‘House 4 sale’ news – ‘The realtor said he didn’t know what the sale price was’

A “house 4 sale” is taking place in the capital Canberra this weekend as property prices are soaring again, with some houses already priced at a record $1.5 million.

The house sale is taking off in the CBD and has been linked to the national housing crisis.

It’s not the first time a house has been sold at record prices, with another selling for $1 million in May.

The sale is happening in the heart of Canberra, with buyers expected to spend more than $3 million on the property.

One of the properties in the house sale, at 4200 King Street, is owned by an elderly couple who own a number of properties in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

One property they own is in a suburb of Melbourne, and another is in Perth.

One man told News24 that he was the first to make the announcement, and that he had a feeling he was in for a good time.

“I’m looking forward to the sale and having a bit of fun,” he said.

It’s a great opportunity to get a slice of history and see what’s going on, it’s a nice place to relax, get some fresh air, and be outside and explore the city.” “

It’s just like being a tourist when you’re in town and having fun and seeing what’s happening.”

It’s a great opportunity to get a slice of history and see what’s going on, it’s a nice place to relax, get some fresh air, and be outside and explore the city.

“He said it was a great time to be in the city, “and you can just go out and get a drink.

Mr Chorley said he would spend “a lot” of money on the house, and would be able to get it back “in a year or two”. “

They’re going to be worth it for sure.”

Mr Chorley said he would spend “a lot” of money on the house, and would be able to get it back “in a year or two”.

“It could be $1m or $2m but I want to do it for the right price.”

He told News23 he planned to “go big” on the price and “stay away from” other properties.

He said he did not want to “put a roof over my head”.

“I’ll spend all that money on that one, and then we’ll see what happens,” he told News 23.