Published at Friday, February 15th, 2019 - 17:05:27 PM. For Sale. By .
So You Have A Few Houses For Sale : In the present economy, is there a better way to market property if you have several houses for sale? Normally the path the average home seller would take is to call a local realtor and contract with them to try and sell their property. But if you have more than one property you want to move, Im guessing youre not average are you? More than likely youre an investor and the thought of having to pay upwards of a 6% commission is not a pleasant thought at all, is it? If you had three properties and the average value of each was $100,000.00 that would mean you would have to pay $15,000.00 in commissions. Thats a lot of money but its not outrageous if the realtor actually does their job. There is some good news here. What many people dont realize is you can actually negotiated the terms of a contract with a realtor. Thats right, you can negotiate it. Call several in the area and give it a try. Why would they want to do this? A good reason would likely be that you are not a one trick pony. You dont just have one property, you have several houses for sale. The commissions, even at a slightly lower amount, are going to add up pretty fast arent they? This is like bundling a purchase. If you buy one widget, the cost is $5, but if you buy three, the store may sell them to you for $4 a piece. Give it a try. Another tactic you can use, or that the real estate agent you pick can use, is to hire a property stager. Staging a property is the easiest and fastest way to get a prospect to fall in love with a piece of real estate. Not staging is also one of the biggest mistakes most homeowners make when they are trying to sell their home. Generally when a piece of property is put on the market, the house is spruced up a bit, carpets are cleaned a little, paint is put here an there, but generally things are still a cluttered mess. The impression this gives to a prospective buyer is to squirm a bit, run through the viewing as quickly as possible, and then move on to the next property. This can be completely turned around with an experienced stager. They are masters at setting up those houses for sale. When some one comes up to the front door of your home, what do they see? Well, they see the porch, the landscaping, the front door, and the paint or brick on the house. More than likely many of your houses for sale need a slight facelift in this area. The stager might want to clean up the shrubbery, repaint the door, and scrub and clean the brick to give the front of your house that brand new look and feel. This is then carried out throughout the house in each room. The end result is more prospective buyers are going to fall in love with the home.
Finding Apartments For Sale - Tips For Buyers : Buying an apartment in Auckland, New Zealand can be an extremely exciting, or an extremely nerve wracking and intimidating time. Given that you are about to invest a considerable sum of money into your own real estate, it is definitely worth asking and reading as much advice/information as you can, enabling you to make the best property decision possible. When you are looking for apartments in Auckland for sale, consider the following tips that every buyer should use. Tip #1 Know what you need now and in the future from your property. Many people overlook this obvious fact but it is extremely important to buy with your future in mind. If you are planning on starting a family for example, it does not make sense to buy a one bedroom apartment. Tip #2 Know how much you can afford to spend on a property. If you think your budget is larger than it really is, it could result in a foreclosure in a few years amongst other financial problems such as: mortgage repayments, general maintenance expenses and rates. When you know what kind of apartment you can afford from the start, it helps ease disappointment. There will always be a bigger and better apartment, regardless of how much money you have. When you stick to your budget and look at real estate within your price range, you can help avoid any room for disappointment. Tip #3 Know the Auckland area(s) you would like to buy/live in. You can then assess whether you are willing to pay the asking price for an apartment for sale in these areas. There might be some really great venues or entertainment opportunities in the area which might make your decision to buy the apartment easier. On the other hand, these features may also increase the property/land value in these areas, therefore pushing the real estate available for sale out of your price reach. If the latter is the case it might be worth looking into other areas around city until you find the right fit. Tip #4 Use an apartment/real estate professional. Buying an apartment is a huge step and you will need all the help you can get. For many people, this is the first time they have embarked on such a huge investment, so having a professional there to make sure they are going about it the proper way can save you a lot of time. With the above tips in mind you can start to jot down some ideas and formulate an initial plan to help guide you through the property buying process. It will make the entire experience of finding an apartment for sale in Auckland city much more enjoyable. Phil Horrobin works for Ray White City Apartments in Auckland, New Zealand - market leaders with over 30 staff focused on the Auckland City apartment market. Ray White City Apartments cover a huge range of apartments for both residential and corporate use. Ray White City Apartment experts cover Aucklands central city along the waterfront and viaduct harbour, through the CBD to Grafton, Newton and Parnell.
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