1. A Team of Agents
Our sales team has over 100 years of Real Estate Experience in the Greater Cairns
Region. They are always familiar with the current stock and work with each other
to achieve the highest price for the seller.
2. No Sale = No Charge
The Marketing and Advertising Programme offers:
Realestate.com.au – 45 day feature package
Garrywalker.com.au (plus several other property websites)
Signage 120cm x 90cm
Inspection by appointment 7 days a week
Extensive database of existing buyers
Extensive database of existing landlords / investors
A $1195 marketing levy is deducted at settlement
OPEN ALL HOURS
We make it easy for buyers to make enquires on properties by answering calls day
and night 7 days a week.
5 MISTAKES SELLERS MAKE...
1. CHOOSING A 'HIGH QUOTING' AGENT
Choosing an agent based on their 'appraisal' could be the biggest mistake you make! Why? Because Real Estate Agents are not accountable for the price they quote unless they guarantee in writing to achieve that price (or charge you nothing). If in doubt, don't list with them!
2. USING A DISCOUNTER
Cheap agents get cheap prices. If an Agent discounts their own pay they will also discount your price to buyers. Remember... The cheapest Agent is not the Agent that charges the least, it is the Agent that gets you the highest price. Choose an Agent who is a good negotiator. They will earn their fee by the higher price they achieve for you.
3. NO BUYER RECORDS
Very few Real Estate Agents keep detailed records of buyers. Beware of any Agent who says "I might have a buyer for you". Insist on seeing the Agent's database of buyers and if they don't have one, don't list with them!
4. NOT SETTING THE SCENE
Presenting your property in the best possible manner will impress buyers & assist with the sale. Be guided by your Agent on how to add some sparkle to your home without unnecessary expense.
5. NOT TRUSTING YOUR AGENT
An honest Real Estate Agent should provide you with references from satisfied clients.
Ask youself ....
Do I feel comfortable with this Agent?
Can I trust them to look after my most valuable asset?
If it's not a resounding "Yes" ... don't hire them.