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Dj Ella asked on Jan 11, 2017
Thank you for your enquiry. We encourage all of our clients to engage with a conveyancer , solicitor or settlement agent to perform all duties around the legals and paperwork for your sale.If in NSW you will need to sort the contract before advertising. You are correct listing is very easy.
Let me run through the process for you.
Signup for your free account at the link below or go to the second page to login if you’ve already done so.
Once in your account you can create a new listing, this is a quick and easy 7 step process involving inputting your property information i.e. price, features, description, inspection times and images.
In regards to photos there isn’t many requirements other than the images needing to be under 5mb each. We recommend quality, high resolution images – professional is always better.
If you are interested in professional photography this is a service we can arrange for you! If you have your own even better. If not, don’t worry – smart phone have brilliant quality and work fine.
The next step involves uploading a rates notice and driver’s license (this is for proof of ownership) – if you’re selling or leasing for someone else that’s not a problem, let us know in the comments for when we check your documents.
Lastly simply select any extras you would like (completely optional) and your for-sale sign information, your sign and postage is included in our core cost for all sales.
You’re all done! You’ll see a preview of your listing and be able to continue to the payment step ($694 for a residential sale, $175 for a lease, $770 for commercial sale or $295 for commercial lease).
Once paid we will receive your new listing order and complete the admin – we can have you live within a few hours 7 days a week, provided you’ve completed in business hours.
When you are online, held an open house and you've lets say found the potential buyer who has offered you your desired price, you would be strait on the phone to your conveyancer, solicitor or settlement agent to get the contract moving, they then correspond with the buyers conveyancer, solicitor or settlement agent to finalise paperwork.
We also have a book that we wrote that has bunches of information and tips that I would love to send on to you. If you would me to send this one through to you please pop us an email to sales@propertyNow.com.au and I will organise this for you :)
Have a wonderful day and we look forward to hearing from you.
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Kazza asked on Oct 30, 2016
Yes without question Karen. You see you get the added benefit of having a repository of the deposit monies and the in some ways may be as important to you as the actual conveyancing which is also crucial to get right. Think of it in terms of relaxing your eventual buyer Karen, who would be nervous about you holding the money. Let us know if you would like a phone call Karen and as you can see we operate Sundays as well (7 Days) - Andrew - Licensee.
Ruby asked on Oct 10, 2016
Hi Ruby, it's completely normal to feel nervous- especially when you have agents insisting that only they are able to negotiate on a price for your property. However the sad fact is that most agents do not have the same interest in getting the best result for your property as you do and are mainly interested in selling at all costs and they'll employ some pretty dirty tactics to that end. So what can you do to brush up on your skills and confidence? Well first of all I'd suggest reading through some of our reviews here and on other sites from our previous sellers- a common thread among them is that they weren't sure they could do it in the beginning and then they are astounded at how easy and smoothly it all went in the end!
Secondly I'd suggest having a look through our video tutorials, we have several on negotiating: https://www.propertynow.com.au/resources/how-to-videos/blog
You can also email us at email@example.com with any specific questions and I can also send you a copy of Andrew's best-selling book on private-selling and a report on your property including a valuation of your house and also those that have sold in your suburb so you would have all the information at your disposal that an agent would.
And finally- just remember you would still have to decide on whether or not to accept an offer or negotiate even if you were with a traditional agent.
Please let me know if there's anything further I can help with, or if you'd like more information just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Craig - PropertyNow Support