Judy Stone was often on the charts in Australia from the early 60s to the mid-70s. Most of her singles were versions of current or recent releases from America or Britain (with some other countries as exceptions). Her pleasant voice and personality boosted the appeal of the local product, and occasionally she would co-chart with the original version.
See also, for example, her hit 4,003,221 Tears From Now.
Further reading: Wikipedia article on Judy Stone.
Thanks to Guuz Hoogaerts for heads-up, version alerts and other information.
A classic oldie in the Netherlands, House For Sale was the first of several hits for this Dutch band formed in 1972, with keyboardist-guitarist Margriet Eshuijs on vocals.
Lucifer continued with new recruits after three members joined Match in 1977.
Dutch version of House For Sale. Vrij Perceel translates as something like "vacant premises".
An + Jan (aka An + January) are Marjolein Meijers and Jan Rot. Both already had varied careers in music and theatre before touring as a duo in 2002 with guest accompanists. Since 2003 they have released albums of their reworkings of pop and country classics.
On Twilight Melodies, one of many albums by studio outfit specialising in easy listening arrangements of popular songs. Biographical details of Maestro Marinello are elusive.
Some other later versions, all from The Netherlands:
SAME TITLE BUT NOT THE SAME SONG AS
‘HOUSE FOR SALE’ BY JUDY STONE.
On the 1974 album Soul And Inspiration.
With its connotations of breaking up and selling up, it’s not surprising that House For Sale has been used many times as a song title.