Peter Nicolls, Wantirna South, 3152

Peter Nicolls

Principal

K R Peters, Wantirna South, 3152

K R Peters

1298 High Street Road, Wantirna South
Victoria 3152
Agency overview

Dedication, Passion and real results
KR Peters Pty. Ltd. Is a family owned and run business, established by its founder Peter Nicolls in 1982.
With Peter’s vast experience and knowledge, KR Peters Pty. Ltd. has become a leader in marketing new residential housing estates Melbourne wide.
For four decades KR Peters has thrived on quality service, continuous improvement and keeping ahead of the latest trends in technology and legislation.
KR Peters has a strong vision to deliver exceptional sales results and to create clients for life. The core values are knowledge, dedication, integrity, teamwork, community and opportunity.
Due to our long established, large and growing network we have strong relationships with major development companies, government authorities, land surveyors, engineers, town planners and architects to provide our clients with the best advice.

Marketing Plan

The preparation you put into getting your property ready for sale can be the difference between getting a standard price and a great price. The best part is, it’s not hard, time consuming or expensive. Whatever your motive for selling, the process can either be stress free or tense and disappointing. The good news is that you have the ability to choose. There are four factors that will influence the outcome of any sale.
Timing
Buyers for a property can be found all year round however it’s not often that a purchaser for your home is out there, just waiting for you to put your home on the market. Timing, presentation and advertising are all required to bring buyers and sellers together for the best result. Spring is often considered to be the best time to sell. It’s a time of optimism and with the weather clearing, more potential buyers will be out and about. It is also a time when more sellers will put their homes on the market so there will be more competition. Winter usually presents fewer buyers, but the buyers are usually more focussed on purchasing and traditionally there will be fewer homes on the market to choose from. Prior to placing your home on the market, allow an additional two weeks to prepare both the property and the marketing material.
Presentation
A tidy home says “Welcome”. Your home should be kept neat and tidy during the period of inspections. It should not necessarily be a “show place” but appear a comfortable home in which to live. Fresh flowers or indoor plants always brighten up a home. While you’re cleaning, think about each room and what furniture really needs to be in it. Rooms look smaller when they are crowded. Clear out anything that’s not needed to create a feeling of spaciousness. Make sure that all minor repairs are completed. Sticking doors and windows, loose door knobs, faulty plumbing, or peeling paint may affect your sale. Let plenty of light into your home. Nothing improves atmosphere more than brightness. And on a dull day switch on some lights prior to arrival of prospective purchasers. A warm comfortable heated home on cold days adds a feeling of cosiness; on a hot day don’t forget to turn on any air conditioning or fans (or simply let the breeze flow through).
Method of Sale
If you submit your property for Auction this means that prospective purchasers will bid against one another at a date and time suitable to you. You can set a reserve price, which is the minimum you will accept, and once bidding has passed that level you know you have a sale, as it will be unconditional and a predetermined deposit must be paid on the day. Sale by Private Treaty means that you set a price at which your property is to be marketed to the public through the marketing plan agreed to by you and the agent.

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