Before You Sell
What You Need To Know Before Your Property Hits The Market
A Quick Guide For What You Need To Know Before Selling Your Home
The best time is when it suits you. We can find buyers for your property at any time of year, and with the wonderful climate we have on the Sunshine Coast, the variation between the seasons is not as much of a factor as in some other regions. For example, spring is a popular time to buy and sell; however, Queensland winters are glorious with clear sunny days, and this time of year attracts many southern visitors to our region. So, don’t worry too much about the season, more the reason.
Generally, at Wright Place our clients sell their homes in half the average time of our competitors. On average, we find our properties take between 2 weeks and 6 weeks to sell. Prior to launching your property, we ensure all marketing collateral is complete and approved by yourself, and your property is presented to attract optimum appeal. We ensure that from day one, everything has been put in place to secure a quick sale for a premium price.
We will discuss with you the benefits of both methods of selling, i.e. via public auction, or private treaty. We have achieved great success with them both.
Public auctions can be highly effective at extracting a premium price, especially when there are competing buyers. We are very experienced in running auctions and are confident with this process (not all agents are). We have a proven track record of successful campaigns.
However, you need to feel confident with the method you chose, and we will work hard to secure you the optimum result whichever method you chose.
You only have one shot at a first impression, and this is why a professional polished marketing campaign is essential. We know that in the vast majority of time the best price is achieved within the first 30 days of a property hitting the market. Timing is critical in the strategy of price optimisation, and quality marketing not only raises price perception, but attracts greater volumes of attention.
We will assist you with that; this is part of our expertise. This is one of the number one concerns of potential sellers, and as a result we have developed an eBook with tips on the selling process, which covers presentation and preparation.
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