A: If you have an open listing agreement with the other agent, we can start acting on your behalf as soon as you've signed the paperwork to allow us to do so. It's that simple!
If your property is listed exclusively with the other agent we will not be able to market your property, however we will endeavour to work with that agent throughout the time they are the exclusive agent to help find a buyer.
By law an exclusive listing agreement can only last up to 60 days maximum with an agent. After this period, upon expiry you may sign up with us under an exclusive listing agreement, or choose to re-sign with your current sales agent.
A: After asking a potential buyer a number of carefully chosen questions, we will establish whether they are suited to your property and if they're in a position to act now or in the near future. Making sure a buyer is potentially right for your property is an important part of the process to ensure that we're not wasting anyone’s time.
A: An agent is required by the Residential Tenancies Act to provide a given notice period to the tenants to inform them of the agent's intention to enter the property. Given this required notice is provided to the tenant, they cannot refuse access to the agent and buyers.
A: Harcourts Solutions Inner City uses extensive advertising coverage across a number of mediums. Our aim is to attract suitable buyers as soon as possible and encourage offers of the highest possible price. Through our cost effective marketing strategies that can be tailored to suit all budgets, we will reach a wide range of buyers by utilising:
We expect our extensive marketing campaign for your property will result in multiple buyer inspections, which will help create urgency and competition amongst buyers.
We will communicate with you after each inspection to keep you informed of prospective buyers intentions, and to provide any feedback we receive that may be important in ensuring your property achieves a successful sale.
The Harcourts Solutions Inner City team co-operate fully. With our enthusiasm and commitment to succeeding on behalf of our clients, we work together to ensure all property marketing campaigns have a successful outcome.
A: After conducting numerous searches to compare similar properties in similar areas, with comparable features and that sold under current market conditions or that are currently on the market, we will provide you with a detailed report outlining showing you how we arrived at our appraised value of your home.
A: It is. A property management agreement does not grant that agent any rights over selling your property. Once you've appointed us as your selling agent, we will follow the correct procedure by contacting both the tenant and the managing agency to inform them in writing that the property has been listed for sale with us.
It's as simple as signing the listing authority, and we will take care of the rest.