To Buy ir Sell First? Every person who has ever wanted to trade up or down has asked themselves this question.
In reality there is no straight forward or easy answer.
The advantages of selling a property first are that once you have sold a property, you become a cash buyer and any offers you make are more likely to be taken seriously - your negotiating position is far stronger. Owners that are not currently on the market may be tempted by a cash buyer to make their property available. If you do sell your home before finding the perfect property then we can endeavor to negotiate a lengthy possession date your behalf which will allow myself and the sales consultants in my team the time to work with you and assist in finding another home for you and you family.
When selling your home there are several different methods available for you:
Extensive ongoing research into current market conditions and experience ensures that the best marketing method for your property is selected. When you decide to sell your home with Mary Turnbull you are guaranteed a top rate service which includes a personalised marketing schedule and calendar, photographs and signage, Bluebook/Press advertising, marketing material produced from our inhouse trained graphic designers, website placements, open homes and feeddback reports.
Mary goes the extra mile providing advsie with home presentation, staging and has a list of reputable tradespeople for any task that needs attention.
With over $425million of settled sales, No. 3 Sales Consultant in Harcourts Canterbury (No. 6 Harcourts New Zealand, No. 7 Harcourts Internationally) plus the holder of the Cup for Auction Excellence and Customer Service Award*, Mary's sales expertise speaks for itself.
Mary offers free, no obligation market appraisal and would be happy to discuss the current market conditions, the possible demand in the market place for your home and the best marketing strategy for a successful sale of your home. If you would like any real estate advice or information please call Mary on 03 352 6166 / 0275 252 959 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Figures as at May 2017