Real estate in Alawa

  • Median days on market 26
  • Annual growth -11%
  • Change in rental rate -8%
  • Number of agents 9
  • Median rent 460pw
  • Median days on market 325
  • Annual growth -20%
  • Total listing 0
  • Change in rental rate -6%
  • Median rent 320pw

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Alawa is a northern suburb of the city of Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. It is bounded by Dripstone Road, parts of Lakeside Drive and the Rapid Creek. It is in the local government area of City of Darwin.

Alawa has active real estate agents working in the area, they have sold a total of 15 properties in the last 12 months.

We found 6 real estate agents in Alawa, NT 0810

  • 108 Customer Reviews

  • 211 Properties Sold

  • 15 Sales Last 12 Months

Braden Menzies - Real Estate Agent

Braden Menzies

40 Houses

19 Apartments

Properties sold at suburb 2 last 12 mths

Simon Watts - Real Estate Agent

Simon Watts

Simon Watts - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

171 Houses

83 Apartments

Properties sold at suburb 1 last 12 mths

Maria Kathopoulis - Real Estate Agent

Maria Kathopoulis

66 Houses

88 Apartments

Properties sold at suburb 1 last 12 mths

Tim Mackenzie - Real Estate Agent

Tim Mackenzie

107 Houses

45 Apartments

Properties sold at suburb 1 last 12 mths

George Pikos - Real Estate Agent

George Pikos

65 Houses

12 Apartments

Properties sold at suburb 1 last 12 mths

Teena Pescini - Real Estate Agent

Teena Pescini

Teena Pescini - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

143 Houses

43 Apartments

Properties sold at suburb 1 last 12 mths

Recently Sold

31 Bald Circuit, Alawa, NT, 0810

Sold on 2019-01-14

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