Welcome to ACTON North.
Prominent agents in the Northern coastal suburbs, ACTON North boasts a sales team comprising established sales representatives, who are household names in their respective areas, complimented by up and coming future top performers. Strong work ethic and attention to detail ensures the best possible results for our clients.
A sale involves the seller setting a fixed price for the sale of their property. The property is advertised on the property market at that specific price and buyers interested in the
property can either offer a lower price or the expected price for the property. The seller can bargain with the buyers offer if it does not meet the expected advertised selling price. Offers can be made with varying conditions such as subject to the sale of an existing
property, subject to finance, subject to a building inspection, white ant clearance report and many others.
Auction has certain advantages as an alternative means to marketing i..e.
* Intensive four week marketing campaign
* It is a true indication of the current market
* Minimises the chances of drawn out negotiations
* Inspections are kept to a minimum
* Settlement dates are flexible i..e. 30-60 or 90 days
* Finance is pre-arranged
* The problem of overpricing is dispensed with.
* It is a cash sale and the property is sold on an as is basis (NO CONDITIONS)
FIXED DATE SALE:
A buyer inquiry price range is established followed by an intense three or four week promotional campaign to ensure all buyers are reached. A closing date for offers is established to create a sense of urgency with buyers and to spur them into action.
During the marketing campaign the agent collects expressions of interest from buyers. Buyers can make a formal offer prior to the fixed date. A buyer may have only one opportunity to make their offer, so the theory is that everyone puts in their best offer first.
As the seller, you choose the most appealing offer at the end of the fixed date period, or open negotiations with the best offer, or re-list the property for another fixed period. (You can accept offers prior to the end of the fixed date)