Laurell Veivers, Beenleigh, 4207

Laurell Veivers


Real Property Vibe - Beenleigh, Beenleigh, 4207

Real Property Vibe - Beenleigh

1/13 Cameron Street, Beenleigh
Queensland 4207
Agency overview

Real Property Vibe is a boutique office that truly believes in giving Real Service. But what is “Service” when everyone claims to provide it? To really provide that makes a difference requires a mind set where others come first.

Any real estate agent, in fact anyone in business, can claim they provide “service”, words come easily and cheaply. But the real meaning of service is more than the use of a simple word. It is a life long dedication and commitment to helping others to a better life, to higher standards. To provide “Real Service” demands the giver has the benefit of others as their priority. Our clients love the superb results Real Property Vibe achieves for them time after time. It’s all about professional expertise, experience and the dynamic energy to win the very best result for you.

Yes, Real Property Vibe are top performing agents but after just a little while you will come to think of them as your trusted friends in real estate, giving you “Real Service” at all times. The kind of person you will confidently recommend to your own family, friends and neighbors with absolute trust.

The best way to see what we mean is to... see what we mean! Please visit the testimonials page on our website and read what real people say about the real service, real performance and real dedication to their best interests that Real Property Vibe has given them at all times.

Marketing Plan

At Real Property Vibe, we use two methods of sale: private treaty and auction. The correct choice depends on your property and the current market.

Private Treaty:
Selling with a Price
Private treaty has the most market acceptance. Every buyer likes to know the asking price and have the opportunity to negotiate, while you have the ability to bargain which can allow you to get a little more than expected.

I will do a comparative market analysis of properties that are similar to yours, in close vicinity of your property that have sold during the last 6 months to allow me to determine what price you are likely to expect for your property. I will give you a realistic figure rather than “ a pie in the sky” or overquoted figure.

The market will soon tell you if the price is right. If the pricing is correct, buyers will want to put an offer on the property. Private treaty sales tend to relatively simple as genuine buyers readily identify with the property as being suitable.

If the asking price is not set correctly and it is too high you will find you won’t have any buyers or offers. You will not attract the right buyers and it could also lead to you helping your competition to sell as buyers see these homes as better value for money. Buyers are usually will informed and are able to do research quickly using the internet. They can also buy information easily and most are very savvy and aware of what property is on the market so will not to purchase or inspect your property if they think the price is too high.

If you list your property with an unrealistic price it can be detrimental to your property. The longer your property is on the market the more it will give the impression to buyers that something is “wrong” with the property. Most buyers when they inspect your property will ask “How long has it been on the market?” & “What Price are They Looking For?”

If there is no genuine interest you need to look at the three factors that influence a sale – called the 3 P’s – Presentation, Promotion & Price. Is the property presented properly? Have we done enough marketing? Is the price right?

Selling without a Price
Auctions are very successful when a property is in a highly sought-after location or has the physical attributes that many people are wanting. The obvious benefit of an auction comes in a competitive bidding situation when a combination of buyer emotion and testosterone can drive the price up far beyond expectations.

Properties are marketed without a price and run in conjunction with a strong marketing/advertising campaign. The property usually is advertised for 3 weeks and the auction takes place at a pre-set time on an allocated day in the 4th week. The auction can be either on-site or in-rooms.

One of the main advantages of selling at auction is when your property is sold under the hammer there is no “cooling off” period, no building & pest or finance conditions. The property has been SOLD!

The process of Auction is also transparent as all the bidding is done in view of everyone at the auction. The Office of Fair Trading also has strict guidelines regarding bidding and now require that all buyers are registered and given a number before they are able to bid at the auction to improve transparency and eliminate “dummy bidding”.

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