Enzo Pagnozzi, Subiaco, 6008

Enzo Pagnozzi

Principal

Growth Realty, Subiaco, 6008

Growth Realty

292 Barker Road, Subiaco
Western Australia 6008
Agency overview

Since the early 90s, Enzo Pagnozzi and his wife Peta have devoted themselves to their loyal clients to sell and manage hundreds of properties in the area.

Enzo brings almost 35 years of experience to the table. He’s been around a while (not that you can tell of course!), and he knows the ins and outs of Perth’s western property market like no other. It’s not just him though – the whole team have exceptional insight and knowledge of Subiaco and the surrounding suburbs.
Imagine a big family dinner. People everywhere, food, chatter.

Things can get a little wacky at those dinners, but there’s something about them that just works.

Growth Realty truly is a family owned and operated business. When it comes to business, that wackiness becomes innovative, unique marketing that stands out. Combine that creativity with some family warmth and loyalty, and you’ve got happy clients with the best possible outcomes.

Curious about what your property could be worth? Get a taste of The Growth Realty experience with a free, no obligation appraisal.

Marketing Plan

We suggest you consider the following helpful hints whilst your home is on the market. Some of these points could assist you to achieve a quicker sale and, in some cases, help achieve a better price.
First Impressions

An inviting exterior ensures inspection of the interior. Keep lawns trimmed, flower beds cultivated and the yard free of rubbish.
Decorate for a quick sale

Faded walls and worn woodwork reduce desire. Show the prospective buyer how attractive the home is rather than highlight the work the new owner will need to put in as soon as they move in. Have the home cool in summer and warm in winter. Place fresh flowers in rooms and clear away evidence of day to day living.
A sparkling home attracts buyers

Give it a thorough cleaning and you’ll greatly enhance its appeal to buyers. Clean appliances, windows, carpets, curtains, sinks etc.
Fix those taps

Dripping water discolours sinks and baths and calls attention to faulty plumbing.
Aromas

Cigarette smoke, animal and food smells and other unpleasant odour will remain in the buyer’s memory well after the inspection. A wide range of air fresheners and deodorisers are available to freshen up your interior. If unsure please ask for our assistance.
Storage

Clean out garages and sheds of excess furniture and old treasures. Perhaps you might consider a garage sale before you sell. Buyers wish to see space, not clutter.
Repairs can make a big difference

Loose knobs, sticking doors and windows, and warped cabinet drawers may be minor, but they detract from the value. Have them fixed. Ensure all electrical appliances and gas appliances are in good working order. Have air conditioning and pool equipment serviced.
From top to bottom

Display the full value of your rooms by removing unnecessary articles and organising those items you want to retain there.
Safety first

Keep stairways and walkways clear. Avoid a cluttered appearance.
Make cupboards look bigger

Neat, well organised cupboards show that the space is ample.
Check and re-check your bathroom

Bright and clean bathrooms enhance the saleability of many homes. Have healthy plants on show, clean mirrors, co-ordinate towels and mats.
Three’s a crowd

It is preferable for the owners to be away from the property during inspections as potential buyers may feel like an intruder and will hurry through the house. Go for a nice little drive or walk around the block.

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