The preparation you put into getting your property ready for sale can be the difference between getting a standard price and a great price. The best part is, it’s not hard, time consuming or expensive.
Whatever your motive for selling, the process can either be stress free or tense and disappointing. The good news is that you have the ability to choose. There are four factors that will influence the outcome of any sale.
Buyers for a property can be found all year round however it’s not often that a purchaser for your property is out there, just waiting for you to put your home on the market. Timing, presentation and advertising are all required to bring buyers and sellers together for the best result. Spring is often considered to be the best time to sell. It’s a time of optimism and with the weather clearing, more potential buyers will be out and about. It is also a time when more sellers will put their homes on the market so there will be more competition. Winter usually presents fewer buyers, but the buyers are usually more focussed on purchasing and traditionally there will be fewer homes on the market to choose from. Prior to placing your home on the market, allow an additional two weeks to prepare both the property and the marketing material.
The presentation of your property during a marketing campaign is important. Having your property looking at its finest is crucial to achieve best possible results.
All care should be taken in allowing yourself enough time to plan and execute this important step during a strong HLB marketing campaign.
METHOD OF SALE
During Spring 2011 Delta / HLB have achieved great success with our auction campaigns. Sale by auction is certaintly the most effective method of selling your property. A professional campaign maximises exposure of the property during a controlled period in order to attract a maximum amount of interest and competition at a specific point in time.
Sale by Private Treaty means that you set a price at which your property is to be marketed to the public through the marketing plan agreed to by you as the vendor & the professional advice of the agent.