Ray White Epping Selling Tips
Ray White Epping offers a choice of three sales methods.
The team at Ray White Epping is trained to present you with a choice of sales methods so that the most appropriate system can be customised to the needs of each vendor, the property and prevailing circumstances.
1. Ray White Epping Auctions: in-room or on-site
An auction presents a property to the market without a price and is based on a highly focused marketing campaign with the intent of maximising sale price, stimulating competitive conditions within a defined timeframe and minimising the number of days a property is on the market. A property is put up for sale on a specified date, preceded by an intensive marketing campaign and selected ‘open home’ days. The contract of sale is on the vendor’s terms and the conditions of the sale are predetermined.
We are highly skilled in the auction process and have been a Top 3 Office for Ray White Vic/Tas for the Most Auctions Listed and Sold since 2005.
There is the further choice of conducting your auction in room or on-site.
In-room auctions are held every 3 weeks at our Ray White Epping Offices with an average of 10 properties auctioned in one evening. Advantages of the in-room setting include:
2. Ray White Epping Private treaty – exclusive agency
Private Treaty is the traditional method of private sale that is based on agreement of a set price and taking that to market. Price is determined from market information about comparable sales .
Exclusive agency refers to the selection of one agency to act in your best interests and to do everything possible to secure the best price for the property. The agent should suggest a number of ways to maximise interest in your property. Potential buyers will either accept the price, or more likely, start by making an offer.
At Ray White Epping, our agents work to negotiate the best price for your property. This method of sale can take a longer period of time than auction.
3. Ray White Epping Sale by Tender
The Sale by Tender process suits larger land parcels and development opportunities.
This process gives buyers the chance to conduct their own feasibility and an opportunity to input their own unique proposal with conditions from which a vendor then decides on the best suitor.