Most of us will conduct a final check before leaving our home when moving out to make sure we haven’t left anything behind, but quite often we fail to ask ourselves “Are we confident we achieved the very best price, or did we leave some precious wealth behind?”
It is so important not to miss the opportunity to achieve the highest price possible.
That’s why we believe in agreeing on a clear selling strategy at the outset to achieve the best result for you.
Depending on whether you are going to auction or selling privately, you will need to know an idea of a reserve or asking price.
Before listing your property on the market for sale, it is wise to take a look at price trends in the area to ensure that you are setting a correct price. It is best to listen to your agent to make to make sure you are getting a fair amount as they have expert and localised knowledge of the market. Set a price that reflects the full market value of your property, yet is realistic and remains attractive to buyers. To determine this, you must take into account location, size, age and extras, as well as, changes in your local area and economy.
Choosing the right method of sale can make all the difference to whether or not you achieve the premium result you deserve. There are two main methods of sale in Australia – Auctions and Private Treaty.
This method is a fairly straightforward way of getting your property onto the market. With a Private Treaty sale, the vendor sets a sale price they want to achieve whilst having the ability to vary the price whilst on the market.
Vendors have the opportunity to consider each individual offer from potential purchasers.
While private sales can take a while to come to fruition, hosting Open For Inspections and encouraging people to check out your property is one of the best way to help boost your sales opportunities.
An increasingly popular method for selling real estate in Australia, Auctions are a great way for sellers to earn more money for their property. The competitive atmosphere fostered by bidders can only be good news for the vendor.
Vendors are protected by a reserve price and if the if the bidding doesn’t reach the minimum price set by the vendor, the property won’t be sold.
Auctions are a fast-paced sales method, with buyers expected to sign a contract as soon as the auction is concluded.