You have numbered your boxes and hit up your local school’s cake stand, but now you need an excitement boost after the chore that is voting.
Nothing is more likely to give you an adrenaline rush than bidding at auction.
More than 30 homes are listed on realestate.com.au to head under the hammer despite the election.
These are three of the hottest properties set to go to the auction on Saturday:
This property provides a commercial opportunity with a stunning renovated residence upstairs.
The shopfront is certified for two stores and includes a wheelchair accessible toilet.
But upstairs, the renovated home has to be seen to be believed.
There are three bedrooms, two of which have an ensuite, and the open-plan kitchen, living and dining combines different textures to create an urban vibe.
The property is being marketed by Jacqui McKeering of Jim McKeering Real Estate, and will go to auction at 9am on Saturday.
Forget what you know about cottages in Kangaroo Point.
The quaint home at 153 Bell St has had a modern makeover, with a monochrome palette throughout.
It has three bedrooms, a study and a newly renovated bathroom, as well as a stand-alone studio with a toilet.
Kangaroo Point is traditionally tightly held, with only 20 houses changing hands in the 12 months to February, according to CoreLogic data.
The house is being marketed by Ray White Brisbane CBD’s Karen Pierce and will go under the hammer at 10am on Saturday.
This house has not one, but three places to make a slice of toast, with one kitchen and two kitchenettes.
Upstairs is three bedrooms, including the master with an ensuite, and open-plan living, kitchen and dining space with polished timber floorboards, and a separate family room and study.
Downstairs are two multipurpose rooms with kitchenettes, both with separate access, and a bathroom each.
There is also a massive storage room and a workshop.
It is marketed by Reuben Packer-Hill of McGrath Estate Agents Paddington and the house will go to auction at 1pm on Saturday.