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If you’re looking for an experienced and professional real estate agent to sell your St Kilda East property for top dollar, then look no further than the master negotiators at The Realest Estate.
We ensure the best price possible is attained when selling or renting out a property and always have our client’s best interests at heart when finding a quality buyer.
An expert property manager will always work hard to ensure your investment property is rented out and the tenants are right from the start. We know how hard you worked to secure your property and don’t want it all taken away with the wrong tenants.
It’s for that reason that we pay superior attention to detail when finding and vetting tenants and always ensure property inspections are thoroughly conducted, bond is secured, rent is handled properly and leases are completed to the highest standard.
Our objective is to become your long term property manager for your St Kilda East house, unit or apartment, so we will work hard to keep you happy.
A mere 6km south-east of the Melbourne CBD and a stone’s throw from the uber chic and very boisterous area of St Kilda, the quiet residential locale of St Kilda East is vastly different to its surrounding suburbs.
Of note in the area are the historical St Kilda Cemetery, located along Hotham Street and reaching from Dandenong Road to Alma Road, as well as the very large Alma Park; crossing both Alma and Dandenong Roads. The park is perfect for a weekend stroll or a farmers market and is often used for family-friendly events or concerts, with food trucks and a jovial community atmosphere.
With a significantly higher number of properties for rent compared to properties for sale, the suburb is commonly sought after for investment purposes.
The types of people who live in St Kilda East are young independent renters, mature professionals, couples and families.
St Kilda East truly is a cultural melting pot with many well-known Private schools and churches close to a large number of Jewish schools and synagogues.
The suburb of St Kilda East is home to a large Hasidic Jewish community who attend the many ornate local synagogues and Jewish schools by foot, according to their traditions, primarily on the Sabbath (Friday nights and Saturdays).
With the very popular Glicks bagelry original location and other Jewish eateries and supermarkets just a short walk down Carlisle Street, there are many opportunities to learn about and enjoy differing cultures.
The median price to purchase a 3 bedroom house in St Kilda East is approximately $1.57 Mil while the same property would fetch around $750 per week as a rental.
The median price to purchase a 2 bedroom unit in St Kilda East is around $630k, with the same property fetching around $415 per week as a rental.
Prices for all types of properties are fairly consistent as demand is very high and properties have a lot of competition.