Burton & Ryan Property Agents specialise in Brisbane’s inner north property market. Our highly experienced agents are skilled in marketing strategy and negotiation and boast an impressive rental track record.
But it’s the way we work with our clients that really sets us apart.To us, renting a home is much more than just a transaction. It’s about understanding your unique circumstances so we can build an ongoing relationship with you. It’s about striving for the best result, partnering with you through the process and delivering what we promise – every time)
The housing market is a challenging and changeable environment. We see daily fluctuations in sentiment, currency, interest rates, stock levels and clearance rates. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution to selling a property.
Burton & Ryan designs every campaign from the ground up and we begin by listening to you.
We tailor a strategic marketing approach that suits you, your property and the current market variables. We use effective strategy to connect the right buyers with the right properties
We respond to each property challenge with intelligent and effective solutions, and remain connected, responsive and dedicated throughout the entire process.
Selling a property by Private Treaty gives buyers an immediate certainty about the price needed to secure it.
The asking price usually forms part of the marketing strategy and is highlighted in any advertising.
Our agents engage in thorough and comprehensive research of comparable sales.
This knowledge ensures the asking price we propose will achieve the desired outcome, but also meet the market’s assessment of the property’s value.
Selling by Private Treaty can be a convenient and less intrusive option for vendors.
Auctions are becoming increasingly popular in the Brisbane real estate market. They create competition, a bit of theatre and they can elevate prices.
The Auction process brings a sense of urgency to a campaign as they run for only three or four weeks before potential buyers must reach a decision.
Vendors selling by Auction need to be prepared for their property to be widely advertised and accessible for viewings and inspections throughout the whole campaign. Vendors have the right to sell prior to the Auction date if an attractive offer is received. At the Auction, the property is sold to the highest bidder once the vendor’s reserve price has been reached.
If the property fails to sell at Auction, it’s generally placed up for Private Treaty. In most instances, properties then sell privately within two weeks.)
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