MORE homes are set to go under the hammer this weekend than last weekend, with CoreLogic RP Data tracking 94 auctions in Adelaide.
This is almost 20 per cent higher then last weekend, when 74 homes were auctioned with a clearance rate of 63.6 per cent.
Nationally, 1,559 auctions are scheduled, a decrease on the 1,831 held last week. There were significantly more auctions held this time last year, when just over 2,600 homes went under the hammer.
Auctions of note include a single-fronted cottage at Eastwood that features murals painted by a well-known Adelaide street artist and disadvantaged youths they were mentoring.
The 6 Markey St home, being sold by Harris Real Estate, features three bedrooms at the front. At the rear is an open-plan kitchen, living and dining room that opens to a covered entertainment area.
It will go under the hammer at 9am on Saturday and has an advertised price of $580,000.
16 St Ann’s Place, Parkside, is also set to be auctioned on Saturday at 10.30am.
The 1940-built three-bedroom home has a kitchen and dining area in the centre with a living room adjacent, and a pergola and paved area in the backyard.
Being sold by Harcourts Williams, it has an asking price of $685,000.
Set in a cul-de-sac in the sought-after eastern suburbs is 511 Glynburn Rd, Hazelwood Park.
Being auctioned by Toop&Toop Real Estate on Saturday at 11am, the property features three bedrooms in the main house, and a fourth bedroom in a granny flat.
It also has a living and dining room that opens to an entertainment area, and a central kitchen.
It has an advertised price of $790,000 to $850,000.