Everyone selling a property has similar questions. The most common question of all - the one we all want the answer to - is: "how can I sell my property quickly and ensure that I get top dollar?".
Well, who better to answer them than the experts in the real estate market, the agent's themselves. With years of experience and an opportunity to ask buyers directly what they want to see in homes that are being offered for sale, we ask local agents to share their expertise.
Each week we will be profiling an experienced local real estate agent and seeking their valuable insight and they will offering us the answers and information we really need to know when getting our property ready to sell.
This week we welcome you to our featured agent profile of the week, with James Nicol of Biggin & Scott Ballarat.
18 March 2016 - NextAddress.com.au
Guest Blog Post
Whether you are selling your property in spring or any other season, one thing is guaranteed, there will be other properties on the market at the same time.
Selling property is a competitive business and you can be sure that it is the relative appeal of a property to the purchaser that wins the sale, not the price. If a purchaser really loves a property, they will stretch themselves a little further to make sure they are successful in buying it.
So, how do we ensure that the property is irresistible to a purchaser? With some careful planning, a sound understanding of what buyers want in a property and what issues can become a distraction.
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08 August 2015 - Property Guide
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In case you have missed the latest craze in real estate marketing, it really has been a big week of revelations about the hilarious lengths some agents will go to to secure a sale.
Texas realtor, Jessica Arnett, really put her best paw forward recently when she donned a panda suit (yes, you read that right, a panda suit, we have no idea why) and posed for the
The winter weeks can be long and more than a little grey, so to lighten the mood and bring a little sunshine to your Friday, we are taking a tongue-in-cheek look at art and it's importance in the presentation of property for marketing purposes.
If you enjoyed "Real Estate For Sale: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly" and "Real Estate For Sale: A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words", then I think this one will tickle your fancy as well.
Last week we kicked off our Friday Fun with a light-hearted look at the pitfalls of being 'too close' to be objective about the preparation of your home for sale.
Hopefully you caught our Blog Post last Friday entitled "Real Estate For Sale: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly", as this was the first of our little lessons.
This week we are continuing the theme. We all know the incredible value of photography in the marketing of real estate and these little nuggets should serve as a case in point. Under
In this day and age there is no escaping the fact that your property buyer is most likely going to be enticed to inspect (or not) your property by the appeal of the photographic marketing images they have seen.
So, depending on whether you are hoping people will pop over during the open for inspection for a laugh, or bring along their cheque books to make an offer, you might want to consider, subconsciously or not, whether you are guilty of any of these property selling sins.
Jo Powell is the Director of 3 Pea's Property Styling. Combining her creative skills with her accounting background to assist her clients to achieve the best possible outcomes in the sale of their property.