‘Bank Of Awesome’ Community Grant is back in 2018

‘Bank Of Awesome’ Community Grant is back in 2018

We support our local community to make it better for everyone…that’s why PILOT’s ‘Bank of Awesome’ grants programme kicked off in 2017… The first one went to Mornington Community Garden and we’re just getting started. The $500 granted to the Community Garden will assist…

The best thing about living in Safety Beach

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[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOl1i-iK6-4[/embedyt] People always ask us what’s the best thing about living in Safety Beach? Well let us show you around. The beach here is one of the best on the Peninsula. 27 Brian Street is just 4 minutes walk to the shore. This…

Mornington real estate market 2017

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People always ask us ‘Hows the real estate market in Mornington?’ Well it’s fast becoming HOT property… About me: I have 11 years’ real estate experience as a licensed real estate agent and property investor/developer. I’ve sold homes, units, shops, factories and land while…

RECORD SALE PRICE IN THE DAVA AREA $920,000

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PILOT agent Luke Woollard has recently completed the off-market sale of 12 Carnoustie Grove, Mornington, setting an area record at $920,000. At the time of sale, it achieved the highest recorded sale price for a comparable house in Mornington’s Dava housing area (between Nepean…

Where the housing boom is heading

Where the housing boom is heading

This Mornington unit was sold for the full asking price of $650,000 in 7 days by Luke Woollard In the latest government move aimed at cooling our already booming housing market Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) now requires banking institutions to limit new interest-only…

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