When marketing property it’s not uncommon to get resistance from some sellers when it comes to using “For Sale” boards and Showhouses. Some sellers are concerned that Showhouses will just attract nosy neighbors instead of genuine buyers. They are may also be reluctant to let their neighbors and friends know they are on the market… Read More Do “For Sale” Boards and Showhouses Make a Difference?
There is very little to match the disappointment of making an offer on a property, only to hear it’s been declined – or even worse, that someone else made an offer and it was accepted over yours. The reality in the current market is that, especially in the lower to middle price ranges, there are… Read More How to Strengthen Your Offer on a Property
One of the most stressful experiences is said to be selling your home. Often it’s not so much the selling, it’s the moving – and everything that goes with it. Both seller and buyer anxiously await the registration of transfer of ownership. Most sales contracts will have a date for transfer on which this is meant… Read More Transfer Delays and the Impact on the Client
There is no doubt that the best way to sell your property for the most money the market will pay is with a Sole Mandate. By Sole Mandate I mean where you give an exclusive instruction to one estate agency to market your property effectively, use the correct strategies to attract you the strongest possible… Read More Sole Mandates – What You Need to Know
For a landlord, renting out their property could pose many risks. For that reason rental agents go through a vigorous process of screening potential tenants so as to minimize the risk to the landlord. What exactly is involved in screening a tenant though, and how can a tenant insure that their past doesn’t come back… Read More Tenants, Your History Can Count For or Against You