and the entire brawl from last week by making a Rudolph pinata and having a swing at it with a helmet. Cleveland Browns fans got creative while taking a shot at Myles Garrett for his infamous brawl with Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph last week. The Cleveland defender ripped off Mason Rudolph’s helmet and swung it at him during the final minutes of the match on November 14, which led to a fight between the two. Garrett immediately faced a suspension from the NFL, while Rudolph has been charged with a $50,000 fine along with other players involved in the brawl.Also Read- Myles Garrett Alleges Mason Rudolph Hurled Racial Slur At Him Before Outrageous NFL BrawlNFL: Creative Cleveland fans get innovativeThe Cleveland Browns fans recently posted a tweet in which they were seen cheering for a man, who was wearing a Brown Jersey with Myles Garrett’s name on it. The man was brandishing a piñata resembling Mason Rudolph, along with a blindfolded woman prepared to take a swing at it. Her preferable club? A helmet. Take a look at the fans, cheering throughout the entire stunt. WATCH US LIVE Also Read- NFL Brawl: NFL Or WWE? Browns’ Myles Garrett Swings Helmet, Smacks Steelers’ Mason RudolphAlso Read- Colin Kaepernick: NFL Upset After His No-show At Original Venue For Workout Session LIVE TV First Published: 25th November, 2019 23:57 ISTcenter_img Raj Sarkar 9 months ago NFL Brawl: NFL or WWE? Browns’ Myles Garrett swings helmet, smacks Steelers’ Mason Rudolph WE RECOMMEND FOLLOW US 9 months ago Myles Garrett appeals indefinite suspension after Browns vs Steelers fight: Report SUBSCRIBE TO US Also Read- Myles Garrett Appeals Indefinite Suspension After Browns Vs Steelers Fight: ReportNFL: What happened in the match?The brawl that started with Myles Garrett and Mason Rudolph took an ugly turn as all 33 members from both the teams got involved in a nasty, ugly brawl. NFL took the matter on a very serious note and slammed a collective fine of $70,000 for both the teams. According to Fox commentator Troy Aikman, this was the worst thing he has experienced throughout his professional career in the match and NFL made sure to go hard on the players. According to Garrett, the Pitsburg quarterback initiated the fight with racial slurs on him, which initially got other players involved. Also Read- NFL’s Wild Week 11 Included Garrett, Kaepernick, Mexico 9 months ago Colin Kaepernick: NFL upset after his no-show at original venue for workout sessionlast_img read more

Fire near White Salmon now 50 percent contained

first_imgThe Highway 141 Fire, burning between White Salmon and Husum in the Columbia River Gorge, was reported as 50 percent contained late Saturday by fire managers.The blaze, which started Wednesday afternoon and has burned timber, brush and grass, grew by about 200 acres since Friday to 1,614 acres, according to an 8 p.m. update posted at progress was reported on line construction and burnout in the eastern portion of the fire, with Level 2 evacuation notices remaining in place.About 150 people attended a community meeting Saturday morning at Columbia High School Gym in White Salmon.More than 650 people were assigned to the fire Saturday. Seven dozers, 12 water tenders, six helicopters and assorted wildland and structural protection engines were on scene.No structural losses or damage, or injuries, have been reported on this incident. An email address had been established for fire information at Anyone wishing electronic daily updates may contact that address to be added to an email list.Several events scheduled for the weekend for the Huckleberry Festival will occur as scheduled, fire officials said.last_img read more