SELLING YOUR HOME FOR A PRIME PRICE
The best place to start when selling your home or other property is to follow a plan and make informed decisions. This will help lessen the impact of any downturn caused by Covid-19's affect on the economy and in particular home buyers.
The advice and resources here, all freely available, will help you plan your sale. Using it, will help you achieve a prime sale price.
IS THERE REASON FOR MARKET OPTIMISM?
The real estate industry is reporting an increase in the number of new listings coming to market in June to avoid a potential price downturn later in the year and to get sold prior to the 2020 Government election.
You might find this page helps you decide when might be the best time to sell your house
4-STEP PLAN WILL HELP SELL AT A PRIME PRICE
1. Decide who is the most qualified, licensed real estate agent (and agency) to conduct the sale of your property.
2. Establish what your real estate commission and fees will be.
3. Understand what to be aware of when getting a free real estate appraisal.
4. Find out how to sell a house quickly without compromising your sale price.
How to sell your home for a prime price and deciding on the right method of sale for your property in the current market are likely to be on your mind.
We have over 10 years' experience helping thousands of Kiwis navigate the process of selling their properties and we know that using our advice will help achieve the best result for you, pricewise and time-wise.
Many clients tell us 'I wish I'd found you last time I sold a house'.
We have also been liaising with Government and NGOs for many years and have all the resources at our fingertips ready to share, so feel free to ask a question.
USEFUL TIPS AND INSIGHTS THAT HELP VENDORS SELL
Most people are not aware of the impact Day One live online will have on their real estate listing.
Take a look at the graphs in our unique tips for selling your home page (you'll need to scroll a little). These illustrate from actual listings, both successful and struggling real estate campaigns and why.
Selling a house is rarely straight forward so understanding the real estate process from the outset can win you an optimal result.
Our real estate agent shortlisting, combined with tailored advice and guides, are all aimed to help sell your house at a prime price. This can be verified by our reviews here.
Keep reading to learn more about what real estate agents' responsibilities are and what it takes to get a property purchase unconditional.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF A REAL ESTATE AGENT
Selling a property in New Zealand is a legally binding process from signing an agency agreement with a real estate company to a sale and purchase agreement with a buyer.
These can include additional clauses, amendments, deletions, deadlines and conditions of sale to be met. There are numerous property documents like Titles, LIMS and PIMS that need to be sought and interpreted or compliance documents to be completed.
Real estate agents also help buyers to purchase your property including liaising with mortgage brokers, banks, insurance companies, councils, body corporates, Trustees and lawyers. It may be uncomplicated at your end but not so on the buyer side.
Engaging a suitable real estate agent who is strong on experience, technical knowledge and problem solving is a minimum requirement.
Before taking any other action, find out about vetted real estate agents or go ahead and request a free shortlist of agents to interview.
HELP SELLING YOUR HOME FROM START TO FINISH
Selling your home can be life changing, and often unexpectedly complex. You will need to be sure that your real estate agent is proven competent, someone you can safely rely on to sell your house which is after all likely to be your biggest asset.
A property agent who is skilled at negotiating with buyers, is relatable, has a good conduct record and can reach the largest home buying audience for your property, location and price range is a fundamental requirement. If you need help, just ask.
There is much more to selling a house than most think, and this is why you should be have access to better knowledge about choosing real estate agents, what the real estate process entails, what risks to manage and how to save a small fortune in real estate fees.
You may find our due diligence check list just the thing you need. For many, using our real estate guides, advice and resources has proven to be the key to achieving outstanding results.
Access everything you need, all from one centralised place quickly:
Professionally vetted and shortlisted real estate agents tailored to you and your property
Access to best practice advice about the whole real estate process
Due diligence tools and checklists including questions to ask real estate agents
Impartial advice and support from beginning to end if you need it
Page Updated June 12, 2020 by Trish Willis