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36/18-30 Masthead Drive, Cleveland

Overlooking the spectacular Ray Bay Harbour and just a short stroll from the cafes, restaurants and services of the Cleveland CBD, the strip at 18-30 Masthead Drive is primarily owner-occupied, with units rarely offered for sale.

After making the decision to retire, the long-term owner-occupier of unit 36 engaged Nathan Moore at Ray White Commercial Bayside to sell their bright open-plan suite.

Given the lack of supply and high demand for these units, Nathan recommended taking the property to market with a list price of $419,000. A bespoke marketing campaign was activated which included distribution to the Ray White Commercial Bayside database of qualified contacts. Following this targeted activity, multiple offers were received within just 3 days of listing, 2 of which were significantly higher than the asking price.

The ultimate sale of the property set a new record for the complex and demonstrated the strength of the owner-occupier market, and our ability to create competition in the best interests of our sellers.

To find out more about how you could benefit from the Ray White Commercial Bayside advantage, please call Nathan Moore today on 0413 879 428.

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