Jo Kidder Real Estate has been established to serve the local area as well as the broader Mornington Peninsula and Frankston areas, offering honourable and ethical service. Jo and Peter have helped many very satisfied clients over the past three years to sell and buy properties.
Jo Kidder Real Estate hopes to make your selling experience a very positive one as we only know too well the emotions that are often behind such a necessity.
“At Jo Kidder Real Estate we go through a thorough process to understand your home, its intricacies and highlights, what it means to you and how we can best showcase it.”
Looking to buy a property but don’t know where to start, how to negotiate a purchase or you are just unfamiliar with the process?
Then Jo Kidder Real Estate is your first port of call.
Peter and Jo are here to assist you with all facets of purchasing a property, whether it be sourcing the property, negotiating a price on a property … or both. Buying property can be a very nerve wracking experience, especially if you feel you may be railroaded by a quick talking agent. So leave it to those who are emotionally unattached and understand the system. For a very small fee you could definitely save yourself thousands of dollars and a whole lot of stress.
The rental market has never been in more demand than right now. Not only are long term tenants waiting but many people have sold their homes and looking to make that sea change to Mt Eliza and the Mornington Peninsula but, as listings are light, they are forced to rent until an appropriate property comes on the market.If you would like a rental appraisal and to learn how Jo Kidder Real Estate will look after you and your property please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Residential property rental is governed by many regulations and legislations and it is paramount that you appoint an agency that is up to date with these. Jo Kidder Real Estate subscribes to the Consumer Affairs web site and actively undertakes personal professional development to keep abreast with changing laws and regulations.
Every property is unique so each marketing and selling campaign should be unique too - it isn't one-size fits all!
Jo and Peter listen to their vendors, why they are selling, timelines, their needs and, most importantly, what they have loved about their home. From this information a campaign is structured - photography, floorplan, internet listings, brochures, print media campaign to name just a selection. The vendor is a part of the team putting the campaign together, they are consulted every step of the way as it is their home being sold.
Selling is done in a number of ways and, again, is determined by the property and the vendors needs. Options include a negotiable over price, a price range, Expressions of Interest or even an absolute set price.